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'''Brian Pinkston''' announced his second run for Charlottesville City Council on [[February 3]], [[2021]].<ref>{{Cite-progress|url=https://dailyprogress.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/project-manager-pinkston-announces-bid-for-city-council/article_206e01c6-67f0-11eb-8c1b-53da92718a02.html#tracking-source=article-related-bottom|title=Project manager Pinkston announces bid for City Council|author=Tyler Hammel|publishdate=Feb 7, 2021|accessdate=Feb 9, 2021}}</ref>
  
 
Pinkston was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the [[Charlottesville]] [[City Council]] in the June 11, 2019 primary. <ref name="crowd2">{{cite-progress|title=Three more candidates plan council campaigns|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/city/three-more-candidates-plan-council-campaigns/article_0484169c-152e-11e9-b6c5-8f20ce3fc9d7.html|author=Nolan Stout|pageno=|printdate=January 10, 2019|publishdate=January 10, 2019|accessdate=January 14, 2019}}</ref> He made his formal announcement on February 6 at the [[Haven]]. <ref>{{cite web|title=Brian Pinkston Launches Campaign for Charlottesville City Council|url=http://www.nbc29.com/story/39919786/brian-pinkston-launches-campaign-for-charlottesville-city-council|author=Annie Schroeder|work=News Article|publisher=WVIR NBC29|location=|publishdate=February 6, 2019|accessdate=February 6, 2019}}</ref> He placed fourth in the five-way race.  
 
Pinkston was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the [[Charlottesville]] [[City Council]] in the June 11, 2019 primary. <ref name="crowd2">{{cite-progress|title=Three more candidates plan council campaigns|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/city/three-more-candidates-plan-council-campaigns/article_0484169c-152e-11e9-b6c5-8f20ce3fc9d7.html|author=Nolan Stout|pageno=|printdate=January 10, 2019|publishdate=January 10, 2019|accessdate=January 14, 2019}}</ref> He made his formal announcement on February 6 at the [[Haven]]. <ref>{{cite web|title=Brian Pinkston Launches Campaign for Charlottesville City Council|url=http://www.nbc29.com/story/39919786/brian-pinkston-launches-campaign-for-charlottesville-city-council|author=Annie Schroeder|work=News Article|publisher=WVIR NBC29|location=|publishdate=February 6, 2019|accessdate=February 6, 2019}}</ref> He placed fourth in the five-way race.  
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*[https://www.pinkstonforcville.org/ Campaign website]
 
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Revision as of 23:45, 9 February 2021

Brian Pinkston
Party Democrat

Biographical Information

Place of birth Albany, Georgia [1]
Residence Locust Grove neighborhood
Alma mater Georgia Tech, degree in mechanical engineering, 1994

Biola University, Los Angeles Master's Degree, 2004
University of Virginia, PhD in Philosophy, 2012

Profession Project Manager
Website https://www.pinkstonforcville.org/
Campaign $ VPAP
Contributions $ VPAP

Brian Pinkston announced his second run for Charlottesville City Council on February 3, 2021.[2]

Pinkston was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the Charlottesville City Council in the June 11, 2019 primary. [3] He made his formal announcement on February 6 at the Haven. [4] He placed fourth in the five-way race.


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Biography

Pinkston is a project manager at the University of Virginia. His job title is Associate Director for Planning, Project Services, and Facilities Management. [5]

He grew up in Georgia and graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in mechanical engineering in 1994. He received a master’s degree from Biola University in Los Angeles in 2004 and completed a doctorate in philosophy at UVa in 2012. He formerly served as chair of the board of directors of the Region Ten Community Services Board.

Election 2021

Pinkston ran for the council in 2019 but did not secure enough votes during the Democratic primary to make the ballot. This time around, he said he is confident that his varied skills and previous experience running for office will propel him to the ballot.

Election 2019

Pinkston's slogan is "A Voice for the Common Good." [6]

At a campaign forum on February 23 sponsored by LauraPAC, Pinkston suggested his work as a project manager would help him find solutions. [7]

Primary results

Candidates Votes %
Michael Payne (D) 3,657 24.98
Lloyd Snook (D) 3,501 23.91
Sena Magill (D) 3,183 21.74
Brian Pinkston (D) 3,073 20.99
Bob Fenwick (D) 1,277 8.38
Source: Virginia State Board of Elections[8]


  • Voters could select up to three candidate

References

  1. Web. Pinkston: Affordable housing a top issue, Nolan Stout, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, June 6, 2019, retrieved June 9, 2019.
  2. Web. Project manager Pinkston announces bid for City Council, Tyler Hammel, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, Feb 7, 2021, retrieved Feb 9, 2021.
  3. Web. Three more candidates plan council campaigns, Nolan Stout, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, January 10, 2019, retrieved January 14, 2019.
  4. Web. Brian Pinkston Launches Campaign for Charlottesville City Council, Annie Schroeder, News Article, WVIR NBC29, February 6, 2019, retrieved February 6, 2019.
  5. Web. Democrat Brian Pinkston Joins City Council Race, News Article, WVIR NBC29, January 22, 2019, retrieved January 24, 2019.
  6. Web. Brian Pinkston joins three other Democratic candidates contending for City Council, Elizabeth Robinson, News Article, Cavalier Daily, February 17, 2019, retrieved February 28, 2019.
  7. Web. Five Democratic council candidates make their cases at forum, Tyler Hammel, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, February 23, 2019, retrieved February 24, 2019.
  8. Web. 2019 June Primary Results - Charlottesville, State Board of Elections, June 11, 2019, retrieved June 12, 2019.

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