Prince William County, GOP, WTO discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


In foggy bottom, 65 in Silver Spring and 62 outside the WTO studios at three 40. There's a change coming in Prince William county. It's a top election official, says he is stepping down. He says it's due to an ongoing concern with the local GOP. Prince William county registrar, Eric Olson has announced plans to resign after the midterm elections. He tells inside nova despite efforts to work with Republicans, stress, health concerns, and pushback over election day assignments from a local GOP leader ultimately led to the decision. Republicans say Olsen is overreacting to a state law that gives local parties oversight when it comes to who serves in chief roles. Olsen took over the position last year after the county's former registrar was indicted on corruption charges. Officials have not provided details about the charges. We have reached out to the county's GOP chair for comment. Melissa Howell, WTO P news. Three 41 Democrats and fairfax county of nominated Holly siebold as their candidate, this and a special election to fill an open seat in the Virginia House of delegates. Delegate marquin a 6 term Democrat is stepping down for a job in the Biden administration, seabold, a former fairfax county school teacher, will face voters in a special election next January. District 35 includes McLean Tyson, Dunn loring oakton, Vienna and others has been in democratic hands since 2003. And the chair of the Montgomery county planning board is denying accusations. This in the latest chapter to unfold at the agency that's been facing controversy. Planning board chair Casey Anderson strongly denies contents of a leaked email, which accuses him of creating a hostile workplace, Bethesda magazine says Anderson says the allegations are false and he will not be resigning as chair of the planning board. Anderson was reprimanded recently by the Montgomery county council and stripped of four weeks pay when the council learned he had kept a well stocked liquor cabinet in his office, according to Maryland matters. The director of the planning board Gwen Wright was ousted by the board Friday two months before scheduled to retirement, particularly on WTO P news, home design trends come and go, and it seems that what's old is now new once again. Vintage is a touch different than antique. The

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