There are three magisterial districts up for election in Greene County, with one of the Supervisor races with no candidates. The U.S. Census counted 20,552 people on April 1, 2020 and the Weldon Cooper Center projects that climbing to 27,315 by 2050.
In the Ruckersville District, Davis Lamb is running unopposed in his re-election. He has filed no reports with the Virginia Department of Elections, which means he’s not raised or spent any money.
Cherish Alberts is the lone candidate on the ballot for the School Board race. Incumbent Sharon Mack is not on the ballot. Alberts has raised $100 and spent $8, according to VPAP.
There’s no candidate on the ballot for the Monroe District. Steve Bowman opted to not seek another term and no one qualified by June 20. The Greene Journal reports that Corey Jacober and Tim Goolsby are write-in candidates.
This week, Jacober reported on his Facebook page that he has Bowman’s endorsement.
Neither candidate has filed a campaign finance report though VPAP shows that Jacober has registered.
There’s an open seat for the at-large representative. Francis McGuigan and Todd Sansom are on the ballot. Sansom is currently chair of the Greene School Board.
Sansom has raised $6,825 and has loaned himself $5,250 through October 26. His contributions include $5,000 from Virginia Realtors and $1,000 from the Blue Ridge Homebuilders Association. He’s spent $4,647.
McGuigan has raised $5,211 and spent $4,328 as of October 26.
The At-Large School Board seat is also up for election to succeed Jason Tooley. The candidates are Buddy J. Barre and Kelly B. Greer. Greer has raised $1,195 and Barre has raised $280, according to the Virginia Public Access Project.
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