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Two more Democrats make Arlington Co. Board bids official

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The Democratic 2023 County Board field rose to five on Feb. 1, as two more aspirants kicked off campaigns.

Natalie Roy and Tony Weaver join three others who announced plans a month before to seek the seats currently held by Katie Cristol and Christian Dorsey, who are not expected to seek re-election.

Also at the Feb. 1 meeting, the Arlington County Democratic Committee voted unanimously to choose its two County Board nominees through a state-run primary. The decision was expected; under recent changes enacted by the County Board, the board primary (but no others) will be conducted under ranked-choice-voting rules.

Already in the running were J.D. Spain Sr., Jonathan Dromgoole and Maureen Coffey.


Also on Feb. 1, Kevin Saucedo-Broach announced plans to seek the new House District 2, which currently is unoccupied by an incumbent. Saucedo-Broach joins Adele McClure, who formally launched her bid for the seat a month before, with the Democratic field also to be decided in a primary.

The filing deadline for all candidates seeking to run in the June primary is April 6.

Find more coverage coming up.

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