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Letter: Do your homework

Voters in Gloucester and Mathews sure have their work cut out for them in the next couple of months.

This year’s local ballot is filled with contested races. In Mathews, six people are running for three at-large seats on the school board, while nine people are vying for the three open seats on the board of supervisors.

The race for those two boards in Gloucester isn’t quite as wide open. Of the four openings on that county’s board of supervisors, there is only one contested race (in the Abingdon district, where incumbent Robert “JJ” Orth is opposed by John C. Meyer). However, all four school board seats in Gloucester are contested, including a three-way race in the Ware District. With the resignation last week of a fifth member, a special election will also be on the ballot.

All but one of Gloucester’s Constitutional officers are running unopposed, with the Commonwealth’s Attorney, Sheriff, Treasurer and Clerk of Court incumbents facing no opposition. In the only contested ra...

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