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Election Special: Charlottesville City Council interviews
Charlottesville City Hall

On Tuesday, November 8th, Charlottesville residents go to the polls to fill three seats on the city council. Following a "firehouse primary" in August, the Democratic Party is forwarding three candidates (including one incumbent). Competing against them are four Independents who hope to pull of a win in a heavily Democratic city.

WTJU News recently spoke with each candidate, and Lewis Reining and Nathan Moore sat down to chat about the upcoming election. Download the full audio or listen to it here:




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