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Jon Baliles, son of former Virginia Gov. Gerald L. Baliles, is seriously considering mounting a bid for Tyler’s [1st District] seat, according to a number of sources close to Baliles. Baliles is not confirming the potential bid, but he acknowledges that there has been talk of his taking on Tyler for the seat.
The Southside community blog Hills and Heights is reporting that Lee Shewmake will also be in the running for the 5th District City Council seat, joining David Gammino in the attempt to unseat the incumbent Marty Jewell.
Richmond developer and contractor David M. Gammino has formed a campaign organization to challenge Jewell in November [...] Gammino, 47, is a resident of Byrd Park who is owner of City & Guilds, a general contracting firm and developer that rehabilitates and adapts old buildings for new uses. He filed a statement of organization Dec. [...]
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.
The RTD provides a look at the 2 candidates (Maurice Henderson and Cherrelle Hurt) in the upcoming special election to fill the river-straddling 5th District School Board seat vacated by Betsy Carr.
Election Day in the Museum District/West of the Boulevard area is Tuesday, Nov. 6. Our neighborhood is represented in the House of Delegates 68th District. The three way race is being run by incumbent Katherine Waddell (Ind.), former City Council President Manoli Loupassi (R), and William “Bill” Grogan (Ind.). The Museum District Association hosted a [...]