VaNews for Barclay Winn



UPSET IN RACE FOR NORFOLK'S SUPERWARD 6 SEAT USHERS IN NEW ERA FOR CITY COUNCIL

By JOANNE KIMBERLIN , Virginian-Pilot (Metered Paywall - 10 articles a month)

It’s a spot on a city council, but it’s so much more. Voters who swept a fresh face to victory in Superward 6 ushered in a new day in the old seaport city. Out with Barclay Winn – 68, a four-term incumbent, businessman, pillar of the inner circle.

VaNews May 5, 2016



WINN CONCEDES TO MCCLELLAN IN NORFOLK SUPERWARD 6 RACE

By JOANNE KIMBERLIN , Virginian-Pilot (Metered Paywall - 10 articles a month)

It was the biggest upset of Tuesday’s election: A powerful incumbent’s 16-year run toppled by an up-and-comer. “I’m honored and humbled,” said Andria McClellan after she won Barclay Winn’s Superward 6 spot on the City Council.

VaNews May 4, 2016



COMPETITION GROWS FOR NORFOLK COUNCIL SEAT AS WINN LOOKS TO KEEP SPOT

By TIM EBERLY, Virginian-Pilot (Metered Paywall - 10 articles a month)

The battle for City Councilman Barclay Winn's seat is getting crowded. Winn has confirmed he's going to seek re-election in May. That means there are three candidates - all of whom enjoy a degree of name recognition and have held key seats in local government - vying for the Super Ward 6 seat.

VaNews October 27, 2015



NORFOLK LEADERS SAY VOTERS SENT WINN A MESSAGE

By HARRY MINIUM, Virginian-Pilot (Metered Paywall - 10 articles a month)

When City Councilman Barclay C. Winn was re-elected Tuesday in Superward 6 by a 21-point margin, Mayor Paul Fraim called the result a "confirmation of all we have done." Winn called it "a clear mandate" for the city's political leadership.

VaNews May 7, 2012



NAVY VETERAN WEIGHING RUN FOR NORFOLK COUNCIL SEAT

By JILLIAN NOLIN, Virginian-Pilot (Metered Paywall - 10 articles a month)

Navy veteran John Amiral is considering challenging Councilman Barclay C. Winn for his seat this year. Amiral, who ran unsuccessfully for the 87th House District in 2009 as a Republican, recently updated his campaign website and Facebook page to reflect his possible intention to run for Superward 6.

VaNews February 14, 2012



NORFOLK CAMPAIGN STARTS TONIGHT; VOTING SIX MONTHS OFF

By HARRY MINIUM, Virginian-Pilot (Metered Paywall - 10 articles a month)

The campaign for two superward City Council seats gets under way tonight, though voters won't go to the polls for six months. Councilman Barclay C. Winn, who represents half the city, will announce tonight that he is seeking re-election to Superward 6, which covers Ghent, Larchmont, Ocean View and much of the northern part of the city.

VaNews November 10, 2011