Republican candidates were selected at the 2021 Republican Convention on May 8th. Democratic candidates were selected through the 2021 Democratic Primary on June 8th. Gubernatorial Candidates Terry McAuliffe – Democratic Glenn Youngkin – Republican For a full list of Gubernatorial candidates read more here. Lieutenant Governor Hala Ayala – Democratic Winsome Sears – Republican ForContinue reading “2021 Primary Election Results”
Richmond Together prepared candidate questionnaires to help inform your vote for Richmond City Sheriff and the Commonwealth Attorney. The Richmond City Sheriff serves a four-year-term. They are responsible for nearly 500 sworn and civilian staff members, the operations of the Richmond City Justice Center (RCJC), the safety and security of the general public, and theContinue reading “2021 Primary Candidate Questionnaires From Richmond Together”
Upcoming Elections June 8th Democratic Primary Last day to register is May 17th Early voting begins April 23rd, ends June 5th May 8th Republican Convention November 2nd General Election Last day to register is October 11th September 18th early voting begins, ends October 30th This year there will be elections for the Governor of Virginia.Continue reading “2021 Virginia Gubernatorial Election”
Throughout the months of the Spring semester, school board members have been discussing and planning out the reopening of Richmond public schools in the Fall. Here is an overview on what discussions were done and what decisions have been made so far. Prior to the Fall 2020- Spring 2021 academic year, RPS created a sectionContinue reading “RPS Fall 2021 Reopening Plans – #ReopeningWithLove 2”
On March 15, the School Board voted to maintain the traditional calendar for the 2021-2022 school year, but move forward with the year-round calendar for the 2022-2023 year. Along with the reopening plan for RPS, the year-round school proposal has had heated discussion for the past few months among school board members, teachers, and parentsContinue reading “Year-round schooling for RPS”
This school boarding meeting was meant to be scheduled for the 15th, but as it was a holiday, the meeting was held on the 16th. When asked whether anyone wishes to amend the agenda, Dr. Harris-Muhammed speaks up, asking to remove year-round schooling from the budget and discussion until substantial change has been made toContinue reading “School Board Meeting – February 16, 2021”
UR Now highlighted the voting resources as well as post-election programming for the Spider community.
It took an extra day, but Mayor Levar M. Stoney finally could claim victory in his bid for re-election to a second, four-year term. Based on unofficial results released Wednesday, the mayor won the most votes citywide, and in six of the nine council districts, to outdistance his four challengers. Read more in the RichmondContinue reading “Mayor Stoney claims victory”
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