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VaNews for 2019 House of Delegates - District 62 - Regular General and 2019 House of Delegates - District 62 - Regular Primary


Bill proposes regional ‘recovery’ high school

By KRISTI K. HIGGINS, Progress Index (Metered paywall - 10 articles a month)

The Virginia General Assembly is being asked to pilot alternative high-school education for students with dependency issues, and one area legislator is trying to get that school placed in Chesterfield County. First-term Del. Carrie E. Coyner, R-Chesterfield, is sponsoring House Bill 928 to establish a regional “recovery high school” in the county that would serve not just Chesterfield but the entire Tri-City and metro Richmond areas.

VaNews January 23, 2020


Ingram calls Bynum-Coleman's story of not meeting misleading

By MEL LEONOR, Richmond Times-Dispatch (Metered Paywall - 7 articles a month)

Sheila Bynum-Coleman, a Democrat challenging Republican House Speaker Kirk Cox in Chesterfield County, says she first ran for office in 2015 after her then-delegate, Riley Ingram, declined requests to meet with her. But Ingram, R-Hopewell, who represented Bynum-Coleman until court-ordered redistricting in January, says her claim is not the full story.

VaNews October 29, 2019


Dougherty squeaks by in 62nd Democratic primary

By LEILIA MAGEE, Progress Index (Metered paywall - 10 articles a month)

The race for the Democratic nomination in the 62nd House District turned into the closest race of Tuesday night, as Chesterfield budget analyst Lindsey Dougherty appears to have eked out a victory over Tavorise K. Marks. With all 27 precincts reporting, unofficial results had Dougherty winning with 51.8% of the vote to Marks’ 48.2%. By press time, however, no concessions had been made.

VaNews June 17, 2019


2 Dems vie to face Coyner in 62nd District

By MEL LEONOR, Richmond Times-Dispatch (Metered Paywall - 7 articles a month)

The 62nd House District will be represented by a new voice for the first time in 27 years come January with the retirement of Del. Riley Ingram, R-Hopewell, and two district residents are angling for that voice to be a Democrat’s. Chesterfield County employee Lindsey Dougherty and Virginia Health Department employee Tavorise Marks are running for the Democratic nomination in a June 11 primary

VaNews May 27, 2019