1997 election

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On November 5, 1997 Albemarle County held elections for three seats on the Board of Supervisors, three seats on the Albemarle County School Board, and a referendum on the meals tax.

Board of Supervisors

Rio Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
David P. Bowerman 2,800 100.00


[1]

Jack Jouett Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Charlotte Y. Humphris 2,051 100.00


[1]

Samuel Miller Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Sally Thomas 3,507 100.00


[1]

School board

Three seats on the Albemarle County School Board, also from the Rio, Jack Jouett, and Samuel Miller magisterial districts were up for reelection.

Jack Jouett Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Diantha McKeel (I) 1,902

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Rio Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Susan Gallion 2,334
Lindsay DuPratt Johnson 598

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Samuel Miller Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Madison Cummings 2,137
Shannon Donovan 1,769

[4]

Meals Tax

Candidate Votes %
YES on Meals Tax 12,005
NO on Meals Tax 11,693

[5]

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Unofficial election results as reported in The Daily Progress [Charlottesville] 5 Nov. 1997: B3. Print.
  2. Unofficial election results as reported in The Daily Progress [Charlottesville] 5 Nov. 1997: B3. Print.
  3. Print: Unofficial election results, {{{author}}}, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises 5 Nov. 1997, Page B3.
  4. Unofficial election results as reported in The Daily Progress [Charlottesville] 5 Nov. 1997: B3. Print.
  5. Unofficial election results as reported in The Daily Progress [Charlottesville] 5 Nov. 1997: B3. Print.