Fredericksburg Election: Mary Katherine Greenlaw is here to stay

Photo: Mayor Greenlaw's Public and Government Service Facebook page

Mayor Mary Katherine Greenlaw will remain in her position for another term.

This will be Greenlaw’s third term as the mayor of Fredericksburg, a position she has held since 2012.

In addition to the mayor’s seat, there were two positions on the city council up for grabs as well as two positions on the school board. 

There were three candidates vying for the two available city council seats. The winners are:

  • Matthew Kelly (Incumbent)
  • Kerry Devine (Incumbent)

There was little competition in the school board, as there were only two candidates to fill the two open positions. Here are the winners:

  • Jannan Holmes (Incumbent)
  • Jarvis Bailey (Incumbent)

All of the newly appointed officials will take their seats on July 1.

2 thoughts on “Fredericksburg Election: Mary Katherine Greenlaw is here to stay

  1. Unbelievable! She ‘looks’ like a nice woman, however, the way she dealt (or didn’t) recently with violent protestors shows she isn’t looking out for the residents as the Mayor. Americans ‘must’ vote for candidates who are looking out for the people. We cannot continue to vote for the ‘nice’ person for any office. She instructed police officers not to interfere with the ‘authorized’ protests and then ‘apologized’ to the violent protestors afterwards for police responding. There is a recording of a woman calling the P.D. when a protestor jumped on top of her car yelling which scared her and her 12 year old daughter.

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