Lake Ridge Voter's Guide 2011
Your guide to state and local elections.
Elections for state and local officials are Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Here’s your complete guide to who’s running to represent the Lake Ridge - Occoquan area. For all of our election stories from this year, go to lakeridge.patch.com/elections-2.
Due to statewide redistricting, some voters may be going to a different polling location than in past years, even if the voter has not moved. Find out where to vote here.
Complete information on absentee voting is available on the Prince William County government website.
WHO’S ON THE BALLOT
Lake Ridge residents will be selecting a state senator, house delegates, county school and government officials.
Frederick, Puller: State Senate – District 36
Republican Jeff Frederick is challenging Democratic incumbent Toddy Puller in this southeastern Fairfax and Price William counties district. Puller (website, Facebook, Twitter) was a Virginia delegate from 1992 – 2000, when she was elected to the state senate. Frederick (website, Facebook, Twitter) served three terms in the Virginia House of Delegates.
Baker, Barker: State Senate – District 39
Republican Miller Baker is challenging incumbent Democrat George Barker. Barker (website, Facebook) has been a senator since 2008. Baker (website, Facebook) is an appellate lawyer specializing in Constitutional issues.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES
Anderson: House of Delegates – District 51
Republican incumbent Rich Anderson (website, Facebook, Twitter) is running unopposed.
Anderson, Torian: House of Delegates – District 52
Democrat incumbent Luke Torian (website, Facebook) is facing a challenge from Republican Cleveland Anderson (website, Facebook, Twitter). Anderson is a small business owner. Torian has served since 2010.
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Incumbent Republican Corey Stewart (website, Facebook, Twitter) is facing challenges from Democrat Babur Lateef (website, Facebook, Twitter) and Independent John Gray (website, Facebook, Twitter).
Republican incumbent Michael May (website, Facebook) is running unopposed.
Prince William County Sheriff
Republican incumbent Glendell (“Glen”) Hill (website) is facing a challenge from Michael Messier (Facebook), an independent.
Paul Ebert (website), a Democrat, is running unopposed for Commonwealth’s attorney.
Soil and Water Directors
Four people are running for three Soil and Water directors positions:
Incumbents Steven Danziger and Austin Haynes, Jr., and Pablo Elliott and John Pickeral, Jr.
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Incumbent Milton Johns (website) is facing a challenge from Myra Sawyers (website, Twitter) for chairman of the Prince William County School Board.
Grant Lattin (website, Facebook), the incumbent, is running unopposed.