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==City Council==
 
==City Council==
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==City School Board==
 
==City School Board==
 
This was the first election for [[Charlottesville City School Board]].  Previously, School Board members were appointed by [[City Council]].
 
This was the first election for [[Charlottesville City School Board]].  Previously, School Board members were appointed by [[City Council]].
{{2006 election/CitySchoolBoard}}<ref>""Local Election- May 2, 2006." State Board of Elections. 23 June 2009 <http://sbe.virginiainteractive.org/may2006/540.htm>.</ref>
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==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 11:16, 5 July 2009

On May 2, 2006 Charlottesville held elections for two seats on the City Council and three seats on the Charlottesville City School Board.

City Council

Candidates Votes %
David M. "Dave" Norris (D) 3,947 38.65
Julian H. Taliaferro (D) 3,745 36.67
Robert S. Schilling (R) incumbent 2,460 24.09
Write-In 60 0.59
Source: Virginia State Board of Elections[1]


Voters could cast two votes, one for each of the two seats available, hence the percentages do not total 100%.[2]

City School Board

This was the first election for Charlottesville City School Board. Previously, School Board members were appointed by City Council.

Candidates Votes %
Edmund R. "Ned" Michie 3,101 24.87
Leah W. Puryear 2,426 19.45
Juandiego R. Wade 2,370 19.01
Susan W. "Sue" Lewis 2,077 16.66
Charles W. Kollmansperger 1,695 13.59
Vance D. High 760 6.09
Write-In 41 0.33
Source: Virginia State Board of Elections[3]


Voters could cast three votes, one for each of the three seats available, hence the percentages do not total 100%.[2]

References

  1. Local Election - May 2, 2006 State Board of Elections. retrieved 5 Jul 2009.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Local Election - May 2, 2006 State Board of Elections. retrieved 5 Jul 2009.
  3. Local Election - May 2, 2006 State Board of Elections. retrieved 5 Jul 2009.