In Charlottesville and most of Albemarle County, the Nov. 8 ballot is a lean one. Voters in this area are voting in just one race for the 5th Congressional District seat. That race is between incumbent Rep. Bob Good, a Republican, and his challenger Josh Throneburg, a Democrat from Charlottesville.
“I don’t know that there are many voters that are on the fence between these two candidates,” Charlottesville Tomorrow Managing Editor Jessie Higgins said In My Humble Opinion on 101.3 Jamz. “They’re so wildly different. You’re either voting for a very conservative, Trump endorsed candidate, or you’re voting for a liberal Democrat.”
Other communities in Central Virginia, however, have many local races for town mayors and councils, boards of county supervisors and school boards. Charlottesville Tomorrow has compiled a list of local Central Virginia races in its 2022 Voter Guide.
To hear the full interview, skip ahead to minute mark 2:07 in the video below.
In My Humble airs every Sunday at noon on 101.3 Jamz and is part of Charlottesville Inclusive Media with Charlottesville Tomorrow and Vinegar Hill Magazine.
While we can’t cover every story that’s important to you, we do our best to be responsive to your needs. We use tips from readers to choose which stories to cover, to incorporate information into broader reports or to help us decide how to grow Charlottesville Tomorrow. Here’s where you can tell us what you think we should be covering.
More about the 2022 Elections
Why? Politicians and political scientists say it’s about local party politics and money.
Statement from Dan Gristko, who is running for town council in Scottsville, in Albemarle and Fluvanna counties.
Bill Hyson, who is running for town council in Scottsville, in Albemarle and Fluvanna counties, says an apartment development, maintenance and the budget are the most pressing issues.
More local News
Three candidates include the current acting chief and two officers from northern Virginia.
The first episode is about what violence means in our lives, as told by Katrina Spencer.
If you need help with rent, mortgage or utilities, you can get $1,000 per month or $3,000 in a year.
Video: Charlottesville Tomorrow’s editor-in-chief gives a keynote address at a national news conference
Angilee Shah and Sisi Wei, editor-in-chief of The Markup, spoke to about 500 news leaders at the Independent News Sustainability Summit about how to make a healthy newsroom culture.
There are three candidates for Charlottesville’s new police chief — ask them your questions Monday night
The Police Civilian Oversight Board is hosting a candidate forum and taking questions by email or voicemail.