District Director Elections: Nominating Petitions

Qualifying to be on the ballot: The Virginia Department of Elections is the official source of the forms that must be completed by individuals that wish to qualify to have their name appear on the ballot as a candidate for the office of District director. The requisite forms are available on their website at http://elections.virginia.gov and at your local general registrar office. A Candidate Bulletin for Local and Constitutional Offices outlining candidacy requirements is also available on the Department of Elections website.

Prospective candidate for the office of District director. The requisite forms are available on their website at http://elections.virginia.gov and at your local general registrar office. A Candidate Bulletin for Local and Constitutional Offices outlining candidacy requirements is also available on the Department of Elections website. Prospective candidates must complete the required forms and file them with their local general registrar (within the county or city where the candidate resides) by 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday in June (in 2019, this will be June 11). If the individual satisfies all filing requirements, their name will appear on the ballot for the November 5, 2019 general election.

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  1. Hello,

    I’d like to construct a pond on my property in Franklin County for fishing. I’d like to use surface water runoff as the water source. I know that will likely not be enough, but I also believe there is a spring located in the area where the pond would be located to help.

    The Department of Game and Inland Fisheries website stated to contact the Soil and Water Conservation Office for information on this. I’m looking for any information you can share on the process, legal or otherwise, that I need to know.

    Thank You,

    Francis Scarpinato
    315-708-6098

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