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Group claiming to represent educators makes surprise endorsements, raising questions about its political advocacy; commonwealth’s attorney reviewing complaint

Ed. — This story originally appeared in the Friday, Nov. 15, print edition. The VBTA has not responded to requests for information detailed below. BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE VIRGINIA BEACH –  Early on Election Day, state Del. Barry Knight, R-81st District, drove… Continue Reading

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2019 Virginia Beach Elections: Questions for candidates for Virginia Beach Treasurer

THE INDEPENDENT NEWS Ed. — The following are responses to questions posed by The Independent News to candidates for Virginia Beach Treasurer in the special election on Tuesday, Nov. 5. Answers to our questions in this series generally are not edited, aside… Continue Reading

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Henderson defeats Atkinson in GOP primary for nomination in Virginia Beach city treasurer’s race

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE GREAT NECK — Leigh Henderson, who was sworn in as city treasurer in late December following the resignation of John T. Atkinson, is now the Republican nominee for that office after besting Atkinson’s son during a primary on… Continue Reading

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2019 Virginia Beach Elections: Questions for Republican primary candidates for city treasurer

THE INDEPENDENT NEWS Ed. — The following are responses to questions posed by The Independent News to candidates in the Tuesday, June 11, Republican primary to become the party’s nominee for city treasurer. The answers to our questions in this series… Continue Reading

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Political Notebook: Just say no to politicking during Pungo Strawberry Festival; everybody runs for Congress in N.C.; basket of power

THE INDEPENDENT NEWS Gather round, candidates for local offices that are on the ballot this year, and let Notebook tell you a tale of tempted fate and little red plastic hats with stickers on them. A few years ago, U.S.… Continue Reading

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Political Notebook: Bare walls in the Virginia Beach mayor’s office (but give it time); primary matchups set

THE INDEPENDENT NEWS Bobby Dyer has been the mayor of Virginia Beach since November, but his office on the second floor of City Hall is still looking a little spare. Of course, it has been a busy, odd time for… Continue Reading