Due to the nature of Charlottesville’s election systems and liberal lean, the Democratic primary largely determined the outcome of these elections. View Charlottesville’s sample ballot for more details.
View the upcoming election for Charlottesville’s City Council. Three Democrats won the primary and are on the ballot for the general election.
View the upcoming election for Charlottesville’s School Board. Four candidates are on the ballot for the general election.
The county has several interesting elections that will affect the makeup of the county’s main governing body, the Board of Supervisors, as well as the school board, whose elections are attracting significant donations.
These elections will determine who represents the districts of Rivanna, Scottsville, and White Hall.
These elections will determine the school board’s at-large member and the members representing the Rivanna, Scottsville and White Hall districts.
Our state’s government spent $74.9 billion in 2022 and the entirety of the state legislature (40 seats in the Senate and 100 seats in the House of Delegates) are up for re-election. These elections will shape state policy and funding for years to come. Currently, we cover state-level elections that impact representation for Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
View District 11’s upcoming election to decide who will represent Charlottesville (and parts of Albemarle) in Richmond.
After winning this district’s Democratic Primary, Katrina Callsen is running unopposed to represent Charlottesville in the Virginia House of Delegates.
View candidates in the upcoming local election primary.