Duncan, Hardi, Tarter Elected to Council; Castillo, Gill, Reitinger to School Board

Candidates and other officials outside the Community Center on Election Day. (News-Press photo)
Candidates and other officials outside the Community Center on Election Day. (News-Press photo)

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. today for elections throughout Virginia, including for three City Council and three School Board seats in the City of Falls Church. The City has three polling places, the Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, the Community Center and the Oakwood Apartments.

At stake are three of the seven seats on both the City Council and School Board. For the City Council, incumbents Mayor David Tarter and Phil Duncan are seeking elections to second four-year terms, and for the open seat, the three challengers are Johannah Barry and Sam Mabry, both who’ve served on the Council in the past, and Letty Hardi, seeking office for the first time.

In the School Board race, incumbents Chair Justin Castillo and long-time member Kieran Sharpe are seeking re-election, and challengers for their and the third seat include five candidates, Erin Gill, Phil Reitinger, Alison Kutchma, Becky Smerdon and Jacob Radcliff.

Follow along with the News-Press as results from today’s election will be reported LIVE after polls close at 7 p.m. tonight. We’ll be updating continuously, so keep refreshing the page to get the latest ballot results.


Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Polls Open: 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Polling Locations
Ward 1:

Thomas Jefferson School

601 South Oak Street

Parking available on Oak St., Fellows Ct., Parker Ave., Timber Ln.

Ward 2:

Oakwood Apartments

501 Roosevelt Boulevard

Parking available in back lot (entrance next to Convenience Store)

Ward 3:

Falls Church Community Center

223 Little Falls Street

Parking available in Community Center lot, Little Falls St.