Carroll races will be on November ballot

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With the introduction of staggered terms for county officials, some supervisor and school board seats will be up for election this fall.

By Christopher Brooke, Reporter

HILLSVILLE — The first Carroll County election to be held after staggered terms go into effect will feature a race for the Fancy Gap school board seat and a contest for Pipers Gap supervisor.
Two candidates with experience on the Carroll School Board will compete to represent the Fancy Gap District, according to information from the voter registrar’s office. Incumbent Joey Haynes will face former school board member Phillip Berrier in the fall election.
School board races are non-partisan.
The contest for the Carroll Board of Supervisors will happen in the Pipers Gap District, where incumbent Republican Tom Littrell faces a challenge from independent Robert “Robbie” McCraw.
Running unopposed for re-election to the school board are Laurel Fork representative Sandy Hendrick and Pipers Gap representative Brian Spencer.
Seeking a return to their seats are incumbent supervisors Phil McCraw of the Fancy Gap District and Joshua Hendrick of the Laurel Fork District.