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City of '''Charlottesville Elected Officials''' include the City Council, Constitutional Officers, School Board and several other elected officials.
 
City of '''Charlottesville Elected Officials''' include the City Council, Constitutional Officers, School Board and several other elected officials.
 
==Members of the City Council==
 
==Members of the City Council==
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# [[Wes Bellamy]]
 
# [[Wes Bellamy]]
 
# [[Kathy Galvin]]
 
# [[Kathy Galvin]]
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# [[Mike Signer | Michael Signer]]
 
# [[Mike Signer | Michael Signer]]
 
# [[Nikuyah Walker]], mayor  
 
# [[Nikuyah Walker]], mayor  
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[[Members of the Charlottesville City Council]] serve four-year terms. The mayor and vice-mayor are chosen by the City Council to serve for two years.
 
[[Members of the Charlottesville City Council]] serve four-year terms. The mayor and vice-mayor are chosen by the City Council to serve for two years.
 
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==Constitutional Officers==
 
==Constitutional Officers==
 
The Constitution of Virginia sets out the five locally-elected officials commonly referred to as “constitutional” officers. <ref>http://sfc.virginia.gov/pdf/General%20Gov/2010%20Session/012610%20Bill's%20Overview%20of%20Constitutional%20Officers'%20Funding.pdf</ref>
 
The Constitution of Virginia sets out the five locally-elected officials commonly referred to as “constitutional” officers. <ref>http://sfc.virginia.gov/pdf/General%20Gov/2010%20Session/012610%20Bill's%20Overview%20of%20Constitutional%20Officers'%20Funding.pdf</ref>
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# Sheriffs
 
# Sheriffs
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[[James E. Brown III]]
 
[[James E. Brown III]]
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# Commonwealth’s Attorneys
 
# Commonwealth’s Attorneys
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  [[Joseph D. Platania]]
 
  [[Joseph D. Platania]]
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# Clerks – Often called “Circuit Court Clerks”
 
# Clerks – Often called “Circuit Court Clerks”
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[[Llezelle A. Dugger]]  
 
[[Llezelle A. Dugger]]  
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# Commissioners of the Revenue
 
# Commissioners of the Revenue
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[[Todd Divers]]
 
[[Todd Divers]]
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# Treasurers
 
# Treasurers
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[[Jason Vandever]]
 
[[Jason Vandever]]
  
 
Three un-elected offices are included among the “constitutional officers” as extensions of these five:  
 
Three un-elected offices are included among the “constitutional officers” as extensions of these five:  
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# Sheriff - Regional Jail Officers
 
# Sheriff - Regional Jail Officers
 
# Treasurer - Directors of Finance
 
# Treasurer - Directors of Finance
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==School Board Members==
 
==School Board Members==
# [[James Bryant]] (interim)<ref> https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title24.2/chapter2/section24.2-226/</ref>
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# [[James Bryant]]
 
# [[Sherry Kraft]], Board vice Chair
 
# [[Sherry Kraft]], Board vice Chair
 
# [[Lisa Larson-Torres]]
 
# [[Lisa Larson-Torres]]
# [[Amy Laufer]]
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# [[Edmund R. "Ned" Michie|Ned Michie]] (Interim) <ref>{{Cite-progress|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/education/michie-tapped-to-fill-interim-city-school-board-seat/article_ce567ea6-3644-11e9-9e5b-3bb1c4ffb251.html|title=Michie tapped to fill interim city School Board seat|author=Katherine Knott|publishdate=|accessdate=}}</ref>
 
# [[Jennifer McKeever]]
 
# [[Jennifer McKeever]]
 
# [[Leah Puryear]]
 
# [[Leah Puryear]]
 
# [[Juandiego Wade]], Board Chair
 
# [[Juandiego Wade]], Board Chair
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The [[Charlottesville City School Board]] is made up of seven members elected to at-large seats on November ballets. School board members serve four-year staggered terms that begin the following January. The chairperson and vice-chairperson are elected by the entire board to serve for one year.
 
The [[Charlottesville City School Board]] is made up of seven members elected to at-large seats on November ballets. School board members serve four-year staggered terms that begin the following January. The chairperson and vice-chairperson are elected by the entire board to serve for one year.
  
 
==Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District Directors==
 
==Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District Directors==
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# [[Joe Thompson]] (appointed to succeed the late Bill Lucy)
 
# [[Joe Thompson]] (appointed to succeed the late Bill Lucy)
 
# [[Clement (Kim) Tingley]]
 
# [[Clement (Kim) Tingley]]
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===State representatives===
 
===State representatives===
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* Delegate [[David J. Toscano]] represents the 57th district, made up of the city of Charlottesville and part of Albemarle County.
 
* Delegate [[David J. Toscano]] represents the 57th district, made up of the city of Charlottesville and part of Albemarle County.
 
