Election day is fast approaching, and Williamsburg residents have until Monday to register or update their voter information.
On May 1, voters will be deciding the fate of two at-large seats on the Williamsburg City Council. The two men on the ballot are incumbent Douglas G. Pons and newcomer Ted Maslin, a former firefighter who was the lone Williamsburg resident to register as a candidate before the end of the filing period last month.
Although both candidates are running uncontested, Win Sowder, the city’s voter registrar, says voters should still show up on election day.
“I think it shows support for the city and for the candidates, it’s like a ‘thank you’ for them to...