Another hopeful has announced he's making a run for the Virginia House of Delegates.
Republican Tony Wilt, from Rockingham County, says he would like to take Matt Lohr's seat for the 26th district.
Lohr is leaving the seat next month, to take a job as Virginia's Commissioner of Agriculture.
Wilt is the president of Superior Concrete and has served as the president of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce.
Other Republicans considering a run are Clark Ritchie and Ted Byrd. Possible Democratic candidates include Gene Hart, Lowell Fulk and Kai Degner.
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