• How Levar Stoney hopes to sprint past Morrissey, Berry

    "I think he’d make a great mayor, I think he really means what he says, he wants the city to get better."

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  • Baliles Back Stoney

    "'My endorsement of Levar Stoney for mayor comes down to my belief that he best represents the next generation of leadership for our city that will work collaboratively with others to make the best decisions,'" Baliles said in a statement." 

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  • Levar Stoney says mayor's role 'is to bring people together'

    "'We need to bring government to the people'," said Stoney. He said it's important for the mayor and other city officials to be visible no matter what part of the city they're in.  

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  • Marsh, McCollum Back Stoney

    "Richmond mayors Henry Marsh and Rudy McCollum endorsed Levar Stoney’s bid for mayor at a news conference held Tuesday morning in Church Hill. Marsh, 82, served as the city’s first African-American mayor from 1977 to 1982. He also served in the Virginia General Assembly from 1992 to June 2014, when he retired. In its next mayor, Marsh said, Richmond needs someone who can bring the city together, not a fighter..." 

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  • Former Richmond Mayors Marsh and McCollum Endorse Stoney

    "Two former Richmond mayors endorsed former Secretary of the Commonwealth Levar Stoney on Tuesday: Henry Marsh and Rudy McCollum. Marsh, the city's first black mayor, said it's time to pass the torch to a new generation of leaders."

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  • Meet The Candidate: Levar Stoney

    Levar Stoney began his political career in Virginia’s Democratic party, was tapped by governor McAuliffe to be the secretary of the commonwealth and is now hoping to serve the residents of Richmond.

     

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  • Richmond Mayoral Candidate Interview: Levar Stoney

    "I’m a people person. Some people are born with certain abilities, some are great athletes, others are great scholars. My 'superpower' has always been my ability to communicate, collaborate, and motivate people. As mayor, I will be a leader who shares my 'superpower' with RVA by bringing folks together to tackle our challenges and take us to the next level."

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  • Anne Holton Endorses Levar Stoney For Mayor Of Richmond

    "Anne Holton, wife of Tim Kaine, the Democratic nominee for vice president, is endorsing Levar Stoney for mayor of Richmond. Holton and Stoney previously worked together in Gov. Terry McAuliffe's Cabinet...Holton was secretary of education and Stoney was secretary of the commonwealth...Kaine is a former Richmond mayor. He and Holton have lived in Richmond for 32 years. Holton also lived in the Executive Mansion in her youth as a daughter of Gov. Linwood Holton."

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  • Field Notes: Holton Endorses Stoney

    Add Anne Holton’s name to the list of prominent Virginia Democrats who have endorsed Levar Stoney for Richmond mayor. Holton, Virginia’s former secretary of education, announced her support for the former secretary of the commonwealth in a campaign release on Monday.

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  • Anne Holton Endorses Levar Stoney For Richmond Mayor

    Mayoral candidate Levar Stoney picked up another political endorsement. Anne Holton, former Virginia Secretary of Education, endorsed Levar Stoney for Mayor.

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