Clarence Kenney is looking for volunteers to help launch a new neighborhood-based baseball program. If you’re interested in helping out, contact Clarence at Sports_Noah@yahoo.com.
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Initial reports from the VA State Board of Elections and city’s results had it right: Cynthia Newbille will be the new City Council 7th District representative, and that Delores McQuinn and Jennifer McClellan will return to the House of Delegates.
In addition to the state-wide races, on November 3rd voters in the East End will be electing a new city council representative for the 7th District and selecting a House of Delegates representative for either the 70th or the 71st districts. Also on the ballot will be uncontested races for Commonwealth’s Attorney, Sherif, and Treasurer.
There will be a meet&greet for council candidates Deanna Lewis & Clarence Kenney and House of Delegates hopeful Henry Otis Brown at It Must Be Heaven (2505 East Broad Street) tonight from 5-7PM.
A recent snapshot poll on this site taken over the past week shows an apparent dead heat among four of the candidates for the City Council 7th District seat, with Lewis, Newbille, Robinson, Powell, and UNDECIDED all grabbing 20% of the vote (give or take). What do the results really indicate?
The amazing Virginia Public Access Project has updated the numbers on the City Council 7th District campaign and the money is beginning to show up (previously)…
Twenty-six people turned out last night to a forum for the 6 candidates running for the City Council 7th District seat at the Robinson Theater sponsored by the Church Hill Association. If you were one of the thousands that couldn’t make it, we’ve got some must-see video for you…
From the Richmond City Hall post for examiner.com, Isaac Graves looks into the reported donations so far in the race for the City Council 7th District seat: The most recent reports on the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP) website shows that the six way race for the open city council seat in the 7th district, […]
Clarence Kenney, candidate in the contest for the open City Council 7th District seat, was fired from his job at the city because he is a candidate: A candidate for Richmond City Council says he was fired from his job with the city last week because he’s running for election. Clarence Kenney doesn’t dispute the […]
A group of about 30 neighbors met this evening at the EDI with the intent of putting together a new civic organization for some portion of the area north of Broad Street. The first half of the meeting included small group discussions on concerns and desires, while the 2nd half was given over to a […]
With just about 3 weeks left to go, word via the city registrar has only Ronald Bond and Clarence Kenney having filed in the race for the City Council 7th District seat. The election page at the Virginia Public Access Project also puts Cynthia Newbille on the ballot for the November 3rd special election to […]
The Richmond Crusade for Voters held a public forum for the candidates for city council Tuesday night at the Military Retiree’s Club at 2220 Sledd Street. Recurring issues among the 18 candidates running for the 9 seats were economic development and affordable housing, with public safety and education coming up as well. From their comments […]