SCOTTSVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Donna Price kicked off her campaign for the Scottsville District seat of the Albemarle County Supervisors on Saturday at the Scottsville Farmers’ Market. Price said she plans to talk to as many voters as possible throughout the campaign. Although she feels Albemarle County is well governed, more can be done.

"I do feel those of us that live in the more rural areas, our voices are not head quite as much as those who live up closer to Charlottesville or in the city for example so what I want to do is I want to bring good governance to the entire county,” said Donna Price, Scottsville District candidate.

Price is running as a Democrat. She said she plans to use her 40+ years of public service to build a consensus.


'Donna Price for Scottsville Supervisor' Press Release:

Retired U.S. Navy Captain and practicing attorney Donna Price will officially launch her campaign for the Scottsville Magisterial District seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors at 10:30 a.m. this Saturday, June 1st, at the Scottsville Farmers’ Market, 125 Fleet St, Scottsville, VA 24590.

Following the launch, Price will begin her canvassing efforts in the Cale Precinct. Price plans to talk to as many voters as possible throughout the campaign and said: “What connects my views on all of the issues facing our district is my abiding belief that our community is strongest when everyone’s needs are heard and considered.”

Price said, “Basically, public service is my life.” Price is running as a Democrat and plans to use her 40-plus years of public service in order to build consensus. Price emphasized the need for healthy and sustainable growth in the district, following the County’s Comprehensive Plan in order to maintain the district’s local appeal, character, and rural beauty. She also listed affordable housing, Pre-K education, improved infrastructure, preventative health care and emergency services as important issues.

Price picked the Scottsville Farmers’ Market to launch her campaign because of her ties to the local community and her commitment to representing those who have been and felt left out. Price said, “I live squarely in the middle of the District, and my connections are with Scottsville, my hometown.”