Go to the website (Voter Registration & Elections | Charlottesville, VA) and click on the + sign to the right of “early voting” at the head of the left column. That will bring up a link to Ballot Scout, that can be used to track your ballot. Voters can also access Ballot Scout through the election office facebook and twitter accounts. There are extended hours until 7pm for early voting in person on Thursdays.
Brian Pinkston and Juandiego Wade are our two progressive, compassionate and experienced Democratic city council candidates running together to fully fund our schools, advocate for local small business and demand equity and justice for all.
The Voter Pocket Guide gives you all the info you need to be Vote Ready before you cast your ballot. Download the digital version to your mobile device or the print-and-fold paper version. Get yours here
Lots of questions about School Board election: it is a non-partisan race, and the committee does not endorse candidates. more info
Virtual forum coming up for city school board candidates. Candidates for the Charlottesville City School Board have been invited to a forum that will be taking place on Oct. 14.
The virtual candidate forum will be put on by the Black Parents Association and the Charlottesville City Schools Joint PTO beginning at 6:30 p.m.
- Join us for Taco Tuesdays–canvass for Brian and Juan and the state ticket. We also will have postcards to write. Each week, we meet at 5:00 PM at the big picnic table at IX Park next to Brazo’s. If the weather is iffy or you aren’t arriving at 5 (we may be out canvassing), please call or text Sharon at 434-242-5894.
- Canvassing is the New Brunch: join the City Council campaign every Saturday morning at 10:00 at 2407 JPA to get a walk packet.
- Find all of the state campaign efforts here on mobilize. The campaign has opened an office in Charlottesville on the downtown mall at 407 East Main Street, Suite B to coordinate canvassing.
- Pick Up a Yard Sign