Three seats on the Charlottesville City Council were available in the June 11, 1968 general election. Seven candidates were on the ballot. The top three vote-getters were Joseph W. Wright Jr., Kenneth E. Davis and Mitch Van Yahres.
|Joseph W. Wright Jr. (R)||2,448||42.1%|
|Kenneth E. Davis (R)||2,359||40.6%|
|Mitchell Van Yahres (D)||2,296||39.5%|
|Lois Mothes (R)||2,160||37.1%|
|Henry Floyd Johnson (I)||2,141||36.8%|
|Collett M. Thach (D)||2,129||36.6%|
|Geraldine A. Meyung (D)||2,069||35.6%|
|Source: City of Charlottesville|
Each voter could vote for up to three candidates.
In November, voters were also asked whether serving mixed-drinks should be allowed in Charlottesville restaurants.
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- Web. Election Results for June 11, 1968, City of Charlottesville, retrieved September 4, 2022.