Stories tagged: "Richmond Elections"

FILE - Virginia Del. Lamont Bagby, D-Richmond, speaks during the House session at the Capitol, Feb. 1, 2022, in Richmond, Va. Bagby has defeated two opponents in a firehouse primary to advance to a March special general election for the blue-leaning, Richmond-based 9th Senate District of Virginia. He will face GOP nominee Stephen Imholt. The 9th District seat in the 40-member, Democrat-controlled state Senate is open due to Democratic Sen. Jennifer McClellan’s election to the U.S. House of Representatives last week. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, file)
Candidates Set For March Special Election To Fill McClellan’s Richmond-Based Seat

After a Sunday firehouse primary and canvass, two candidates will face off against each other to replace US Rep.-elect Jennifer McClellan’s seat in the Virginia state Senate. After Sunday’s primary, the candidates are set for a March 28 special election in Virginia’s 9th Senate District: Del. Lamont Bagby will face off against Republican Stephen Imholt....

Richmond Registar's Office Hit by COVID-19
Richmond Electoral Board Removes Registrar

RICHMOND-It happened pretty quickly.

A poll worker stamps a voters ballot before dropping it into a secure box at a ballot drop off location on October 13, 2020.  (Photo by Sergio Flores/Getty Images)
Relocated Polls, Last Minute Notices. What Happened to Richmond’s Election?

RICHMOND-In our debrief of Richmond’s election, yesterday we looked at the problems with ballots in the city.

Virginia Election Sees Record Numbers
Votes Added, Voters Subtracted. What Happened With Richmond’s Election?

RICHMOND-All Richmond residents had a chance to pick their president.

Richmond Registar's Office Hit by COVID-19
90% of Richmond Registar’s Office Quarantined After COVID-19 Outbreak

RICHMOND-The Richmond Registrar’s Office is operating with a four person staff this week, thanks to a COVID-19 outbreak.