Council candidates seek to differentiate themselves

10/16/2009 7:00 AM by


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…

There is still one more segment to process and upload, in which the candidates respond to “Why should we elect you?”. An entire chunk of time in which it was elicited that most people do not know about the Dillon Rule was not recorded due to technical issues.

The six candidates were seated in two groups by random drawing. From left to right, they were: Clarence Kenney, Garry Powell, Ronald Bond, Deanna Lewis, Robin Robinson, and Cynthia Newbille.

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Candidate Introductions

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Bond and Lewis on Echo Harbor, James River, and Downtown Master Plan

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Robinson, Newbille, Kenney, Powell on Echo Harbor, James River, and Downtown Master Plan

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Candidates were asked, “If you had to leave the race, which candidate would you support?”. Ronald Bond owns this one.

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Candidates were asked, “How would you communicate with your constituents?”

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Ronald Bond on the Dillon Rule

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Ronald Bond on the jail and the Dillon Rule (2)

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A citizen proposes an executive council of association representatives and candidates respond.

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