Burkett A. Reynolds
Burkett A. Reynolds was elected to the Charlottesville City Council in the 1964 election. At the time, he had been a member of the Charlottesville Planning Commission and a member of the Citizen's Advisory Committee. 
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At the time of his election to Council in 1964, Reynolds was the vice president and operation manager of Virginia Trailways as well as vice president of the Virginia Bottling Company. 
|Bernard J. Haggerty (D)||2,274||72.8%|
|Burkett A. Reynolds (D)||2,145||68.7%|
|Lindsey B. Mount (D)||1,927||61.7%|
|John H. Knight (R)||1,573||50.4%|
|Alfred P. Samuels, Jr (I)||142||4.5%|
|Source: City of Charlottesville |
Each voter could vote for up to three candidates.
- Web. Haggerty Leads Democrats to Victory in Council Race, Karl Runser, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, June 10, 1964, retrieved September 3, 2022. Print. June 10, 1964 page 1.
- Web. Election Results for June 9, 1964, City of Charlottesville, retrieved September 3, 2022.