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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…
Conservative Floyd Mays very recently announced his write-in challenge to incumbent Don McEachin in Tuesday’s election for State Senate District 9.
There is an election next week, sort of. Only one of the incumbents has a major party challenger, 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.
There will not be a primary election held in the City of Richmond on Tuesday, August 23, 2011. Only one candidate filed for each office for which a primary was called. In such cases, that candidate becomes the party nominee and their name automatically appears on the ballot for the November general election.
The RTD is reporting that Richmond area developer and Fan maven, Charlie Diradour (most recently of Baseball on the Boulevard/Friends of Richmond Baseball ’fame’), will announce on Tuesday (the 15th) his intentions to challenge Republican incumbent Eric Cantor for the 7th District US House of Representatives Seat. The seat is up in a November 2010 election. […]