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NPR’s All Things Considered visits Church Hill in looking at Virginia’s role as a swing state in the upcoming presidential election.
Longtime local activist and Church Hill resident Rick Tatnall is the first candidate to announce that he’ll run for Richmond mayor. Tatnall, 54, says he felt compelled to run for office because the city urgently needs to overcome its inertia and develop a long-term plan. “We can’t allow four more years of what’s going on [...]
This year Richmonders will be voting at the local level for city council, school board, and mayor. Candidates have until summer to officially get on the ballot; here is a look at where we start off 2012…
There were no surprises in yesterday’s election.
There is an election next week, sort of. None of the incumbents have major party challengers, and half of the ballot is running unopposed. This is a travesty, and I encourage you to: 1) vote for the opposition, 2) write in a challenger if none exist.
You can’t vote for him, but E. Wayne Powell, “born and raised in Church Hill“, announced recently that he will run as a Democratic Party candidate against Rep. Eric Cantor for the Virginia 7th Congressional seat.