Washington, Wood Debut on Dumfries Council
DUMFRIES, Va. – The Dumfries Town Council swore in incumbent Gwen Washington and new councilman Derrick Wood on Tuesday, Nov. 13. Washington was the only candidate on the ballot during the Nov. 6 General Election.
Washington is a life-long resident of Dumfries and a staff member at Dumfries Elementary School. An incumbent, she was appointed to the town council to serve following the death of Mayor Fred Yohey to fill a seat vacated by Nancy West, who no longer serves on the council.
Wood won election as a write-in candidate on the ballot. A Dumfries businessman and personal barbecue chef, Wood told voters prior to the election it was shameful Prince William County officials changed the Dumfries Magisterial District to the Potomac Magisterial District, and more should be done to improve the image of Virginia’s oldest town.
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