Tag: amy jackson

Letter to the Editor: Musing on the election results

To the editor: With great interest, I read the Alexandria Times June 14 editorial, “June Madness,” and I have a few comments: I don’t think it’s fair...

Vice Mayor Justin Wilson wins Democratic nomination for mayor

By Alexa Epitropoulos and Missy Schrott Change was the story of Tuesday night’s Democratic primary. Vice Mayor Justin Wilson unseated incumbent Allison Silberberg when he won...

Election 2018: All you need to know before heading to the...

By Mae Hunt | mhunt@alextimes.com After months of campaigning from mayoral candidates and council hopefuls, Alexandria voters will decide the Democratic nominees for mayor and...

Alexandria Times announces city council endorsements

For the first time in years, close campaigns are being simultaneously waged for Alexandria mayor and city council, with the outcomes to be determined...

Letter to the Editor: Why I support Amy Jackson

To the editor: I’m writing to explain why I support Amy Jackson for city council and encourage others to do the same in the June...

New candidate announces run for council

Shortly before the deadline to run for council as a Democrat arrived, Old Town resident Chris Hubbard threw his hat in the ring.  Hubbard officially...

Nonprofit leader announces council run

Elizabeth Bennett-Parker, co-director for nonprofit Together We Bake, announced Tuesday that she would run for council. Bennett-Parker, who is from Alexandria and resides in...

Navy vet, Old Town resident announces council campaign

Matt Feely, an Old Town resident, announced his candidacy for council to the Alexandria Democratic Committee last week. Feely, a retired supply corps captain with...

My View: Why I’m running for city council

By Amy Jackson I see Alexandria in two lights: the past and the future. In the past, Alexandria has always been very good to me. I...

Robert Ray discusses campaign for city council

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com Robert Ray’s city council run revolves around community. Ray is the the second-generation owner of Cavalier Antiques in Old Town, and...
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