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VaNews for 2016 Hampton City Mayor (At Large) - Regular General



THE KEY TO TUCK'S WIN IN HAMPTON? HE LISTENS

By RYAN MURPHY, Daily Press (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

Mayor George Wallace was bested in commanding fashion in Tuesday's mayoral race by challenger and council agitator Donnie Tuck – an upset that some say they saw coming from miles away and others were surprised by. Tuck's appeal in different parts of the city and the election's turnout seem to have been important to helping him rake in nearly 60 percent of the vote to Wallace's 40 percent.

VaNews May 5, 2016



DONNIE TUCK UNSEATS INCUMBENT HAMPTON MAYOR GEORGE WALLACE

By RYAN MURPHY, Daily Press (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

Donnie Tuck will be the next mayor of Hampton after a decisive victory in Tuesday’s election over sitting Mayor George Wallace.

VaNews May 4, 2016



HAMPTON MAYOR, COUNCIL CANDIDATE FUNDRAISING DOWN THIS YEAR

By RYAN MURPHY, Daily Press (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

Local campaign fundraising is down for Hampton mayoral and City Council candidates this year compared to recent elections, but thousands of dollars are still churning through many local campaigns. Mayor George Wallace, running for re-election, has more than double the cash on hand as his challenger, council member Donnie Tuck, according to the Virginia Public Access Project, which tracks campaign financing in Virginia.

VaNews May 2, 2016



HAMPTON MAYOR WALLACE TAKES ON TUCK IN CONTENTIOUS CANDIDATE FORUM

By RYAN MURPHY, Daily Press (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

Mayor George Wallace was on the offensive Thursday night at the Southern Christian Leadership Conference candidates forum, taking repeated swipes at his opponent, Councilman Donnie Tuck.

VaNews May 2, 2016



MAYORAL, COUNCIL CANDIDATES TACKLE CRIME AT OLDE WYTHE FORUM

By RYAN MURPHY, Daily Press (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

oncerns about crime were front and center for Hampton City Council hopefuls at the Olde Wythe Neighborhood Association candidate forum on Tuesday night at Armstrong Elementary School. Candidates' answers to questions about rising crime rates fell into two overarching categories: community involvement and funding police.

VaNews May 2, 2016