Democrats win campaigns because ordinary folks like you help out.
The best cure for worrying about the news? Actually doing something to change it. Whatever your time constraints or comfort zone, there are lots of ways to pitch in.
You can help knock on doors in the Charlottesville area. Or you can help staff the Albemarle Dems table during early voting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Virginia’s newly redrawn 11th Senate District, which includes Albemarle and Charlottesville, the Democratic candidate is Senator Creigh Deeds.
In Virginia’s newly redrawn 54th House District, which includes part of Albemarle County, the Democratic candidate is Katrina Callsen.
In Virginia’s newly redrawn 55th House District, which includes parts of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Louisa and Nelson Counties, the Democratic candidate is Amy Laufer.
Albemarle County Board of Supervisors:
- Bea LaPisto-Kirtley for the Rivanna District
- Ann Mallek for the White Hall District
- Mike Pruitt for the Scottsville District
Albemarle County School Board:
- Rebecca Berlin for the White Hall District
- Judy Le for the Rivanna District
- Ellen Osborne for the Scottsville District
- Allison Spillman for the At Large seat
Albemarle County Sheriff Chan Bryant and Circuit Court Clerk Jon Zug are both running for re-election.