This will be a busy year for local elections in Gloucester and Mathews counties, with all the Constitutional officers on the Nov. 3 ballot, as well as county supervisors and school board members.
In addition to sheriff, treasurer, Commissioner of the Revenue and Commonwealth’s Attorney, this year will also include races for the Clerk of Court in both Gloucester and Mathews. The clerk’s position is up for election every eight years. Mathews clerk Angie Ingram was elected in 2013; however, that was to fill the unexpired term of Eugene Callis, who retired that year.
In Gloucester, the board of supervisor seats currently held by Ashley Chriscoe (at large), Robert “JJ” Orth (Abingdon), Chris Hutson (Gloucester Point) and Andy James (Ware) will be up for election, as well as the school board seats held by Kevin Smith (at large), Randy Burak (Abingdon), Troy Andersen (Gloucester Point) and Kim Hensley (Ware).
In Mathews, seats currently held by at-large supervisors ...
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