(There is one week to go until party primaries. Midnight was the deadline for candidates seeking office in Virginia to file their latest campaign finance reports. The Virginia Public Access Project has compiled the latest reports for activity between April 1 and June 8.)
There are no contested primaries in Albemarle County, but two of the magisterial districts in Albemarle County will have contested races in November.
In the Rivanna District, incumbent Bea LaPisto-Kirtley raised $800 from three people during the period and spent $381 to wind up with a balance of $8,253.
Independent T.J. Fadeley is seeking to win the seat. He began the period with $1,140 and raised $4,500. He had ten donations higher than $100. Fadeley spent $2,853 to end with a balance of $2,786.
School Board member Judy Le is currently unopposed in the district as she seeks a second term. She raised $500 and spent $38 to end up with a balance of $461.
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