Updated March 31, 2014

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. – Election season is heating up for the four towns in Prince William County.

The towns of Dumfries, Haymarket, Occoquan, and Quantico will all vote for mayors and Town Council members. Votes in Occoquan will select a new mayor after current Mayor Earnie Porta announced his will not seek a new term.

Here is the list of candidates who will have their names on the ballot come Election Day May 5.

Names appearing on ballots in each of the Prince William County Towns’ Elections as of March, 31, 2014:

Dumfries Haymarket  Occoquan Quantico
       
MAYOR MAYOR  MAYOR MAYOR
       
Gerald M. Foreman II (Incumbent) David M. Leake (Incumbent) Elizabeth A. C. Quist

Kevin P. Brown (Incumbent)

       
Willie J. Toney Josh M. Mattox   Iris Ross Tharp
       
TOWN COUNCIL  TOWN COUNCIL TOWN COUNCIL TOWN COUNCIL
       
Gwen P. Washington (Incumbent) Steven C. Aitken (Incumbent) Tyler C. Brown Peggy L. Alexander (Incumbent)
       
Derrick R. Wood (Incumbent) Matthew E. Caudle J. Matthew Dawson Earlene D. Clinton (Incumbent)
       
Kristin Forrester (Incumbent) Milton J. Kenworthy (Incumbent) Joseph E. McGuire, Jr. (Incumbent) Sammoto Yomosa Dabney
       
Cydny Neville Christopher S. Morris James A. Drakes Tom E. Davis
       
  Joseph R. Pasanello Patrick A. Sivigny (Incumbent) Mary Lou DiMarzio
       
  Pamela L. Swinford   John L. Hallman
       
  Kurtis W. Woods   Albert R. Gasser, Jr.
       
  Nicole V. Zimnoch   Russell V. “Rusty” Kuhns (Incumbent)
       
      Virginia Macfarlan (Incumbent)

 

All interested candidates have until Monday to file their paperwork to the Prince William County Office of Elections to have their name appear on the ballot.

Here are a few other notes about the upcoming elections:

The Town Elections will be Tuesday, May 6, 2014.

The deadline for candidates to submit all the required paperwork is 7 pm on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.

The last day to register to vote in the Town Elections is Monday, April 14, 2014.

Absentee voting begins Friday, March 21, 2014.

The last day to request an AB by mail is Tuesday, April 29, 2014.

The last day to vote AB in person is Saturday, May 3, 2014. DMV and the Main office will be open all day (8 am – 5 pm and 9 am – 5 pm, respectively).

 * Louis Parino failed to submit the required paperwork to the Prince William County Office of Elections and did not qualify to have his name listed on the ballot.