Yasmine Washington was an independent candidate for Charlottesville City Council in the 2021 election.  She initially run as a Democrat but opted to run as an independent after not qualifying for the ballot. 
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|Juandiego Wade (D)||11,730||42.51|
|Brian Pinkston (D)||10,161||36.82|
|Yasmine Washington (I)||3,482||12.62|
|Nikuyah Walker (I)||1,928||6.99|
|Source: Virginia State Board of Elections|
Voters could cast two votes, one for each of the two seats available, hence the percentages do not total 100%. Walker withdrew from the race but was still listed on the ballot
- Web. Regular council meeting watcher Yas Washington wants a seat at the dais, Charlotte Rene Woods, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, February 25, 2021, retrieved February 27, 2021.
- Web. Democratic field for City Council finalized; Hill not running for re-election, Ginny Bixby, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, March 29, 2021, retrieved March 30, 2021.
- Web. Pinkston and Wade to fill city council seats, Macy Moors, News Article, CBS19 News, November 3, 2021, retrieved November 17, 2021.
- Web. ELECTION RESULTS: Wade, Pinkston win Charlottesville City Council, Paige keeps Albemarle County School Board seat, Charlotte Rene Woods & Jessie Higgins, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, November 2, 2021, retrieved November 17, 2021.
- Web. Wade and Pinkston win City Council seats, WINA Staff, News Article, Newsradio 1070 WINA, retrieved November 17, 2021.
- Web. [ 2021 November General Results - Albemarle County], Virginia Department of Elections, November 17, 2021, retrieved November 17, 2021.
- Web. Watch Now: New City Council candidate says now is the time to get involved, Bryan MacKenzie, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, February 28, 2021, retrieved March 1, 2021.