* Senator [[Creigh Deeds]] has represents the 25th district which consists of Charlottesville and portions of Albemarle, Charlottesville, Rockbridge, Nelson, Alleghany, Buena Vista, Lexington, Covington, Bath, and Highland counties.
 
* Senator [[Creigh Deeds]] has represents the 25th district which consists of Charlottesville and portions of Albemarle, Charlottesville, Rockbridge, Nelson, Alleghany, Buena Vista, Lexington, Covington, Bath, and Highland counties.
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State delegates and senators are elected to the [[Virginia General Assembly]].
 
State delegates and senators are elected to the [[Virginia General Assembly]].
  
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[[image:5th District.JPG|right|250px|right|thumb|Virginia's 5th District (VA5)]]
 
[[image:5th District.JPG|right|250px|right|thumb|Virginia's 5th District (VA5)]]
 
[[image:Virginia 5th District.JPG|right|250px|right|thumb|Virginia's 5th District (VA5)]]
 
[[image:Virginia 5th District.JPG|right|250px|right|thumb|Virginia's 5th District (VA5)]]
Congressional representative [[Thomas Garrett]] represents Virginia’s Fifth District in the U.S. House of Representatives which includes Charlottesville and the city of Danville as well as 18 entire counties and portions of 3 counties. Covering just over 10,181 square miles, the Fifth District is larger in area than six US states.
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Congressional representative [[Denver Riggleman]] represents Virginia’s Fifth District in the U.S. House of Representatives which includes Charlottesville and the city of Danville as well as 18 entire counties and portions of 3 counties. Covering just over 10,181 square miles, the Fifth District is larger in area than six US states.
  
 
====Senate of Virginia====  
 
====Senate of Virginia====  
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''''Refer also to [[City of Charlottesville Ten Year Election Calendar & Schedule]] article''''.
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''''Refer also to [[Boards and Commissions]]''''appointments.
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'<nowiki/>'''Refer also to [[Boards and Commissions]]''''appointments.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
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Revision as of 16:57, 20 March 2019

City of Charlottesville Elected Officials include the City Council, Constitutional Officers, School Board and several other elected officials.

Members of the City Council

  1. Wes Bellamy
  2. Kathy Galvin
  3. Heather Hill, vice-mayor
  4. Michael Signer
  5. Nikuyah Walker, mayor

Members of the Charlottesville City Council serve four-year terms. The mayor and vice-mayor are chosen by the City Council to serve for two years.

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Constitutional Officers

The Constitution of Virginia sets out the five locally-elected officials commonly referred to as “constitutional” officers. [1]

  1. Sheriffs

James E. Brown III

  1. Commonwealth’s Attorneys
Joseph D. Platania
  1. Clerks – Often called “Circuit Court Clerks”

Llezelle A. Dugger

  1. Commissioners of the Revenue

Todd Divers

  1. Treasurers

Jason Vandever

Three un-elected offices are included among the “constitutional officers” as extensions of these five:

  1. Sheriff - Regional Jail Officers
  2. Treasurer - Directors of Finance
  3. Commonwealth’s Attorney - Regional Drug Prosecutors

School Board Members

  1. James Bryant
  2. Sherry Kraft, Board vice Chair
  3. Lisa Larson-Torres
  4. Ned Michie (Interim) [2]
  5. Jennifer McKeever
  6. Leah Puryear
  7. Juandiego Wade, Board Chair

The Charlottesville City School Board is made up of seven members elected to at-large seats on November ballets. School board members serve four-year staggered terms that begin the following January. The chairperson and vice-chairperson are elected by the entire board to serve for one year.

Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District Directors

  1. Joe Thompson (appointed to succeed the late Bill Lucy)
  2. Clement (Kim) Tingley

Note: Local office holders elected at a November General Election, take office January 1. Elected bodies reorganize after that date, typically at their first regular meeting.

Other Elected Officials

State representatives

  • Delegate David J. Toscano represents the 57th district, made up of the city of Charlottesville and part of Albemarle County.
  • Senator Creigh Deeds has represents the 25th district which consists of Charlottesville and portions of Albemarle, Charlottesville, Rockbridge, Nelson, Alleghany, Buena Vista, Lexington, Covington, Bath, and Highland counties.

State delegates and senators are elected to the Virginia General Assembly.

U.S. Congress

Virginia's 5th District (VA5)
Virginia's 5th District (VA5)

Congressional representative Denver Riggleman represents Virginia’s Fifth District in the U.S. House of Representatives which includes Charlottesville and the city of Danville as well as 18 entire counties and portions of 3 counties. Covering just over 10,181 square miles, the Fifth District is larger in area than six US states.

Senate of Virginia

Senator Mark Warner and Senator Tim Kaine represent the Commonwealth of Virginia in the U.S. Senate

References

'Refer also to City of Charlottesville Ten Year Election Calendar & Schedule article'. 'Refer also to Boards and Commissions'appointments.

External Links