Republican Cindi Burket is a candidate for the special election for the Scottsville District seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. Four of the six seats on board will be determined in the November 5 election. Other candidates in this race include: Jane Dittmar (D).
Each candidate was interviewed by Charlottesville Tomorrow and asked 10 questions about their qualifications, priorities and important quality of life issues. Included in the box at the right are links to the full transcript and audio recording of those interviews (also available on iTunes).
Highlights of all the candidate responses are available in this downloadable 2013 Voter Guide.
Bio: We have lived in Albemarle County since 1997 and it has truly become home. Serving Albemarle County as a Supervisor would be an honor. I am hard working and will approach every issue with purpose and common sense. I believe in transparent government that encourages citizen participation. I am also a proponent of thinking outside the box and will not shy away from the difficult issues. Finally, I believe our collective prosperity is dependent on rational yet responsive growth management principles and a fiscally responsible government.
Education: B.S. in Law Enforcement and Corrections from Penn State University; Master’s in Public Administration from George Mason University
Occupation: Professional Volunteer
Previous political experience: Chair of the Albemarle County Republican Committee, President of the Albemarle Charlottesville Republican Women’s League, ran for Albemarle County School Board in 2011.
Age on Election Day: 60
Neighborhood or area of residence: Glenmore
Family: Husband: Roger Burket Married for 36 years; Son: Bryan Burket
Other interests and experiences: I love to read, knit, play the piano and sing. I have a love of history and knowing how things work. I have been a volunteer for various charities and organizations over the years and have enjoyed being of service to the community.
Telephone: (434) 249-4564