The current Commonwealth's Attorney in Shenandoah County has announced he will not seek a fifth term although he will remain as Woodstock's city attorney.
Woodstock Mayor Jeremy McCleary announced on Monday that he will seek the position. McCleary, whose wife is an assistant Commonwealth's Attorney in Shenandoah County, posted an announcement on Facebook stating his desire to seek the position. McCleary is also chairman of the Shenandoah County Republican Committee.
As of now, no one else has stepped forward to run for the position. The election will be held in November.