Ann Reinicke is a resident of the city of Charlottesville who ran for City Council as a Republican with Kenneth Wayne Jackson in 2004. Reinicke is the head of the Orangedale Neighborhood Association. During the 2004 election, Reinicke suggested that creationism should be taught in schools. She received 1,782 votes, or 33.38%.
|Kendra Hamilton (D)||3,465||64.90|
|David E. Brown (D)||3,366||63.05|
|Kevin J. Lynch (D) incumbent||3,183||59.62|
|Ann Reinicke (R)||1,782||33.38|
|Kenneth Wayne Jackson (R)||1,557||29.16|
|Vance D. High (I)||717||13.43|
|Source: City of Charlottesville|
Voters could cast three votes, one for each of the three seats available, hence the percentages do not total 100%.
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Reinicke worked for 18 years as a nurse at the University of Virginia Medical Center. Other UVa positions include client services coordinator in the Health Sciences Center's Clinical Lab Department, and a position in the University's HR department. As an administrative intern, Reinicke participated in helping create and market the University's Continuing Education program. Reinicke was UVa's first certified phlebotomist.
- ↑ Web. Opportunity? Republicans find two candidates, Lisa Provence, The Hook, Better Publications LLC, February 12, 2004, retrieved April 17, 2012.
- ↑ Web. Neighborhood Association Contacts, City of Charlottesville, retrieved April 17, 2012.
- ↑ Web. Blue skies: Democrats own City Council and they have Republican Rob Schilling to thank for it, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, May 11, 2004, retrieved April 17, 2012.
- ↑ Official results City of Charlottesville, retrieved 24 June 2009.
- ↑ Web. Administrative Interns Major In Dedication, Initiative, Rebecca Arrington, February 5, 1999, retrieved April 17, 2012.