Significant events that happened (or will happen) on June 12.
- 1962 – Election Day: a rainy day at the polls resulted in the re-election of two incumbents to Charlottesville's City Council and approval of $3 million in bonds for water supply expansion.  ($3M in 1962 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $29M in 2022, an increase of $26M over 60 years.)
- 2020 – Albemarle County School Board issues statement stating they would re-examine the relationship with the Albemarle County Police Department regarding school resource officers in the wake of anti-racist protests 
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- Web. Bond Issue is Approved; Scribner and Ponton win, Ruth Lane, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, June 13, 1962, retrieved September 3, 2022. Print. June 13, 1962 page 1.
- Web. Albemarle County School Board issues statement on SROs in schools, Darnell Myrick, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, June 12, 2020, retrieved June 13, 2020.