As part of Charlottesville Tomorrow’s coverage of the 2009 local elections for City Council and the Board of Supervisors, we have interviewed each candidate to discuss topics related to water, land use, transportation, their priorities, and their qualifications.
Excerpts from these interviews will be included in our upcoming non-partisan
2009 Voter Guide
which will be mailed to each household with one of these races on the ballot. In the meantime, we are publishing the complete audio recordings and transcripts of our interviews.
Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Election Watch 2009 website
for even more detailed information on the candidates including, bios, campaign finance reports, other videos and podcasts, and the schedule of upcoming candidate forums.
Listen using player above or download the podcast:
2009 Charlottesville City Council Candidate Interview
Candidate: Paul Long (I)
On November 3, 2009, voters in the City of Charlottesville go to the polls to elect their representatives to two seats on the Charlottesville City Council. This recording is Brian Wheeler’s September 1, 2009 interview with Paul Long (I). Mr. Long is being challenged by Bob Fenwick (I), Dave Norris (D), Kristin Szakos (D), and Andrew Williams (I-Write In).
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