Eric Strucko

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Eric Strucko
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Eric Strucko

District Samuel Miller
Term Start 2006
Term End 2009
Succeeded by Ed Smith[1]

District Samuel Miller
Term Start 2009
Term End 2009

District Samuel Miller
Term Start 2010
Term End 2017
Preceded by Jon Stokes

District Samuel Miller

Biographical Information

Date of birth 1965
Spouse Laurie Strucko
Profession Chief Financial Officer
University of Virginia Health Services Foundation
Campaign $ VPAP
Contributions $ VPAP
Eric Strucko is a former member of the Albemarle County School Board who represented the Samuel Miller District. He previously ran for the County Board of Supervisors in the County's White Hall Magisterial District in 1999 and 2003 before being appointed to the Planning Commission in 2004. He served two-terms, including a year as chair, before winning election to the School Board in 2009.

Strucko ran unopposed in the 2013 election and will serve another term. [2]

Strucko announced in late April 2015 that he is resigning from the school board to take a position at Pennsylvania State University. [3]


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Election history

1999 election

Strucko announced his candidacy for the White Hall district for the Board of Supervisors in late March 1999 and pledged to control growth in Albemarle County. [4]

"If Albemarle County increases its efforts to manage growth than a lot of concerns would disappear," said Strucko, who at the time was the budget director for the UVA Medical Center. He told the newspaper that he opposed plans to develop a big box retail store at the intersection of I-64 and Fifth Street Extended.


2013 election for School Board

Candidate Votes %
Eric Strucko (I) (winner) 4,442 98.27
Write-In 78 1.73
Source: State Board of Elections[5]
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Candidate Eric Strucko
Office Albemarle County School Board, Samuel Miller District
Election year 2013 election
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2009 election for School Board

Candidate Votes %
Eric Strucko (I) 3,656 97.78
Write-In 83 2.22
Source: Albemarle County[6].

Overall voter turnout for Albemarle County in this election was 46.7%[7]. On May 28, 2009, Eric Strucko announced he was seeking election to the Albemarle County School Board to represent the Samuel Miller District to succeed Jon Stokes.

2003 election for Board of Supervisors

On November 4 2003, Strucko was the Democratic candidate for the White Hall seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors and was defeated by Republican David Wyant. [8]

Candidate Votes %
David C. Wyant (R) 2,186 54.42
Eric J. Strucko (D) 1,826 45.46
Write-In 5 0.12
Source: Virginia State Board of Elections[9]

1999 election for Board of Supervisors

Strucko declared his candidacy for the White Hall seat on March 31, 1999, making his speech to a group of supporters who gathered at the Albemarle County Office Building. He ran as an independent during this race and took on Walter F. Perkins. At the time, Strucko ran on a platform of growth management[10].

White Hall Magisterial District

Candidate Votes %
Walter F. Perkins (I) 2,131 54.94
Eric Strucko (I) 1,748 45.06

Memberships

Development Initiative Steering Committee

References

  1. Web. Woodbrook path plan criticized, Brandon Shulleeta, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, January 7, 2010, retrieved 8 Jan 2009.
  2. Web. School Board candidates finalized; No contested races, Andrew Quarles, Charlottesville Tomorrow, June 11, 2013, retrieved June 12, 2013.
  3. Web. Strucko resigns from Albemarle School Board, Tim Shea, Charlottesville Tomorrow, April 29, 2015, retrieved May 5, 2015.
  4. Print: County man makes bid for board, Josh Barney, Daily Progress, Media General April 1, 1999, Page B1.
  5. Web. My County/City>Albemarle County, Virginia State Board of Elections, retrieved November 11, 2013.
  6. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  7. Official Results November 3, 2009 General Election. Schermerhorn, Clarice, Elections Manager, Albemarle County. "Official results." 12 Nov. 2009. E-mail to Charlottesville Tomorrow.
  8. 2003 election results for Albemarle County from the Virginia Board of Elections
  9. "General Election- November 4, 2003." Virginia State Board of Elections. 23 June 2009 <http://www.sbe.virginia.gov/ElectionResults/2003/nov/003.htm>.
  10. George Loper's archive. Josh Barney. 1 Apr 1999. Daily Progress. 19 May 2009.

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