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Voter Registration Deadline is Monday, October 17, 2011

Voter Registration Deadline is Monday, October 17, 2011

 

The deadline to register to vote in the November 8, 2011, General Election is 5:00 p.m., Monday, October 17, 2011.

Any Loudoun County resident who needs to register to vote or change an address and/or name on their registration can do so by filling out an application at the Loudoun County Voter Registration Office, 750 Miller Drive, Suite C, in Leesburg.  If delivered in person, either by the voter or a third party, the application must be received by the October 17 deadline. An application can also be mailed as long as it is postmarked no later than October 17, 2011.

More information about voting in Loudoun County and links to downloadable Virginia Voter Registration Application forms are available atwww.loudoun.gov/vote. Questions may also be directed to the Voter Registration Office at 703-777-0380.

Senator Mark Herring Visits Ashby Ponds Retirement Community

Senator Mark Herring Visits Ashby Ponds Retirement Community

State Senator Mark Herring, running for re-election on November 8, visited with residents at Ashby Ponds retirement community on Tuesday, September 27.  Senator Herring spoke about some of the issues he's worked on in Virginia since taking office including issues related to higher education in the state of Virginia and transportation in and around Loudoun County.  Residents asked the Senator to assist with their efforts in improving road and traffic issues near the community, including the installation of a traffic light and improvements to Loudoun County Parkway.

The visit by Senator Herring was sponsored by the Ashby Ponds Community Interest Committee.

Patricia Phillips, Virginia State Senate Candidate, Spoke with Ashby Ponds Residents on September 9

Patricia Phillips, Virginia State Senate Candidate, Spoke with Ashby Ponds Residents on September 9

Patricia Phillips, who is seeking a State Senate seat for Virginia's 33rd district, spoke with residents of Ashby Ponds retirement community on Friday, September 9.  Phillips shared her views on Virginia politics and answered questions from residents regarding issues related to transportation, jobs, and education.

Cliff Keirce, Candidate for Broad Run Supervisor, Visited Ashby Ponds on August 30

Cliff Keirce, Candidate for Broad Run Supervisor, Visited Ashby Ponds on August 30

On Tuesday, August 30, Cliff Keirce, Independent candidate for Broad Run Supervisor in Loudoun County, visited with residents at Ashby Ponds retirement community to discuss his campaign platform as well as to take and answer questions.

Loudoun County Deputy Circuit Court Clerk Recognized for Public Service

Loudoun County Deputy Circuit Court Clerk Recognized for Public Service

William Loy, a senior deputy clerk with the Loudoun County Clerk of the Circuit Court, was recently honored with a distinguished service award from the Supreme Court of Virginia.   In a ceremony  on August 11, Loy was presented with the award by Gary M. Clemens, clerk of the circuit court and Judge Thomas D. Horne.    Joining Clemens and Judge Horne in the presentation were former clerk of circuit court Richard Kirk, Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet, Chief Deputy Clerk Brenda Butler, and Michele Timmons and Lorrie Gordon from the probate office.

Loudoun BOS Chairman York, Supervisor Waters visit Ashby Ponds to support candidate Shawn Williams

Loudoun BOS Chairman York, Supervisor Waters visit Ashby Ponds to support candidate Shawn Williams

On Wednesday, August 23, Shawn Williams, Republican candidate for Broad Run Supervisor in Loudoun County, visited with residents at Ashby Ponds retirement community to discuss his campaign platform as well as to take and answer questions.

Loudoun County Board of Supervisors chairman Scott York and current Supervisor Lori Waters also visited the community to show support for candidate Williams.  The district that Supervisor Waters represents was broken up into three different districts due to redistricting; one of those districts is Broad Run.  Waters is not running for re-election in November.

Chairman York and Williams took questions from the residents which included concerns ranging from the management of the School Board budget to transportation concerns in the area surrounding Ashby Ponds.

 

Virginia State Board of Elections Results

Yesterday the Primary Elections in two of the City's State Senate Districts were held. The August 2011 unofficial primary election results have been posted. 

 

The next General Election will be on Tuesday, November 8, 2011. On that date all of the representatives to the Virginia General Assembly (the Virginia State Senate and the House of Delegates) will be elected, as well as the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Absentee voting for these elections begins Friday, September 23.