The Collegian
Thursday, August 18, 2022

What's on the ballot in Richmond, and where you can vote

President and Vice President of the United States

Democratic Party -- Barack Obama and Joe Biden

Republican Party -- John McCain and Sarah Palin

Independent Green Party -- Chuck Baldwin and Darrell L. Castle

Libertarian Party -- Bob Barr and Wayne A. Root

Green Party -- Cynthia McKinney and Rosa Clemente

Independent -- Ralph Nader and Matt Gonzalez

U.S. Senate

Mark R. Warner (D)

James S. "Jim" Gilmore III (R)

Glenda Gail Parker (IG)

William B. Redpath (L)

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House of Representatives

Robert C. "Bobby" Scott (D)

Mayor

Robert J. Grey Jr.

Dwight C. Jones

William J. "Bill" Pantele

Lawrence E. Williams, Sr.

Mayoral candidate Paul Goldman dropped out of the race Oct. 21. and backed Dwight C. Jones

City Council

Bruce W. Tyler

School Board

Kimberly M. Bridges

Where You Can Vote

If you are registered in the City of Richmond, your polling place is:

Westhampton Baptist Church

6122 Three Chopt Rd.

Richmond, Va. 23226

How to get there from the university:

Take a right on Three Chopt Road

Left at York Road

Left at Three Chopt./Towana Road

Westhampton Baptist Church will be on the right

If you are registered in a different state, city or county go to your states' Web site to find your polling place. Absentee voters remember that your ballot has to be received by Nov. 4. Of course, you can vote only in one place and you can vote only once.

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