During a recent forum at Victory Hall in Scottsville, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors candidate Michael Hallahan, a Republican, discussed how, while canvassing near 5th St. Station, he was surprised by many residents not realizing they were in the Scottsville District and that he and Democrat Donna Price were their options come Election Day. Urban […]
Summer is coming to an end, but stumping season is starting. 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate and former Texas Congressman, Beto O’Rourke returned to Charlottesville on Saturday for a second time to speak at a canvassing gathering for state senate candidate Amy Laufer and commonwealth attorney candidate Jim Hingeley. A crowd of about 100 gathered outside […]
On this session of WTJU’s Soundboard, Charlotte, Emily, and Ali talk with WTJU intern Matt Villiott about the results of local primary elections and Albemarle County’s most recent commitments to redeveloping downtown Crozet and the Southwood Mobile Home Park.
On the I Love CVille Show, Charlottesville Tomorrow reporter Charlotte Rene Woods and lawyer Elliott Harding, talk to host Jerry Miller about the regional primaries and what’s next for local and state elections.
A crowd of over 50 gathered on the patio of Champion Brewing shortly after the primary election polls closed Tuesday. The skies were still blue, and results had yet to pour in for Virginia’s 57th District. The blue district, which represents Charlottesville and part of Albemarle County, had two women running in its Democratic primary. […]
Virginia is for…elections. In a state where there’s generally some type of election happening every year, 2019 is hefty, as all 140 seats in both houses of the General Assembly are up for grabs. Regionally, there are three seats opening on the Charlottesville City Council and the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. Other contested elections […]
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Charlottesville Tomorrow sat down with a Charlottesville City Council candidate and an Albemarle County Board of Supervisors candidate to discuss how the two governments could enhance collaboration and share insights as the youngest candidates in local races. Responses have been edited for clarity Charlotte Rene Woods: Run For Something is an organization that supports new […]
On this edition of Soundboard, Charlotte, Giles, and Elliott look at Charlottesville Tomorrow’s 2019 Voter Guide and where the fault lines are between different candidates in the Charlottesville and Albemarle County primaries.
Longtime delegate writing book about importance of state issues