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Lynchburg City Council Member Republican Primary - Fourth Ward

The winner of the Lynchburg City Council Member Republican Primary - Fourth Ward Race will be the Republican Nominee for this office in the November 5 General Election. Any qualified Virginia voter is permitted to vote in races on either the Democratic or Republican Primary Ballot for this Election (but not both, in jurisdictions where both are available). The Democratic Party did not request a Primary Election for this race. Campaign finance details for candidates in this race can be found on the VPAP website.

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    Peter Alexander

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    Chris R. Faraldi

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What are your priorities for the city of Lynchburg's budget for the coming year?

What are the most important issues currently facing the Lynchburg city schools?

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Considering all the progress made and results delivered on a variety of fronts (for our police officers, firefighters, dispatchers, and other front-line employees), in addition to finding continued tax relief for our taxpayers, the greatest priority in this budget was to ensure growth in tax streams without increasing the burden on residents.

Doing so will enable continued support for educators and critical projects that are essential to the growth of our city. It will also mean we are able to protect Sandusky & TC Miller Elementary Schools from a harmful & early closure, too, and that was the final piece in the puzzle for me. Anyone running for Ward IV must recognize how the early closure of these schools most adversely affects Ward IV.
Early Closure of Sandusky & TC Miller (or preventing it), increasing Teacher pay, emphasizing the classroom more than administration, and ensuring parents are front of mind.

We must transition to an elected school board. The closure issue has proven that fact, and I have always said it should be an elected post, not appointed. This will put the parents more directly in charge of the division and ensure greater accountability.