By Fania Gordon

Charlottesville Tomorrow

Friday, April 17, 2009

Charlottesville City Council Candidate

Andrew Williams

(I) was a guest on WINA AM 1070’s

The Schilling Show

on April 16, 2009. In this segment, host Rob Schilling asks Williams about his campaign and involvement with the Virginia Community College System’s strategic planning process.

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Williams, who works at State Farm and attends PVCC and Averett University, commented on his background and family history including his experiences growing up and that his Grandfather was the first African American City Councilor in his locality in Michigan.

Williams explained his reasons for running as an Independent saying that he puts an emphasis on solutions and culture rather than on race or party lines.  “I believe as an Independent I can fully support the City the best that I can,” Williams said.

See Charlottesville Tomorrow’s

Election Watch page

for complete coverage of the City’s 2009 elections for City Council.

This podcast was produced with permission of Rob Schilling and WINA.

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