The GOP Canvass, AKA election, starts this morning at 6 a.m. at normal polling places around Floyd County and ends at 1 p.m. Interest appears...
In early voting last Saturday and this past Thursday, those who normally support Republican candidates for Floyd County offices along with other registered voters...
Two of the three candidates running for the GOP nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney in the Blue Ridge Mountain Community of Floyd, Virginia, answer more questions from a candidate's forum on May 7. The GOP Canvass that will decide the nominee and almost certain winner in the general election in November is scheduled for May 16th from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the county's normal polling places.
Answers to questions in a recent candidates' forum at the Jesse Peterman Library in Floyd for sheriff's Republican candidates Brian Craig and Doug Weddle.
Two of the three candidates for the Republican nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney in Floyd County discuss issues and answer questions posed by the audience at a forum sponsored by the Tea Party at Jesse Peterman library recently.
Main issues as seen and discussed by Floyd County Republican Sheriff's candidates Brian Craig and Doug Weddle at a candidate's forum on May 7 sponsored by the Tea Party at the Jesse Peterman Library in Floyd.
Republican Floyd County Sheriff's candidate Brian Craig took time from a busy day of campaigning last Friday to sit down among the hustle and bustle of The Floyd Country Store to talk about his background and why he wants to replace the retiring Shannon Zeman in the job.
Two of the three candidates for the Republican spot on the ballot for Floyd County Commonwealth's Attorney in their opening statements at the candidates forum sponsored by the Tea Party.
The two Republican candidates for Sheriff of Floyd County, Virginia, faced a candidate's forum produced by the local Tea Party. Their opening statements are presented here.