Kenneth C. Boyd

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Ken Boyd
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Supervisor Ken Boyd (R-Rivanna)

Electoral District Rivanna
Term Start 2003
Term End 2011
Preceded by Charles Martin

Term Start 2007
Term End 2008
Preceded by Dennis Rooker
Succeeded by David Slutzky

Electoral District Rivanna
Term Start 1999
Term End 2003
Succeeded by Sue Friedman

Biographical Information

Date of birth Oct. 10, 1947
Age 71
Place of birth Washington, D.C.
Spouse Brenda Boyd
Children Casey, Patrick,
Kelley and Cory
Alma mater Averett University
Profession Financial planner
Boyd Financial Services
Website http://www.KenBoyd.net

Ken Boyd is a financial planner who has served on several Albemarle County boards and commissions. He was last elected as a Republican to a second term on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors[1].


Biography

Boyd was born in Washington D.C. and graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School[2]. Shortly afterwards, he moved to Burlington, North Carolina with his family. He briefly worked for a Democratic candidate for governor in the 1968 campaign. A car injury prevented him from serving in the Vietnam War.

He moved to Albemarle County in 1982 to take a job working for Jefferson National Bank. In 1991, he left the bank to start a financial planning business in 1991. He completed his undergraduate degree many years later from Averett University, followed soon by an MBA. Boyd's political career began in 1993 when he volunteered for the gubernatorial campaign of Republican George Allen. In 1999, he successfully ran for the Rivanna district seat on the Albemarle County School Board.

Four years later, he opted to run for the Board of Supervisors, and defeated Democrat Peter Hallock. In 2007, he ran for re-election and beat Marcia Joseph with a 3% margin. In 2009, he announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination in Virginia's 5th District. He also told C-Ville weekly he did not anticipate running for re-election to his Supervisor seat in 2011[3]. He did not win the nomination.

Non-profit service

Boyd is currently on the board of Computers4Kids.

Committee Assignments and Appointments

Boyd has chaired the Audit Committee, and been a member of the Fiscal Impact Advisory Committee, the Development Review Process Task Force, and the Eastern Connector Alignment Study Committee. While a member of the School Board, he served for two years on the CATEC board.

Election history

All of Boyd's elections for county offices have been for seats in the Rivanna Magisterial District.

2010 election

Boyd announced his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives on September 14, 2009, joining many other Republicans interested in challenging Tom Perriello[5].


2007 election

In his second election for Board of Supervisors, Boyd narrowly defeated Democrat Marcia Joseph by 146 votes.[1]

Candidates Votes %
Ken C. Boyd (R) incumbent 2,408 51.57
Marcia E. Joseph (D) 2,259 48.38
Write-In 2 0.04

2003 election

Boyd was first elected to the Board of Supervisors in 2003.

Candidates Votes %
Ken C. Boyd (R) 1,830 52.56
Peter G. Hallock (D) 1,652 47.44
Source: Virginia State Board of Elections[6]

1999 election

Boyd's first election was for the Albemarle County School Board.

Candidates Votes %
Ken C. Boyd 3,687 100.00

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Mallek defeats Wyant; Boyd, Dorrier re-elected." http://www.cvilletomorrow.org/. 2007. Charlottesville Tomorrow. [1]
  2. Goldsmith, Will. "Ken Boyd Is a Man with a Plan." C-VILLE Charlottesville's News & Arts Weekly. 11 May 2010. Web. 17 May 2010. <http://www.c-ville.com/Portlet/Print_Friendly.php?Print=Article&z_Article_ID=11801005103954248>.
  3. Goldsmith, Will. "Ken Boyd Is a Man with a Plan." C-VILLE Charlottesville's News & Arts Weekly. 11 May 2010. Web. 17 May 2010. <http://www.c-ville.com/Portlet/Print_Friendly.php?Print=Article&z_Article_ID=11801005103954248>.
  4. Don Van der Linde? Wasteworks whacks recycler with RICO, Dave McNair, The Hook, Aug 17, 2009
  5. Web. Boyd plans to challenge Perriello in 2010, Brian McNeill, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, 15 Sept. 2009, retrieved 15 Sept. 2009.
  6. "General Election- November 4, 2003." Virginia State Board of Elections. 23 June 2009 <http://www.sbe.virginia.gov/ElectionResults/2003/nov/003.htm>.

External links

Contact information

675 Berkmar Circle
Charlottesville, Virginia 22901
Home: 434-977-9981
Email: kboyd@albemarle.org