May 4

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Significant events that happened (or will happen) on May 4.


  • 1982 – 5,835 Charlottesville residents went to the polls for referendum on changing City Council by adding two new members and switching to a ward-based system for four of the seats. The measure failed on a vote of 3,382 against the idea and 2,453 in favor. [1]


  1. Web. Letter from Booker Reaves to Circuit Court Clerk regarding advisory referendum, Booker Reaves, Letter, Charlottesville Electoral Board, May 6, 1982, retrieved October 12, 2017.