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Jacqueline C. Smith won Tuesday’s special election and will go on to become Prince William County’s next Clerk of the Court.
Delegate Jackson Miller believes he is the better choice for Clerk of Court because of his ample leadership experience.
At Saturday’s Prince William County Republican annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner, Chairman Dottie Miller announced that Del. Jackson Miller is the Republican nominee for the April 18 Special Election for Clerk of Court of Prince William County and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park.
Friday afternoon, Jacqueline Smith officially became the Democratic nominee for the Clerk of the Circuit Court special election scheduled for April 18 in Prince William County, the City of Manassas and the City of Manassas Park.
Following a long campaign, Jeanine Lawson and her supporters celebrated a clear victory in her bid for the Brentsville District Supervisor seat Tuesday night.
Following Jeanne Lawson’s victory in the Special Election to decide the new Brentsville District Supervisor, Independent candidate Scott Jacobs, who earned 15 percent of the vote, released a statement Tuesday night.
Residents who are 17-years-old and will be 18 on the day of or before the next general election are legally allowed to vote in the special election to choose the next Brentsville District Supervisor; however, poll workers had been turning these young voters away Tuesday.
Eric Young, Democratic Candidate for Brentsville District Supervisor, shares his vision for growing commerce and diversifying the tax base in Brentsville.
Bill Card, Chairman of the Prince William Republican Committee responded to criticism of his committee’s process to elect their candidate as contained within Scott Jacob’s announcement of his run as an Independent candidate.
Jeanine Lawson has been officially named the sole Republican candidate for Brentsville District Supervisor after the Prince William Republican Committee disqualified Republican primary candidate Scott Jacobs.