Robert S. Johnson

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Robert S. Johnson was a Republican member of the Charlottesville City Council who was elected in the June 14, 1966 election. Johnson did not complete his four-year term of office.

At the new city council organizational meeting held on September 1, 1966, on a motion by the outgoing mayor, Lindsey B. Mount and seconded by "Dutch" Vogt, Johnson was appointed Vice-President (vice-mayor) to serve with Burkett A. Reynolds elected president of the council (mayor) at this same meeting. [1] Johnson left office before the next organizational meeting held on September 3, 1968. [2]

1966 election

City Council

Candidates Votes %
Robert S. Johnson (R) 2,456 57%
Gunther "Dutch" Vogt (R) 2,400 55%
William R. Hill (D) 2,006 46%
John E. Trevilian (D) 1,766 40%
Source: City of Charlottesville[3]

Each voter could vote for up to two candidates.

  • CITY COUNCIL - 2 Available Seats. [4]

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