2016 election

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Virginia held hold elections November 8, 2016.

Town of Scottesville


Nancy Elizabeth Gill won (60%) against 2 opponents

Town Council

Elizabeth Mary Knotts ran against 6 opponents

Member House of Representatives (5th District)

City of Charlottesville

Jane D. Dittmar (D) 79.03% over Tom A. Garrett, Jr. (R) 20.73%

School Bond (Albemarle County)

Shall the County of Albemarle, Virginia, contract a debt and issue general obligation bonds in the maximum aggregate principal amount of $35,000,000 for the purpose of providing funds, in addition to any other available funds, to finance the costs of improvements to Albemarle County public schools including designing, building, expanding, and renovating school properties, including new buildings and additions, renovations, and improvements to existing buildings, installing new furnishings and equipment in the public schools, and the related costs to issue the bonds and to reimburse the County for temporary financing?[1]

Yes: 40,246 (73.51%)
No: 14,501 (26.49%)

United States presidential election, 2016

The Democratic Party candidate, Hillary Clinton of New York, carried the City of Charlottesville with a 79.68% (17,901 votes) against businessman Donald Trump of New York, who carried 13.17% (2,960 votes). [2]

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