The four candidates in the Democratic primary for Lee District Supervisor will be participating in two candidate forums in the coming days.
On Saturday morning, the candidates will be gather at the Franconia Governmental Center (see map) from 10 a.m. – noon as part of an forum put together by the Lee District Democratic Committee. The event is free and open to all Lee District voters, but the hosts ask that you do RSVP.
On Monday night the four candidates will return to the Franconia Governmental Center for another forum, this one put on by the Lee District Association of Civic Associations (LDACO). The event runs from 7-9 p.m., and light refreshments will be served. Attendees can submit questions during the first hour and then hear from the candidates from 8-9 p.m.
The four candidates — Kelly Hebron, Larysa Kautz, Rodney Lusk and James Migliaccio — are vying to be the Democratic candidate in this year’s race. They are running to replace current Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay, who is running for chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. McKay has served as Lee District Supervisor since 2008.
No Republican or independent candidates have announced their intention to run yet.
Primary day is June 11, and early voting has started for those who qualify.