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Ladies night: McQuinn, Armstead, Irving sweep Democratic primaries

HOUSE OF DELEGATES 70th DISTRICT

Delores McQuinn handily retains her seat. More on that here →

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TREASURER

The fun parts of this race are: (1) Nobody really knows what the Treasurer does, and (2) former City Council president and former mayoral hopeful Michelle Mosby will be running for Treasurer as an Independent in the fall.

The likely next Treasurer of the city of Richmond, though, is Nichole Ona R. Armstead, having beaten Tavarris J. Spinks in race that was less close than expected.

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SHERIFF

Antoinette Irving has been running against C.T.Woody on the regular since 2009. This year she closed out the polls giving high fives at EDI on 25th Street, and finishes primary day as the new Democratic Party nominee for Sheriff.

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7th District Results

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7th District Precincts

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36 comments

Kanika Bonaparte-Moore 06/13/2017 at 9:15 PM

Yay Nichole Richardson Armstead!!!!

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Samuel Hudson Baker 06/14/2017 at 6:47 AM

Called that one, huh?

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25th Street Michael 06/14/2017 at 12:56 PM

Was glad to see my votes made a difference yesterday. Also enjoyed my brief chat with Sheriff(?) Irving outside of polling station.

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Ballot for sheriff, treasurer will include wacky roster of independents - Church Hill People's News | Richmond, Virginia 06/29/2017 at 7:09 AM

[…] Ona R. Armstead and Antoinette Irving won the Democratic primaries for Treasurer and Sheriff respectively earlier this month. Ned Oliver has word that each will face independent challengers this […]

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There are 4 local races and a Proposition on the ballot this Tuesday - Church Hill People's News | Richmond, Virginia 11/05/2017 at 8:14 PM

[…] V. Irving has been tilting at Sheriff Woody for years, and finally won the Democratic primary this year. Irving grew up in Creighton Court, has a 26+ year career in the Henrico Sheriff’s Office, was […]

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