Delegate Runs for Richmond Mayor
Del Dwight Clinton Jones (D-Richmond) announced yesterday that he will run for mayor of Richmond.
L. Douglas Wilder, Richmond's current mayor and the nation's first black governor, has hinted that he will run for re-election despite a string of bad publicity lately.
Jones leads the Legislative Black Caucus, which has seen unprecedented power in the last few
Supporters at his announcement included Richmond area Democratic Dels. Franklin P. Hall, Joseph D. Morrissey and Jennifer L. McClellan.
Jones is the third person to announce a run for mayor this November. The filing deadline is June 10.
April 17, 2008; 2:09 PM ET
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