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After serving the citizens of Altavista on the Campbell County Board of Supervisors for the past five years, Dale Moore announced May 19 that he will not be seeking re-election this November. Moore stated that it has been an honor and privilege to serve the Altavista residents for these five years and he looks forward to continued participation in civic activities that benefit the community.

Moore, the founder and former president of Moore’s Electric, founder and board member of the Virginia Technical Institute, and a local business owner, said that he enjoyed the experience of being on the Board and is proud of the work the Board accomplished during his tenure as a member.”

Moore also stated that “He believes that it is time for some new ideas on the Board and that he looks forward to spending more time with his family and more time concentrating on his farm where he raises Wagyu cattle.

He explained he will be backing current Campbell County Planning Commissioner from the Altavista District, Tom Lawton, who will be seeking election to the Board of Supervisors in the Altavista District.

“Tom has my full support to serve on the Board. He embodies the values and character needed to serve the people in the Altavista District. Along with his service on the Planning Commission, Tom has 35 years of business experience with large employers and will be able to leverage that expertise on the Board of Supervisors. I look forward to campaigning with Tom, sharing his strengths with the citizens of Altavista, and working to get him elected in November. You can count on Tom to represent the Altavista District on the Campbell County Board of Supervisors. Tom Lawton is a very unselfish man and respected by all who know him. I am very grateful for your support and I would be grateful for your support of Tom.”

Cited: https://www.altavistajournal.com/news/article_b868d834-fae7-11ed-af85-d3acc4f35f77.html

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