Incumbent Sheriff Donald Lowe handily defeated challenger Tim Sansone at Monday’s mass meeting in a decision made by Bill Billingsley, Louisa County Republican Committee (LCRC) temporary chair for the mass meeting.
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Del. John McGuire of Goochland County proceeds as the Republican nominee for Virginia’s 10th Senate District, following Saturday’s GOP convention held at Buckingham County High School on May 6. Read moreMcGuire wins Republican nominee for 10th District Virginia Senate seat
A May 8 mass meeting directed by the Louisa County Republican Committee will decide the Republican nominee for Louisa County Sheriff. The meeting will be held on May 8 at the Betty Queen Center in the Town of Louisa. Registration will begin at 6 p.m. and the meeting will commence at 7 p.m. Read moreSansone challenges Lowe for L.C. Sheriff; Mass meeting will decide Rep. candidate
A May 8 mass meeting conducted by the Louisa County Republican Committee (LCRC) will decide the Republican nominee for both the Louisa County Sheriff and the Louisa District Supervisor. Read moreMay 8 meeting identifies Republican candidates
Louisa District Supervisor Eric Purcell announced on Monday that he will not be seeking re-election. His term will end on December 31, 2023. Read moreSupervisor Purcell won’t seek re-election
The 2023 General Election may seem like a distant future for many, but for those interested in becoming a candidate, time is of the essence. Read moreElection 2023 season kicks off with Candidate’s Info Forum
Capping a marathon session lasting nearly four hours, the Louisa County Board of Supervisors voted six to one, with only Supervisor Willie Gentry voting against, to approve zoning changes for construction of the Lake Anna Resort with an eighty-foot-high condominium building, a 130-room “cond… Read moreLake Anna Resort approved: Rezoning endorsed 6-1 over public opposition
County of Louisa Board Recap - January 3, 2023 Read moreLouisa County Board of Supervisors: Jan. 3, 2023
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The Mineral Town Council met October 24th in continuation of five agenda items from the September and October regular council meetings. In attendance was the council, three members of the Planning Commission, Town Attorney Andrea Erad by phone, and Allyson Finchum as zoning consultant. Read moreMineral council meets to consider multifamily dwellings
The Nov. 8 election, including overviews of the 5th Congressional District, the Town of Louisa, the Town of Mineral, and the Mineral School Board seat. Read moreElection 2022 Overview
Development resurrected by Luck Field to be discussed Oct. 24 Read moreMineral Town Council calls special meeting
Louisa County Candidate Forum, held at Roma’s and online from 6 to 7:30 pm. Candiate-organized opportunity for local voters to ask questions of those running for Town of Louisa, Town of Mineral, and Mineral School Board seats. Read moreCandidate forum Oct. 13
A majority of the U.S. House of Representatives today voted on July 20 to pass Spanberger-cosponsored legislation to codify into federal law the right for Americans to access contraception. Read moreU.S. House passes Spanberger’s Right to Contraception Act
The Town of Mineral will be electing an entirely new town council this fall. Five candidates filed to run for town council by the June 21 deadline, none of them incumbents. Read moreMayor’s race on tap in Mineral; Several new faces on ballot in both towns
As the deadline to file for both Mineral and Louisa town elections approaches, there are still numerous openings on the ballot in all races. Read moreAnyone want to run for town office?
The Mineral Town Council is looking for someone to fill the seat left open by Doswell “Tex” Pierce, who resigned on Oct. 5. Read moreTown council seat open
Doswell “Tex” Pierce resigned from the Mineral Town Council Monday night, prior to a meeting to discuss how to improve the town’s water system. Read moreCouncilor resigns during water debate
A constitutional amendment on the ballot for Virginia voters aims to change not only how political district lines are drawn, but who draws them to address the concern of gerrymandering. Read moreBallot question tackles issue of redistricting
Residents of the town of Louisa will vote to fill three seats on the town council on May 19. Read moreMeet the town council candidates
With Jessie Shupe out of contention, the race for the Louisa district seat on the board of supervisors is open again with a new filing deadline of Sept. 6. Read moreLouisa supervisor candidate withdraws
There will be a few local political races to watch this year in Louisa County. Read moreList of candidates set for Louisa's fall election
The race to determine who will serve most of Louisa County in the state Senate for the next four years narrowed on Tuesday to two candidates: Amy Laufer and Bryce Reeves. Read moreLaufer, Reeves move on to fall Senate race
Voters will have a chance on June 11 to choose candidates from both major political parties in Virginia’s 17th Senate district race. Read moreVoters of the 17th district to cast ballots in Tuesday's primary
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