Join a forum to meet them on Oct. 18, hosted by Charlottesville Tomorrow and Charlottesville United for Public Education.
The seven-member board will most likely have these four new members.
The three candidates for three City Council seats see housing as one of the top issues for the city.
There are no Republican, third party or independent candidates in the race, so these three are all but guaranteed to join Council next year.
Here’s the rundown of who is running.
Whomever takes the new board seats will be making a lot of important decisions in the coming years.
The democratic primary election is June 20. The three candidates who win the primary will likely go on to take the open Council seats.
The only candidates for Charlottesville City Council at present are Democrats.