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On May 4, 2004 [[Charlottesville]] held elections for three seats on the [[City Council]].
 
  
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==City Council==
 
==City Council==
{{2004 election/CityCouncil}}<ref>[http://www.charlottesville.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=65 Official results] City of Charlottesville, retrieved 24 June 2009.</ref>
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On May 4, 2004 [[Charlottesville]] held elections for three seats on the [[City Council]].
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{{2004 election/CityCouncil|category=off}}
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*City Code: Sec. 2-35. - Election of city council at November general election. (As of July 19, [[2004]])<ref>http://weblink.charlottesville.org/public/0/doc/199395/Page1.aspx</ref>
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::(a) Pursuant to Virginia Code § 24.2-222.1 and notwithstanding the provisions of City Charter Sec. 5(d) and Virginia Code § 24.2-222, the election of members of city council shall be held on the general election date in November of odd-numbered years, beginning in November, 2007, and biennially thereafter, in accordance with the following cycles:
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:::(1) The election for the two (2) city council seats filled by the council election of May, 2006 shall be held in November, 2009 and every four (4) years thereafter; and,
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:::(2) '''The election for the three (3) city council seats filled by the council election of May, 2004 shall be held in November, 2007 and every four (4) years thereafter.'''
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::(b) In accordance with the provisions of Virginia Code § 24.2-222.1(D), members of city council elected at a May general election shall have their term of office shortened by six (6) months but shall continue in office until their successors have been elected at the November general election and have been qualified to serve.
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=2004 City Council General Election=
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{|class="wikitable mw-collapsible sortable"
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! Ward !! Pct !! Kendra Y. Hamilton (D) !! David E. Brown (D)!! Kevin J. Lynch (R)!! S Ann Reinicke (D) !! Kenneth Wayne Jackson (R) !! Vance D. High (I) !! All Others !! Total Votes Cast
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| - || 101 - Recreation || 705 || 701 || 619 || 403 || 319 || 170 || 217 || 3,134
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|-
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| - || 102 - Clark || 302 || 283 || 282 || 167 || 156 || 68 || 59 || 1,317
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| - || 201 - Carver || 379 || 365 || 343 || 113 || 110 || 36 || 50 || 1,396
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|-
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| - || 202 - Walker || 633 || 649 || 598 || 419 || 368 || 159 || 169 || 2,995
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| - || 301 - Benjamin Tonsler || 267 || 221 || 228 || 67 || 83 || 19 || 17 || 902
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| - || 302 - Jefferson Park || 539 || 510 || 496 || 331 || 274 || 166 || 141 || 2,457
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|-
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| - || 401 - Venable || 352 || 346 || 340 || 143 || 143 || 53 || 50 || 1,427
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| - || 402 - Alumni Hall || 185 || 186 || 181 || 86 || 64 || 30 || 40 || 772
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| - || Ab - Central Absentee Precinct || 103 || 105 || 96 || 53 || 40 || 16 || 35 || 448
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| TOTALS ||  || 3,465 || 3,366 || 3,183 || 1,782 || 1,557 || 717 || 778 || 14,848
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|}
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:Source: Virginia Department of Elections<ref>http://historical.elections.virginia.gov/elections/view/36127/</ref>
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:Source: Results for the May 2004 municipal elections<ref>https://www.elections.virginia.gov/Files/ElectionResults/2004/May2004/540.htm election</ref>
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==U.S. Congress==
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On November 2, 2004, [[Charlottesville]] and [[Albemarle County]] both held elections for U.S. Congress.
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{{2004 election/House of Representatives|category=off}}
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 00:54, 27 January 2021

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City Council

On May 4, 2004 Charlottesville held elections for three seats on the City Council.

Candidates Votes %
Kendra Hamilton (D) 3,465 64.90
David E. Brown (D) 3,366 63.05
Kevin J. Lynch (D) incumbent 3,183 59.62
Ann Reinicke (R) 1,782 33.38
Kenneth Wayne Jackson (R) 1,557 29.16
Write-In 778 14.57
Vance D. High (I) 717 13.43
Source: City of Charlottesville

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Voters could cast three votes, one for each of the three seats available, hence the percentages do not total 100%.


  • City Code: Sec. 2-35. - Election of city council at November general election. (As of July 19, 2004)[2]
(a) Pursuant to Virginia Code § 24.2-222.1 and notwithstanding the provisions of City Charter Sec. 5(d) and Virginia Code § 24.2-222, the election of members of city council shall be held on the general election date in November of odd-numbered years, beginning in November, 2007, and biennially thereafter, in accordance with the following cycles:
(1) The election for the two (2) city council seats filled by the council election of May, 2006 shall be held in November, 2009 and every four (4) years thereafter; and,
(2) The election for the three (3) city council seats filled by the council election of May, 2004 shall be held in November, 2007 and every four (4) years thereafter.
(b) In accordance with the provisions of Virginia Code § 24.2-222.1(D), members of city council elected at a May general election shall have their term of office shortened by six (6) months but shall continue in office until their successors have been elected at the November general election and have been qualified to serve.

2004 City Council General Election

Ward Pct Kendra Y. Hamilton (D) David E. Brown (D) Kevin J. Lynch (R) S Ann Reinicke (D) Kenneth Wayne Jackson (R) Vance D. High (I) All Others Total Votes Cast
- 101 - Recreation 705 701 619 403 319 170 217 3,134
- 102 - Clark 302 283 282 167 156 68 59 1,317
- 201 - Carver 379 365 343 113 110 36 50 1,396
- 202 - Walker 633 649 598 419 368 159 169 2,995
- 301 - Benjamin Tonsler 267 221 228 67 83 19 17 902
- 302 - Jefferson Park 539 510 496 331 274 166 141 2,457
- 401 - Venable 352 346 340 143 143 53 50 1,427
- 402 - Alumni Hall 185 186 181 86 64 30 40 772
- Ab - Central Absentee Precinct 103 105 96 53 40 16 35 448
TOTALS 3,465 3,366 3,183 1,782 1,557 717 778 14,848
Source: Virginia Department of Elections[3]
Source: Results for the May 2004 municipal elections[4]

U.S. Congress

On November 2, 2004, Charlottesville and Albemarle County both held elections for U.S. Congress.

Candidates Votes %
Virgil Goode Jr (R) (incumbent) 172,431 63.68
A C Weed II (D) 98,237 36.28
Write-In 90 0.03
Source: Virginia State Board of Elections[5]



References

  1. Web. Elections Database, Elections Database, Virginia State Board of Elections, retrieved July 25, 2017.
  2. http://weblink.charlottesville.org/public/0/doc/199395/Page1.aspx
  3. http://historical.elections.virginia.gov/elections/view/36127/
  4. https://www.elections.virginia.gov/Files/ElectionResults/2004/May2004/540.htm election
  5. Web. Official Results, Virginia State Board of Elections, retrieved 28 Nov. 2010.