Delegate Delores McQuinn (70th District) will be holding a series of Town Hall Meetings to update citizens on laws passed in the last session of the General Assembly.
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A community tribute and prayer vigil in memory of Apostle Anthony L. Taylor will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, March 30 at 6:30PM: We will assemble at Chimborazo Park located at Chimborazo and Broad Street. Community leaders reflecting, remembering and celebrating the life of Apostle Anthony L. Taylor. We will leave Chimborazo Park proceeding down Chimborazo […]
The next 7th District community meeting with Cynthia Newbille will be held on Saturday, March 27th at 10AM at the Peter Paul Development Center (1708 North 22nd Street). Agenda includes: the 2010 State Budget being presented by Delegate Delores L. McQuinn, 70th District; 2010-City of Richmond Budget Overview; the Real Estate taxes; Questions and Answers […]
The Richmond City Council Slave Trail Commission will meet on Thursday, November 19 from 4-5:30PM at the East End Family Resource Center (2504 Jefferson Avenue). Richmond City Council Slave Trail Commission to meet: Topics include partnership with Smithsonian Museum, Shockoe Bottom and historic markers All citizens are invited and encouraged to attend.
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?
The folks at WCLM RADIO 1450AM have launched The Heart and Soul of the City, a new monthly print publication. The October 2009 (PDF) and November 2009 (PDF) issues are chock full of local detail and politics, including the current races in the 7th District and House of Delegates: It’s been rumored that Senator Henry […]
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.
WCVE Public Radio 88.9FM will host a Live Radio Forum on Thursday, October 22nd from 7-9PM. Budget Shortfalls, The Transportation Crisis, School Cuts, Medicaid, Foreclosures, Unemployed Virginians, High College Costs… These are just some of the issues that will face the 2010 Virginia General Assembly. Hear what candidates for the House of Delegates in the […]
Eleven months into her tenure representing the 70th District in the House of Delegates, Democrat Delores McQuinn will be defending her seat against a challenge by Independent candidate Henry Otis Brown. No changes since March in the 71st: Independent Persinger v Democrat McClellan.
A guest post by Deanna Lewis. According to a recent review of the The Virginia Public Access Project, Margaret Freund, owner of Fulton Hill Properties, has been donating and raising a lot of cash for former 7th District Councilwoman and current State Delegate, Delores McQuinn.
The deadline to file petitions to get on the ballot for the City Council 7th District contest this November is Tuesday, June 9 August 21, 2009. Cynthia Newbille has made clear her intent to run for the position. Has anyone put their name forward? What does the 7th District need in a representative?
Found recently on the city site, a list of members of Richmond City Council from 1948-present (PDF) puts names and dates to some of the recent political history of the city. In the 32 years since the switch to the 9 Districts, the 7th District has had 3 elected representatives and 3 short-term appointed representatives.