The ballot for local elections in Albemarle County has been set for Nov. 5, pending certification by the state.
Board of Supervisors
Candidates are seeking three open seats on the six-member Board of Supervisors.
Democrat Bea LaPisto Kirtley, who won the primary race earlier this week, will not have a challenger for the Rivanna District seat.
In the Scottsville District race, Republican Mike Hallahan, an attorney, is running against Democrat Donna Price, an attorney and retired U.S. Navy captain.
In the White Hall District race, incumbent Ann H. Mallek, a Democrat, is running against Republican Steve Harvey, outreach director for the 5th Congressional District and a retired U.S. Army aviator.
Candidates have filed to run in each of the four races for Albemarle’s School Board.
Three candidates have filed in the Rivanna District: Juliana Arsali, Nina Kaplan and Judy Le.
Only Ellen Osborne, the executive director of Literacy Volunteers, is seeking the Scottsville District seat.
Incumbent David Oberg will seek re-election to the White Hall District seat.
Incumbent Jonno Alcaro and Anne Oliver have filed to run for the at-large seat.
The other three School Board seats are not up for election this year. All candidates file without party affiliation.
In the race for county sheriff, Chan Bryant, who won in the Democratic primary race Tuesday, will run against independent Ronnie Roberts, who is currently the Town of Louisa police chief.
Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert Tracci, a Republican, is being challenged by Democrat Jim Hingeley, a University of Virginia adjunct professor and former public defender, in his bid for re-election.
Incumbents Steven Meeks and Lonnie Murray are running for the two director spots for the Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District board.