Zy Bryant Will Not Run For Charlottesville City Council; Mayor Lloyd Snook Will Seek Re-Election; Tanesha Hudson’s Announcement To Be Determined


Activist and organizer Zyahna Bryant confirmed with The I Love CVille Network on Tuesday that she is not running for Charlottesville City Council in 2023.

Bryant, a University of Virginia student, had previously been linked with a 2023 race by multiple sources around the Charlottesville Democratic Party.

“I am not running for Charlottesville City Council in 2023,” Bryant confirmed with The I Love CVille Network.

Tanesha Hudson, an activist, organizer and current Albemarle County resident, has also been linked to a Charlottesville City Council run in 2023, according to multiple sources in the Charlottesville Democratic Party. Hudson must establish residence in the city of Charlottesville before running for City Council. Hudson has mentioned the 2023 race on Facebook Live.

Hudson did not respond to requests for comment.

Current Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook announced on The I Love CVille Show that he will run for re-election in 2023.

Former Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah Walker has not announced whether she will seek re-election in 2023.

There are three positions on Charlottesville City Council that will be up for re-election next year. Mayor Snook and Councilors Sena Magill and Michael Payne have four-year terms expiring on December 31, 2023.

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