Ward One Candidates’ Forum Tuesday, March 16th

March 15, 2010

Talbot Park Civic League will be holding a Ward One Candidates’ Forum on Tuesday, March 16th, 7:00 pm at the Royster Memorial Presbyterian Church, 6900 Newport Avenue. Candidates Andy Protogyrou, Barbara Saunders and Chuck Brewer will be participating.

The format will be a basic one: Each candidate will answer a few questions about their priorities for Ward 1, the city of Norfolk, their experience and explain why they are qualified to represent the citizens of Ward One.

All are invited to attend.


Barbara Saunders to kick off her campaign for Ward One City Council seat on March 14th

March 3, 2010

 Barbara Saunders will kick off her campaign for the Ward One Council seat  being vacated by the retiring Councilman Don Williams  on Sunday, March 14th, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at the Ocean View Baptist Church Social Hall located at 9504 Selby Place. There are presently three other candidates vying for the Ward One Council Seat, Attorney Andy Protogyrou, retired police officer Chuck Brewer and Ocean View artist, Paul Trice.


Ward One Council candidate Andy Protogyrou’s campaign kick off Monday, February 15th

February 11, 2010

Andy Protogyrou will formally announce his campaign for the Ward One Council seat on Monday, February 15th, 5:30 pm at the AHEPA house behind the Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 7220 Granby Street, Norfolk.  All Ward One voters are invited. R.S.V.P 757-625-1775.

Andy Protogyrou Campaign Kickoff Invitation


“Developing Wards Corner is right at the top of my list”

May 7, 2008

Last night at the Holiday Inn Select, Pilot Online reports, Councilman Barclay Winn said in his victory speech

“Developing Wards Corner is right at the top of my list. And we need to work on making sure real estate assessments are equitable.”

Councilman Winn’s leadership is making a difference in the redevelopment efforts of the Greater Wards Corner Partnership Area. 

Councilwoman Daun Hester also was reelected last night. In recent months, Councilwoman Hester has shown a renewed interest in the redevelopment of our area. Her participation in the Mayor’s Wards Corner Task Force is much appreciated and needed.


Excellent election day post from Vivian Paige’s BLOG

May 6, 2008

Vivian Paige has an excellent BLOG. If you have never seen it, I would suggest you go to http://blog.vivianpaige.com

Vivian J. Paige

Vote today

Posted: 06 May 2008 06:00 AM CDT

VoteLocal elections are being held in Chesapeake, Portsmouth, and Norfolk today. In Chesapeake and Portsmouth, the elections include the mayor, some city council members and some school board members. In Norfolk, council members from superwards 6 and 7 will be elected.

The Virginian Pilot has put together a voter guide with links to the candidate’s bios and answers to certain questions. Video interviews of the mayoral candidates in Chesapeake and Portsmouth are also available. The polls are open from 6am to 7pm.

With all of the coverage of the national race, these local races have been pretty much under the radar, which is a shame. These are the folks who will be making decisions that effect your every day life. All politics is local. Sorry, but the next president isn’t going to be deciding what your real estate tax rate will be or what your water rate will be. The next president won’t be weighing in on a regional transportation authority. These women and men will. Given the dismal turnout for local elections, your vote really does matter. Don’t let the few make the decision for you. Go out and vote.


Superward 6 Council election gets interesting

May 3, 2008

Vic YurkovicThere is now a Write-In Campaign for Vic Yurkovic for the Superward 6 Council seat presently being vied for by on-the-ballot candidates Barclay Winn and Jack Stiles.  Vic Yurkovic is a founding member and Vice Chairman of the Norfolk Tea Party 2. The Write-In Campaign for Vic Yurkovic has a website with complete instructions on how to write-in his name. www.vicforchange.org The City Council Election for Superwards 6 and 7 will be held this coming Tuesday, May 6th, 2008.


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