Election Day is Tomorrow, November 8th. While many thought that this campaign would never end, the end is indeed near.
On the Democratic side, State Senator Donald McEachin was in Emporia on Saturday to greet phone bank volunteers while other volunteers were out canvassing.
In Greensville County voters will be choosing the President of the United States and a Member of the United States House of Representatives. In addition, there are two Proposed Constitutional Amendments for the Commonwealth.
The first ballot question involves Virginia's Right to Work Laws, while the second is about a Tex Exemption for survivors of First Responders.
The City of Emporia will also be choosing the President, Member of the House and voting on the Proposed Constitutional Amendments. In addition there are races for Mayor and three City Council Seats.
Incumbent Mayor Mary Person is facing challenge from Marva Dunn. Two Members of City Council-Carol Mercer and James Saunders are running unopposed in the Second and Third Districts while incumbent Dale Temple is facing off against Marvin "Cow" Harvell.
Below is a list of all races in both the City of Emporia and Greensville County. (While this list shows all races, the ballots for City Council races will only be available to voters in the 2nd, 3rd and 6th Districts, voters in all other districts will only have a City Ballot for the office of Mayor.)