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February 22, 2006

Rob Schilling Announces Re-Election Bid

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Schilling_rob_1 Rob Schilling (R) announced yesterday he will seek re-election to a second term on the Charlottesville City Council.

  • John Yellig has the Daily Progress coverage here.
  • Cville News is talking about it here.
  • Rick Sincere has a copy of the announcement remarks here.
  • Mr. Schilling's website is here.

Charlottesville Tomorrow, a non-partisan organization, will be covering the May 2, 2006 City Council elections and developing a voter guide focusing on land use, transportation, and community design issues.  You can review Charlottesville Tomorrow’s coverage of the 2005 Board of Supervisors election here.

The Democratic nominees will be selected in a mass meeting on Saturday, March 4, 2006, at 1:00 PM in the Burley Middle School Auditorium.  Republican nominees will be selected in a mass meeting on Sunday, March 5th. Our calendar will have the time/place when announced.

Brian Wheeler


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