An email sent out this morning by the Friends for Preston Brown for Senate says that Preston Brown will run for the Virginia Senate District 16 seat held by Senator Henry Marsh for almost 20 years.
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Congressman Bobby Scott (D) faces 3 challengers in this year’s election. Since being elected to the seat in 1992, Scott has run unopposed 5 times; none of his 4 challengers have managed more than 31% of the vote. Will Scott get less than 69% of the vote on Tuesday? Will Quigley, Smith, or Kelly garner [...]
The awesome Virginia Public Access Project has added information on this season’s Congressional races. In the 3rd District, incumbent Bobby Scott has more than $100,000 more in the coffers than his Republican challenger (though much less than many of the other incumbent candidates).
Republican candidate Chuck Smith today released a list of 12 “Third District Churches Backing Chuck Smith”, a list which includes 7th District School Board representative Don Coleman and Bishop Darryl F. Husband of Mount Olivet Church. It turns out, though, that at least Coleman has not endorsed Smith and says that he is “offended” by [...]
Joining Libertarian candidate James Quigley and Republican candidate Chuck Smith in a bid to unseat Bobby Scott in November will be John D. Kelly of the Independent Greens of Virginia.
There are at least 2 challengers in the running for Democrat Bobby Scott’s 3rd Congressional District seat this fall: previously announced Libertarian candidate James Quigley and Republican standard-bearer Chuck Smith.
Hampton resident James Quigley has announced that he will challenge incumbent Democrat Bobby Scott for the 3rd District Congressional Seat as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. Rumors have “Urban Conservative” Coby Dillard considering seeking the Republican nomination to run against Scott. Since being elected to the seat in 1992, Scott has run unopposed 5 [...]
Cynthia Newbille will be sworn in as new East End 7th District Councilwoman on Monday, November 9 during the Richmond City Council meeting in Richmond City Council Chambers at City Hall.
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.
Delegate Delores McQuinn will be throwing down at Que Pasa tonight starting at 6:30PM. Delegate Jennifer McClellan will be the bright spot at the Deeds/Wagner/Shannon “party” at the Westin Hotel at 6631 West Broad Street. Any other election night events out there?
To whomever gets elected tomorrow to serve as our new City Council representative, our 2 representatives in the House of Delegate, State Senator, School Board representative, et al: here are some suggestions…
Garry Powell recently sat down for a video interview. Get his background and experience; his take on Housing, Public Safety, Echo Harbor, and Old and Historic Districts; and find out why he has accepted no money for campaign…
The RTD is reporting that Mayor Jones has endorsed Cynthia Newbille in the race for the City Council 7th District seat: “I’m very appreciative of the mayor’s support and am looking forward to working with our mayor,” said Newbille, who served as chief of staff to City Manager Calvin D. Jamison before the city switched [...]