November 2014 local elections

elections_promo_ivote_75x75.gifThree of the southside Hampton Roads cities will have local elections on their ballots this November. The candidate list, as of today, is below. Note that there are special elections in each city – the filing deadline for candidates in those contests is August 15. I will update this list once the final field is set. UPDATED 09/18/14

* – incumbent


Portsmouth City Council Portsmouth School Board
(3 seats available) (3 seats available)
Paige Cherry* Donna Sayegh Charles Bodnar Claude Parent*
Nathan Clark Gary Waters Lynn Briley Cardell Patillo
Michael Green Mark Whitaker Kintrell Devin Linda Ridenour*
William Moody* Joseph Fleming* Ingrid Whitaker
Laura MacIntyre
Special election for 4th seat
Laural Armstrong Sarah Hinds
Suffolk City Council Suffolk School Board
Cypress Borough Holy Neck Borough Cypress Borough Holy Neck Borough
Leroy Bennett Jeffrey Gardy* Lorraine Skeeter* Enoch Copeland*
Charles Brown* Timothy Johnson
Clinton Jenkins
Suffolk Borough Chuckatuck Borough Suffolk Borough Chuckatuck Borough
Donald Goldberg Michael Duman* Michael Debranski* Linda Bouchard*
Kerry Holmes Thelma Hinton Dorothy Gamble
Charles Parr*
Sleepy Hole (special)
Charles Leavell James Perkinson
David Mitnick
Virginia Beach City Council
At Large (2 seats available) Bayside Princess Anne Rose Hall (special)
Murray Davenport Louis Jones* Pieri Burton Beatrice Browder
George Furman Barbara Henley* James Cabness
Brad Martin* Beach Stephen Johnston
John Moss* John Uhrin* Lynnhaven Shannon Kane*
James Wood*
Virginia Beach School Board
At Large (2 seats available) Bayside Princess Anne Lynnhaven
Dorothy Holtz* Clenise Platt William Brunke* Michael Kelly
Alvenia Leboeuf Carolyn Weems* Kimberly Melnyk Carolyn Rye
Ashley McLeod Frances Thompson Gregory Strangways
Robert Melatti* Beach
Gregg O’Neil Sharon Felton
Osmay Torres Samuel Reid*

5 thoughts on “November 2014 local elections

  1. since the Knack’s like to kick incumbents out, I hope your followers will support our brother-in-law, Don Goldberg, in the Suffolk borough.

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