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LIVE BLOG: Quackenbush Martin wins; local races close

Tracy Quackenbush Martin wins Halifax County Commonwealth’s Attorney race.

9 P.M. UPDATE: With absentee votes in, Fay Satterfield and Rita Best are tied for school board in ED-6. Provisional ballots still need to be counted.

8 P.M. UPDATE: Margaret Coleman elected to South Boston Town Council.

Not counting absentee ballots, Earl Womack leads by 10 votes for ED-3 board of supervisors.

With absentee ballots still not counted, Fay Satterfield leads Rita Best by two votes for ED-6 school board. 

7:47 P.M.: WIth all precincts reporting, Tracy Quackenbush Martin wins Halifax County Commonwealth’s Attorney race.

Karen Hopkins re-elected to school board in ED-2.

Not coating absentee ballots, Earl Womack leads by 10 votes for ED-3 board of supervisors. With absentee ballots still not counted, Fay Satterfield leads Rita Best by two votes for ED-6 school board 

The polls have just closed and now Halifax County — and Virginia — await the results of many highly controversial races. In the most heated Halifax County race, current Halifax County Commonwealth’s Attorney, Republican Michael Freshour, faces a challenge from Independent candidate Tracy Quackenbush Martin.

 

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