Sally Hudson


Sally Hudson is a teacher, economist, and community organizer running for the 57th District in Charlottesville and Albemarle County. As an Assistant Professor at UVA, Sally teaches statistics and studies some of the most pressing economic challenges of our day, from workforce development to student debt. She is also a dedicated election reform advocate and founder of FairVote Virginia, a cross-partisan coalition working to revive democracy via ranked choice voting. Sally is an active volunteer with OneVirginia2021, a champion for campaign finance reform, and leader in Women of the Fifth, a Charlottesville-based progressive grassroots group.


On The Issues



Charlottesville and Albemarle are facing the fastest rising health insurance premiums in the country, and we can’t wait for a federal solution to our local problem. State leaders need to step up and expand public health insurance options so that every Virginian has access to quality, affordable healthcare.


Our climate crisis is already here. Charlottesville is a hub for innovative energy firms, and we should be leading the way to a clean energy future. It’s time to retire outdated fossil fuel infrastructure and say no to fracked gas pipelines.


Virginia’s lax election laws let corporations run the show in Richmond. We need to empower voters over donors so that every Virginian’s voice can be heard. There are easy steps, like automatic registration and early voting, but we have to think bigger. Reforms like ranked choice voting and independent redistricting will help revive a real, representative democracy.





I am grateful for the backing of so many community leaders who serve Charlottesville, Albemarle County, and the Commonwealth at large.


Ned Gallaway, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors
Heather Hill, Charlottesville City Council
Sherry Kraft, Charlottesville School Board
Diantha McKeel, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors
Jennifer McKeever, Charlottesville School Board
Rick Randolph, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors
Lisa Torres, Charlottesville School Board
Juan Diego Wade, Charlottesville School Board
Nikuyah Walker, Mayor of Charlottesville
Del. Sam Rasoul (D-Roanoke)
Del. Debra Rodman (D-Henrico)
Del. Schuyler VanValkenburg (D-Henrico)

Virginia Daugherty, Mayor of Charlottesville
Amy Laufer, Charlottesville School Board
Nancy O'Brien, Mayor of Charlottesville
Kay Slaughter, Mayor of Charlottesville
Dede Smith, Charlottesville City Council and School Board
Kristin Szakos, Charlottesville City Council

Leslie Cockburn, 2018 Congressional Candidate
Josh Cole, HD-28 Candidate
Ben Cullop, 2018 Congressional Candidate
Brent Finnegan, HD-26 Candidate
Tim Hickey, HD-59 Candidate
Jim Hingeley, Commonwealth's Attorney Candidate
R.D. Huffstetler, 2018 Congressional Candidate
Jennifer Kitchen, HD-25 Candidate
Michael Payne, Charlottesville City Council Candidate
Andrew Sneathern, 2018 Congressional Candidate
Kellen Squire, 2017 HD-58 Candidate
Lauren Thompson, HD-25 Candidate

Indivisible Charlottesville

Buzz Becker
Matthew Christensen
Kristin Clarens
Tim Cunningham
Nancy Damon
Kay Leigh Ferguson
Don Gathers
Charlotte Gibson
Brennan Gilmore
Patty Haling
Holly Hatcher
Fred Hudson
John Kluge
Josh Krahn
Kathryn Laughon
Christine Mahoney
John Edwin Mason
Nathan Moore
Karen Moran
Emily Morrison
Cynthia Neff
Andy Orban
Paige Perriello
Jalane Schmidt
David Shreve
Sonjia Smith
Maggie Thornton
Abby Tanenbaum Guskind
Seth Wispelwey

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