Terry W. Hawkins
Terry W. Hawkins is a former Albemarle County sheriff and one-time candidate for the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. Following the resignation of Christopher Dumler in June 2013, he submitted an application to be a Republican candidate for the interim Scottsville Magisterial District seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors.
Service as Sheriff
Hawkins was first elected sheriff in 1987 and served until 2000.
In 1999, Hawkins was the Republican nominee for the Scottsville seat on the Board that was vacated by his first cousin, Forrest Marshall, Jr. The County Republican party nominated Hawkins at their caucus on May 8, 1999.
His opponent was Democrat Lindsay Dorrier, who was seeking a return to the Board. One of the major issues that year was growth in the County.
"I don't look forward to a lot of people moving in here, turning into another Fairfax County," Hawkins told the Daily Progress. "But you can't stop growth."
Hawkins received the endorsement of the Conservative Coalition.
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- Web. Statements from Candidates Seeking Appointment as the Scottsville District Representative to the Board of Supervisors, County of Albemarle, June 2013, retrieved 3 July 2013.
- Growth, Planning at Heart of Scottsville District Election, Savodnik, Peter. Daily Progress, 27 Sept. 1999, via George Loper's Archive. Retrieved 4 Jul 2009. Cite error: Invalid
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- Former Prosecutor Dorrier to Run for Scottsville Seat Bob Gibson. Daily Progress. 20 May 1999. via George Loper's archive, Retrieved 4 Jul 2009. Cite error: Invalid
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- Terry W. Hawkins a Candidate for Scottsville Seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, Josh Barney. Daily Progress. 19 Feb. 1999. via George Loper's archive, retrieved 4 Jul 2009.
- Hawkins, Boyd, Grant, and Pillar Receive Endorsement of the Conservative Coalition Savodnik, Peter, Daily Progress, September 10 1999, via George Loper's archive. Retrieved Jul 2009.