By David Hylton
The city of Richmond has a full ballot on Tuesday with voters choosing a new mayor, spots for City Council, School Board member and a House seat.
The mayor's race has eight candidates on the ballot: Jon T. Baliles*, John F. "Jack" Berry, Bobby A. "BJ" Junes, Joseph D. Morrissey, Michelle R. Mosby, Levar M. Stoney, Bruce W. Tyler*, and Lawrence E. Williams. (*Baliles and Tyler dropped out of the race, but their names will still be on the ballot.)
All nine districts in the city have races for City Council and School Board.
- District 1: Andreas D. Addison, Jonathan M. Cruise, Harry H. Warner Jr.
- District 2: A.S. "Charlie" Diradour, Kimberly B. Gray, Rebecca "K. W." Keel
- District 3: Milondra B. Coleman, Dorian O. Daniels, Hassan J. Fountain, Chris A. Hilbert
- District 4: Timothy E. Grimes, Kristen Nye Larson, Larry A. Olanrewaju, Jeff B. Thomas Jr., Johnny S. Walker
- District 5: Parker C. Agelasto, Montigue T. Magruder, Garrett L. Sawyer
- District 6: Donald L. Moss III, Ellen F. Robertson
- District 7: Cynthia I. Newbille, Josh M. Williams
- District 8: Amelia E. Lightner, Reva M. Trammell
- District 9: Leon Benjamin Sr., Michael J. Jones, Germika T. Pegram, Marcus Omar Squires
- District 1: J.E. Dawson Boyer, Liz B. Doerr
- District 2: J. Scott Barlow, Mariah L. White
- District 3: Jeff M. Bourne, Jessee M. Perry, Kevin A. Starlings
- District 4: M. Barrett Hardiman, Irvine Lee Reaves Jr., Sean M. Smith, Jonathan M. Young
- District 5: Patrick M. Sapini, Mamie L. Taylor
- District 6: Felicia D. Cosby, Shonda M. Harris-Muhammed
- District 7: Nadine D. "Marsh" Carter, Kirsten Y. Gray, Richard S. "Rick" Tatnall
- District 8: Dawn C. Page, Tia Simone Redd, Christopher J. Woody Sr.
- District 9: Linda Baker Owen
And voters will choose between A. Donald McEachin (Democrat) and Michael L. "Mike" Wade for the 4th District House seat.