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The general election for 2015 will be held on November 3.  
 
The general election for 2015 will be held on November 3.  
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==Charlottesville==
  
 
The [[Charlottesville City Council]] seats held by [[Kathleen Galvin]], [[Satyendra Huja]], and [[Dede Smith]] will be up for election. None have announced their plans as of December 18, 2014.  
 
The [[Charlottesville City Council]] seats held by [[Kathleen Galvin]], [[Satyendra Huja]], and [[Dede Smith]] will be up for election. None have announced their plans as of December 18, 2014.  
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The [[Charlottesville School Board]] seats held by [[Colette Blount]], [[Amy Laufer]], [[Jennifer McKeever]], and [[Willa Neale]] will also be up for election. None have announced their plans as of January, 5 2015.  
 
The [[Charlottesville School Board]] seats held by [[Colette Blount]], [[Amy Laufer]], [[Jennifer McKeever]], and [[Willa Neale]] will also be up for election. None have announced their plans as of January, 5 2015.  
  
In [[Albemarle County]], the Rivanna, Scottsville and White Hall magisterial seats will be up for re-election. [[Ken Boyd]] will be up for his fourth term. [[Jane Dittmar]] will be seeking a full four-year term, and [[Ann Mallek]] will be up for a third term. None have announced their plans as of December 18, 2014.
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==Albemarle County==
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In [[Albemarle County]], the Rivanna, Scottsville and White Hall magisterial seats will be up for re-election. There will be an open seat in the Rivanna District as [[Ken Boyd]] will not seek a fourth term. <ref>{{cite web|title=Supervisor Boyd will not seek reelection|url=http://pro.wchv-am.tritonflex.com/common/more.php?m=49&r=5&post_id=47611|author=|work=|publisher=WCHV|location=|publishdate=January 10, 2015|accessdate=January 11, 2015}}</ref>
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[[Jane Dittmar]] will be seeking a full four-year term in the Scottsville District, and [[Ann Mallek]] will be up for a third term in the White Hall district.
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The [[Albemarle County School Board]] seats held by [[Ned Gallaway]], [[Barbara Massie Mouly]], [[Steve Koleszar]], and [[Jason Buyaki]] will also be up for election. None have announced their plans as of January, 5 2015.  
 
The [[Albemarle County School Board]] seats held by [[Ned Gallaway]], [[Barbara Massie Mouly]], [[Steve Koleszar]], and [[Jason Buyaki]] will also be up for election. None have announced their plans as of January, 5 2015.  
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[[Category: 2015 election|*]]

Revision as of 18:04, 11 January 2015

The general election for 2015 will be held on November 3.

Charlottesville

The Charlottesville City Council seats held by Kathleen Galvin, Satyendra Huja, and Dede Smith will be up for election. None have announced their plans as of December 18, 2014.

The Charlottesville School Board seats held by Colette Blount, Amy Laufer, Jennifer McKeever, and Willa Neale will also be up for election. None have announced their plans as of January, 5 2015.

Albemarle County

In Albemarle County, the Rivanna, Scottsville and White Hall magisterial seats will be up for re-election. There will be an open seat in the Rivanna District as Ken Boyd will not seek a fourth term. [1]

Jane Dittmar will be seeking a full four-year term in the Scottsville District, and Ann Mallek will be up for a third term in the White Hall district.


The Albemarle County School Board seats held by Ned Gallaway, Barbara Massie Mouly, Steve Koleszar, and Jason Buyaki will also be up for election. None have announced their plans as of January, 5 2015.


References

  1. Web. Supervisor Boyd will not seek reelection, WCHV, January 10, 2015, retrieved January 11, 2015.