Early voting starts Sept. 17 and will continue until Oct. 29. Election Day is Nov. 2. In Albemarle, the three Board of Supervisors and School Board seats up for grabs and uncontested. One Albemarle County resident is waging a write-in campaign for the School Board. In addition to a slew of statewide offices, including Governor, several House of Delegates seats that represent parts of Albemarle County are on the ballot. Our stories about local races in Albemarle County are below. Check back for updates:

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Paige received 71% of the 5,642 votes cast, according to unofficial results posted online Tuesday night.

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Voter turnout was so high in Albemarle County that the county did not have enough ballots for the Nov. 2 general election and had to resort to copying ballots on a copy machine and then rush them to precincts in need.

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Voters in the Samuel Miller district of Albemarle County will decide Tuesday who will represent them on the School Board.

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The majority of local races in Albemarle County and Charlottesville will only have one name on the ballot Nov. 2.

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Brian Pinkston, a Democrat, continued to lead the council candidates in fundraising, bringing in $20,589.45 from Sept. 1 to Sept. 30.

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The latest campaign finance reports cover donations received and expenses incurred from July 1 to Aug. 31.

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Voters in Charlottesville and Albemarle County may cast their ballots starting Friday.

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Priority is to restore the rights of parents

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Graham Paige, of the Samuel Miller District; Kate Acuff, of the Jack Jouett District; and Katrina Callsen, of the Rio District, are all unopposed.

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With no primaries for the House of Delegates in Central Virginia, party candidates received their nominations by default.

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Jim Andrews, running unopposed for the Samuel Miller District seat, raised $25,876 in the first quarter

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Gallaway, a Democrat, represents the Rio District. 

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McKeel, a Democrat, has represented the Jack Jouett District since 2013. 

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Andrews, a retired physicist and attorney, is running as a Democrat for the Samuel Miller District seat.

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Palmer was elected in 2013 and again in 2017, and said she has no plans to seek other offices.