If you plan to vote in the Pulaski and Dublin town elections May 4, you have until Monday to make sure you’re registered.
Any town resident intending to vote must register or make corrections to their registrations at the Pulaski County Registrar’s office by 5 p.m. Monday, April 12. The registrar’s office is in the historic section of the Pulaski County Courthouse.
As of April 1, the Town of Pulaski had 5,177 residents registered to vote and the Town of Dublin had 1,140, according to Registrar Kathy Webb.
Anyone planning to vote by a mailed in absentee ballot must apply for a ballot by April 27. The last day to cast an absentee ballot in person is Saturday, May 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
In the Town of Pulaski, incumbent candidates David L. Clark, Larry G. Clevinger II and H. M. Kidd are seeking reappointment to their seats, but they will be challenged by Virginia Tech graduate Joseph K. Goodman, who moved to Pulaski several years ago.
Pulaski Mayor Jeff Worrell also is up for re-election, but he is unchallenged for his seat.
In Dublin, incumbent candidates Dallas L. Cox, Stephen F. Crigger and Peggy H. Hemmings will be challenged by Garland H. Bruce for three seats available on Dublin Town Council.
Mayors serve two-year terms and town council members serve four-year terms.