To give my SLANTblog readers, such as they are, a concentrated dose of the mayoral race -- which a lot of people have just gotten around to noticing, because they've been so focused on the national race -- here are links to some of those articles.
Sept. 25: The Mayoral DebateBeyond my Richmond.com coverage there are a few other bloggy sources, in particular, I'd like to point you toward. Reading some of their coverage might help you, if you're one of those undecided voters. These web sites have presented many thoughtful posts on the mayoral race, so look around.
Oct 7: Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders
Oct. 16: Goldman Wins ...
Oct. 22: The Wilder Factor
Oct. 28: Mayoral Issue No.1: Regional Cooperation
Oct. 29: The 15th Debate
Oct. 30: Batter Up! The Return of Baseball as an Issue
Buttermilk & MolassesWhat occurs to me now is that it's a shame there weren't mayoral debates on television this fall. Perhaps it would have helped some candidates more than others. For sure, it would have helped the process of selecting a mayor a lot.
Save Richmond (Updated)
Richmond Good Life (Updated)
Daniel Farrell's video highlights of 3rd Mayoral Debate (at RVANews)
More links to sources for information on the mayoral race are below:
here to go to RealClearPolitics' page for it. At this writing RCP's poll averaging system has Obama ahead by 6.5 percent.