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Albemarle Voter Guide
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Charlottesville Voter Guide
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Supervisor Samuel Miller District
City Council Charlottesville

Candidate forums
  1. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, Samuel Miller, 2009 September 30
  2. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, 2009 October 15
  3. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, 2009 October 22 (1 of 2)
  4. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, 2009 October 22 (2 of 2)

Candidate forums
  1. Charlottesville City Council candidate forum, 2009 April 21
  2. Charlottesville City Council candidate forum, 2009 May 6
  3. Charlottesville City Council candidate forum, 2009 October 7
  4. Charlottesville City Council candidate forum, 2009 October 21
Supervisor Rio District

Candidate forums
  1. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, Rio, 2009 October 1
  2. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, 2009 October 15
  3. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, 2009 October 22 (1 of 2)
  4. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, 2009 October 22 (2 of 2)


Supervisor Jack Jouett District

Candidate forums
  1. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, 2009 October 15
  2. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, 2009 October 22 (1 of 2)
  3. Albemarle Supervisor candidate forum, 2009 October 22 (2 of 2)


NOTE: Charlottesville Tomorrow is a non-partisan organization covering local elections. It did not cover 2009 elections for School Board, Sheriff, Commonwealth's Attorney, or Clerk of the Court.


On November 3 2009 elections were held in Charlottesville and Albemarle County for state and local offices and representation.

Contents

Charlottesville government

City Council

Two at large seats on the City Council were contested by four candidates. Two Democrats, incumbent and mayor Dave Norris, and Kristin Szakos ran against two independents, Bob Fenwick and Paul Long[1]. Andrew Williams also ran as a write-in candidate[2].


Candidate Votes %
Dave Norris (D) incumbent 6,300 38.7
Kristin Szakos (D) 5,083 31.2
Bob Fenwick (I) 3,293 20.2
Paul Long (I) 1,214 7.5
Andrew Williams (I, write-in) 237 1.5
Other Write-In 141 0.9
Source: City of Charlottesville[3]

Overall voter turnout for City of Charlottesville in this election was 37.31%. Each voter could vote for up to two candidates.

Sheriff

Democrat James E. Brown III defeated independent write-in candidate Paul J. Best.

School board

Three incumbents, Edmund R. "Ned" Michie, Leah W. Puryear, Juandiego R. Wade ran unopposed.

Candidate Votes %
Edmund R. "Ned" Michie 6,027 Unknown
Leah W. Puryear 5,562 Unknown
Juandiego R. Wade 5,500 Unknown
Write-In 571 Unknown
Source: City of Charlottesville[4]

Overall voter turnout for City of Charlottesville in this election was 37.31%[5]. Each voter could vote for up to three candidates.[6]


Constitutional officers

Candidates for Charlottesville's Commonwealth's Attorney, Warner D. "Dave" Chapman; Charlottesville Commissioner of the Revenue, Lee Richards; and Treasurer, Jennifer J. Brown, all incumbent Democrats, ran unopposed.

Albemarle County government

Board of Supervisors

The Rio, Jack Jouett, and Samuel Miller district seats on the Board of Supervisors were up for reelection. [7]. In the Jack Jouett District, incumbent Independent Dennis Rooker ran unopposed. In the Rio District, Republican challenger Rodney Thomas defeated incumbent Democrat David Slutzky. And in the open seat in Samuel Miller District, Republican Duane Snow defeated Democrat Madison Cummings and Independent John Lowry.

Candidates in the 2009 election were:

Jack Jouett Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Dennis S. Rooker (I) Incumbent 2,583 97.43
Write-In 68 2.56
Source: Albemarle County[8]

Overall voter turnout for Albemarle County in this election was 46.7%[8]

Rio Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Rodney Thomas (R) 2,650 52.96
David Slutzky (D) Incumbent 2,349 46.94
Write-In 5 0.10
Source: Albemarle County[9].

Overall voter turnout for Albemarle County in this election was 46.7%[10].

Samuel Miller Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Duane Snow (R) 2,275 44.82
Madison Cummings (D) 2,011 39.62
John Lowry (I) 784 15.45
Write-In 6 0.12
Source: Albemarle County[11].

Overall voter turnout for Albemarle County in this election was 46.7%[12].

School board

Three seats on the Albemarle County School Board, also from the Rio, Jack Jouett, and Samuel Miller magisterial districts[7] were up for reelection.

Jack Jouett Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Diantha H. McKeel (I) incumbent 2,521 98.48
Write-In 39 1.52
Source: Albemarle County[8]

Overall voter turnout for Albemarle County in this election was 46.7%[8]

Rio Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Pam Moynihan Incumbent 2,528 56.08
Ned Gallaway 1,971 43.72
Write-In 9 0.20
Source: Albemarle County[13].

Overall voter turnout for Albemarle County in this election was 46.7%[14].

Samuel Miller Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Eric Strucko (I) 3,656 97.78
Write-In 83 2.22
Source: Albemarle County[15].

Overall voter turnout for Albemarle County in this election was 46.7%[16].

Virginia House of Delegates

For Virginia House of Delegates in the 57th, 58th, and 25th House Districts[17], which share Charlottesville and parts of Albemarle County.

57th District

Incumbent Democrat David Toscano defeated Independent challenger Robert Brandon Smith III.

58th District

Incumbent Republican Rob Bell defeated Democratic challenger Cynthia Neff.

25th District

Incumbent R. Steven "Steve" Landes defeated Democratic challenger Greg J. Marrow.

See also

For more on the statewide elections, see

Statewide office

Elections will be held for Virginia's governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general[18].

See also

For more on the statewide elections, see

References

  1. Candidates Locality : CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY, State Board of Elections, Commonwealth of Virginia, retrieved 18 Sep 2009
  2. Web. Independent Andrew Williams enters City Council race, Charlottesville Tomorrow, 13 May 2009, retrieved 15 May 2009.
  3. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. City of Charlottesville, 6 Nov. 2009. Web. 6 Nov. 2009. <http://www.charlottesville.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=14908>.
  4. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. City of Charlottesville, 6 Nov. 2009. Web. 6 Nov. 2009. <http://www.charlottesville.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=14908>.
  5. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. City of Charlottesville, 6 Nov. 2009. Web. 6 Nov. 2009. <http://www.charlottesville.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=14908>.
  6. Dixit, Rachana. "3 School Board Members Announce Re-election Bids." Daily Progress. 20 Mar. 2009. Web. <http://www2.dailyprogress.com/news/cdp-news-local/2009/mar/20/3_school_board_members_announce_re-election_bids-ar-64629/>
  7. 7.0 7.1 Candidates Locality : ALBEMARLE COUNTY, State Board of Elections, Commonwealth of Virginia, retrieved 18 Sep 2009
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 E-mail. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election.." Message to Charlottesville Tomorrow. 12 Nov. 2009.
  9. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  10. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  11. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  12. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  13. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  14. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  15. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  16. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  17. List of Candidates, Member House Of Delegates, State Board of Elections, Commonwealth of Virginia, retrieved 18 Sep 2009.
  18. List of Statewide Candidates, State Board of Elections, Commonwealth of Virginia, retrieved 18 Sep 2009.


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