Alexandria Searls announced her candidacy for the Charlottesville City Council on Saturday, making her the 6th (and likely final) candidate to come forward for the Democratic nomination. Her bio reads: “Emphasizes the preservation of our educational initiatives and of the historic buildings that anchor our communities. A teacher and photographer, she serves on the McIntire Park design committee, the 2002 Virginia Commission for the Arts Grants Panel, and is a member of the Friends of Jefferson School. She is also Co-Chair of Recreation Precinct.”
Full disclosure: This reporter is a candidate for the Charlottesville City Council.