2019 election

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The 2019 general election will be held on Tuesday November 5, 2019. All 140 members of the Virginia General Assembly (House of Delegates and State Senate) will be up for reelection. Locally will see the election of three members of Charlottesville City Council and three members of the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors

Candidate filing period opens Wednesday January 2, 2019 - filing deadline for this election is Thursday March 28, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.[1]

The primary for Democratic and Republican candidates (if held) will be on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. That will also be the deadline for independent candidates to qualify for the ballot. [2]

Albemarle County

Elections for supervisor and school board will be held in the Rivanna, Scottsville and White Hall magisterial districts.

Rivanna

Incumbent Norman Dill has not announced whether he will seek a second term.

Scottsville

Incumbent Rick Randolph has not announced whether he will seek a second term.

White Hall

Incumbent Ann Mallek has not announced whether she will seek a fourth term.

City of Charlottesville

General election will include Local and Constitutional Offices: City Council (3 seats), City School Board (4 seats), Soil & Water Conservation District Director and the Clerk of Court.

City Council

There are three seats open on the Charlottesville City Council. The first terms of Councilor Wes Bellamy and Mike Signer are up, as well as the second term of Kathy Galvin. None so far have announced whether they will seek reelection.

City resident and Democrat Sena Magill has indicated she is planning on a run for Council. [3]

City School Board

There will also be elections for four (4) of the seven (7) seats on the City School Board.

Soil & Water Conservation District Director

City Clerk of Court

Incumbent Llezelle Dugger.




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References

  1. https://www.elections.virginia.gov/FormsWarehouse/Files/BecomingACandidate/CandidateBulletins/2019-11-05-GenBulletinLocalandConstitutional(Rev%2012-18-2019).pdf
  2. Web. Upcoming Elections, Virginia Department of Elections, Virginia Department of Elections, retrieved December 31, 2018.
  3. Web. [1], Twitter page, Twitter, retrieved December 31, 2018.