Gov. Dwight Jones? 

Why Richmond's mayor missed a prime opportunity to run for Virginia's highest office.

When I was co-writing changes to the city charter to allow for the election of a mayor at large in the early 2000s, the following seemed self-evident to me: Any popular mayor, able to be pictured by campaign consultants as balancing…

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