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Town Council races to be decided tomorrow / May 18, 2020
Polls will be open Tuesday, from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. for citizens in the towns of South Boston and Scottsburg to vote for mayor and town council.

The local races feature competition in both towns for council openings. For South Boston Town Council, six candidates are vying for three seats: incumbents Tina Wyatt-Younger, Bob Hughes and Michael Byrd, and challengers Harriett Jennings Claiborne, Tommy Elliott and Joe Chandler.

In Scottsburg, six candidates are running for five council seats: Joe Allred III, Russell Puckett Jr., James Stoner, Connie Glass, Robert Elliott, and Ronnie Myers Jr.

In both towns, the mayoral candidates — Ed Owens in South Boston and James Gordon in Scottsburg — are running unopposed.

Along with in-person voting at local precincts, voters can cast their ballots at the Voter Registrar’s Office in Halifax through Tuesday night at 7 p.m. As a service to citizens, the Voter Registrar’s Office will curbside voting outside at the Mary Bethune Complex in Halifax. Upon arriving, call the office at 434-476-3322 and let the staff know to bring out the necessary forms for you to cast your vote.

Absentee ballots can be turned into the Voter Registrar through Tuesday at 7 p.m.

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