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The 2017 Richmond Power List 

Who has it, how they use it and how it affects the city.

click to enlarge Richmond chief of police Alfred Durham, mayor Levar Stoney and state senator Jennfier McClellan.

Scott Elmquist

Richmond chief of police Alfred Durham, mayor Levar Stoney and state senator Jennfier McClellan.

Power — it’s a tricky word these days. When we here at Style try to define it, we think about who might shape the policies and culture that affect us on the day-to-day level — the people, in other words, who drive change in our city.

Our criteria hadn’t changed much over the years. As we have in the past, we ask several questions: Who can lead and persuade — and who has the social resources — to make things happen? Who are the economic powerhouses, the political change-makers and culture leaders who affect the direction of the city? Our hope for the list is that it’s also a way for us to predict where Richmond is headed in the future.

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