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Videos - Current Program Year 2022-2023

Should Arlington Change its Government Structure?

Wednesday, September 14, 2022


The basic structure of the five-member Arlington County Board and School Board, all elected at-large, has gone largely unchanged since their inception in 1930, when Arlington's population hovered at 35,000 people.


As the County's increasingly diverse residents approach 240,000, is it time to expand the size of these bodies, elect them by district, or implement ranked choice voting?


The Arlington County Civic Federation's Task Force in Government and Election Reform (TiGER) has been considering these questions. Members of the task force will join us to discuss the pros, cons, and open questions about these and other new ideas.




Allan Gajadhar, TiGER Chair, Immediate Past President, Arlington County Civic Federation

Tannia Talento, Former Arlington School Board Chair, Community Leader & Advocate


County Board & School Board Candidate Forum (In Person)

Wednesday, October 12, 2022


The Arlington Committee of 100 is pleased to present candidates for both the County Board and School Board at our annual candidate forum. The forum provides candidates and members of the community with the opportunity to engage in civil discourse with each other through a moderated question and answer process. The panel was moderated by Washington Post reporter Teo Armus.


County Board Candidates

Audrey Clement (I)

Matthew "Matt" de Ferranti (D) incumbent

Adam Theo (I)


School Board Candidates

James Vell Rives IV

Bethany Z. Sutton