Ned Gallaway

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Ned Gallaway
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Ned Gallaway

District Rio District
Party Democratic
For term to start 2018
Term End 2021
Incumbent Brad Sheffield

District At-Large
Term Start 2012
Term End 2015
Preceded by Harley L. Miles
Succeeded by Jonathan “Jonno” Alcaro

Term Start 2014
Term End 2014
Preceded by Steve Koleszar

Biographical Information

Alma mater Ohio University

Ned Gallaway is a former at-large member of the Albemarle County School Board and a candidate in 2017 for the Democratic nomination for the Rio District seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. [1]

Public service

Gallaway ran unsuccessfully for election to the Albemarle County School Board in November 2009 from the Rio District. He was also one of four finalists selected by the board to serve as a replacement for the at-large seat vacated by Brian Wheeler[2], a position ultimately filled by Harley L. Miles. Gallaway has also served as president of the Dunlora Community Association[citation needed].

He did not seek reelection in 2015. Instead, he ran for the state Senate seat held by Bryce Reeves. [3] He was unsuccessful. [4]

2011 election for School Board

Candidate Votes %
Ned Gallaway (I) (winner) 10,057 49.39
Cindi Burket (I) 9,420 46.26
Joseph Oddo (I) 843 4.14
Write-In 42 0.20
Source: State Board of Elections[5]

2009 election for School Board

Candidate Votes %
Pam Moynihan Incumbent 2,528 56.08
Ned Gallaway 1,971 43.72
Write-In 9 0.20
Source: Albemarle County[6].

Overall voter turnout for Albemarle County in this election was 46.7%[7].

References

  1. Web. Gallaway to seek Rio seat on Board of Supervisors, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, March 3, 2017, retrieved March 6, 2017.
  2. Web. Albemarle School Board Picks 4 Finalists for Wheeler's Seat, staff reports, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, 10 Sept. 2010, retrieved 10 Sept. 2010..
  3. Web. Albemarle School Board chair to run for state senate, Tim Shea, Charlottesville Tomorrow, Maty, retrieved May 5, 2015.
  4. Web. Republican Reeves re-elected to Virginia senate, Bryan McKenzie, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, November 3, 2015, retrieved November 5, 2015.
  5. Web. My County/City>Albemarle County, Virginia State Board of Elections, retrieved 29 Nov. 2011.
  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.