From Here, For Here
My name is Bridge Littleton and I am running to represent you and the Town of Middleburg as our next Mayor. It is truly an honor to run and to have the opportunity to further serve Middleburg in this extraordinary way and follow the leadership of Mayor Davis.
I was born and grew up here in Middleburg and have lived here nearly all my life. As an eighth-generation resident, I’m very proud to call it home and will be a strong voice for the community.
As a dedicated public servant, I will continue to work hard for our Town. My experience on the Town Council, the Planning Commission and other volunteer positions within the community, I have faced many of the challenges that face us today and know that it takes an intimate understanding of our community and out of the box thinking to achieve positive results. I will apply
that experience to better represent you and our Town.
But most importantly we will meet these challenges together and secure the future for our community. I am excited to talk with you in the months ahead about what we want our future to be—I will be coming to your neighborhood, and look forward to listening to your ideas. I will also be available every Saturday morning at Common Grounds to answers any questions you may have of me. I look forward to seeing you soon, earning your support and, most importantly, earning your vote on May 1, 2018.
Serving Our Community
Middleburg Town Council Member
Vice President, Board Member - Middleburg Museum & Pink Box
Executive Committee Member, Virginia Municipal League
Past Commissioner, Middleburg Planning Commission
Bridge and Council Member Darleen Kirk wishing Cindy Pearson well on her retirement from over a decade of service to the Town.
Bridge addressing seniors at Foxcroft School, inspiring young women to pursue careers in aerospace and engineering through a STEM education program.
An honor being medaled by a soldier after finishing the 2014 Marine Corp Marathon
Bridge and Bill Turnure, Middleburg Historic District Review Committee Chairman, discussing town zoning
My father, Trow Littleton, at his retirement from 34 years of service on the Middleburg Town Council.
Its an honor to serve Middleburg with this outstanding group of dedicated public servants.
Supporting our local sherrif's department at "Breakfast with a Cop" at the Middleburg Common Grounds
Christmas in Middleburg - The Town Council ready to lead the parade. This brings back memories of attending the first "Middleburg Christmas Parade" at age 8
My father and I at the opening night of King Street Oyster Bar.
As a Board Member of the Middleburg Museum Foundation we are excited by the new annex to the Pink Box that will capture and tell the stories of Middleburg's rich history.
Bridge and Bill Turnure in the Pink Box gazebo with the model of the future Museum durning a fundraiser
Cutting our Christmas Tree at Em Sharps farm with my sister Camden and cousin Kate Slater
My first Middleburg license plate at age 16 – they were much better than the sticker!
Trow Littleton's town council platform promise from 1960's.