Re-Elect Ann Mallek on Nov 7th!

Ann Mallek speaks at the county office building

Core beliefs in our sense of place, civility, and communication guide my work to represent the citizens of the White Hall district.

Local politics has a powerful influence on your everyday quality of life. The structure of local government should provide equal access and equal protection. I believe in public service and the fairness and voice it should provide to ALL citizens.

I have experience delivering long-planned projects to completion, including the Crozet Library, Airport Roundabout, Jarmans Gap Road, Advance Mills Bridge, and the roundabout for traffic safety at Rt 151 and Rt 250.

Come learn about the 250/240/680 roundabout. Join me at the design public hearings on Sept 19 & 21.

Ann with family and campaign signs

Albemarle County is well managed financially, one of only 49 counties of the 3033 in the US with a triple AAA bond rating for six years. Albemarle has received the Government Finance Officers Association’s highest level award for more than 19 years. These are indicators that taxpayer money is spent carefully and accounted for.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 7. Join us to protect the future of this wonderful place we live. 

I ask for your vote on Nov 7th!

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