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2020 Virginia Beach City Council election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2020 Virginia Beach City Council election
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5 seats on the Virginia Beach City Council[a]
6 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party Third party
 
Party Republican Democratic Libertarian
Last election 6 seats, 54.5% 4 seats, 36.4% 1 seat, 9.1%
Seats won 3 1 1
Seat change Steady 0 Steady 0 Steady 0

The 2020 elections for members of the Virginia Beach City Council were held on November 3, 2020. Five seats on the council, including the Mayor of Virginia Beach in the 2020 Virginia Beach mayoral election, were up for election in this cycle.[1] While officially nonpartisan, most of the candidates were affiliated with and endorsed by various political parties.[2]

Background

On January 9, 2020, hotel worker C. Conrad Schesventer II announced his campaign for the Virginia Beach City Council to represent the Rose Hall district.[3]

On May 1, 2020, sales representative Mike Anderson declared his candidacy for the Kempsville seat on the City Council.[4] On June 3, 2020, City Council member Michael Berlucchi announced that he would be running for re-election to keep his seat in the Rose Hall district.[5] A day later, retired businessman Garry Hubbard announced his candidacy for the Rose Hall district seat as well.[6] On June 10, 2020, healthcare network support consultant Brandon Hutchins announced that he would be running for the At-Large seat on the council.[7] Nine days later, former delegate from Virginia's 85th house district Cheryl Turpin announced that she would also be challenging council member Berlucchi for his seat in the Rose Hall district.[8]

On July 4, 2020, City Council member Sabrina Wooten announced her re-election campaign for her seat on the council representing the Centerville district.[9] Two days later, financial advisor Bill Dale declared his candidacy for the Kempsville seat on the council.[10] On July 9, 2020, Turpin announced that she was withdrawing from the race due to personal reasons specifically concerning her elderly mother. In a statement, she elaborated on her decision saying, "At this time I must intensify my advocacy on behalf of my mother, who is 87 years old and suffering from cognitive changes, as challenges attached to the current COVID-19 crisis increase."[11] A day later, City Council member Jessica Abbott announced that she would be running for her incumbent seat representing the Kempsville district.[12] Two days after that, funeral director Eric Wray II declared that he would be challenging Wooten for her seat on the council serving the Centerville district.[13]

On July 22, 2020, Lucia Owen, a candidate for an at-large seat on the Virginia Beach City Council, announced that she was withdrawing from the race due to family priorities. She said that she had recently been involved in a car accident and she was currently pregnant and concerned about going out campaigning during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[14] That same day, longtime City Council member Rosemary Wilson announced that she would be running for a sixth term representing the at-large seat.[15]

On August 4, 2020, businesswoman Nadine Marie Paniccia announced that she too would be seeking to challenge council member Wilson for the at-large seat on the council.[16] On September 14, 2020, Anderson announced that he was withdrawing from the Kempsville election.[17]

On November 4, 2020, results confirmed that all five incumbents on the council, including Wilson, Wooten, Abbott, Berlucchi, and Dyer, had won re-election.[18]

Candidates

At-Large

Candidate Experience Logo Campaign announced Party
(Officially nonpartisan)
References

Rosemary Wilson

Virginia Beach City Council Member
(2002–present)
RosemaryWilson2020.png

(Website)

July 22, 2020 Republican [1][15][19][20]

Brandon Hutchins

Healthcare Network Support Consultant
BrandonHutchins2020.png

(Website)

June 10, 2020 Democratic [1][19][7][20]

Nadine Marie Paniccia

Advertising Sales Executive
NadinePaniccia2020.png

(Website)

August 4, 2020 Independent [1][19][16][20]

Withdrew before the election

Candidate Experience Logo Campaign announced Campaign suspended Party
(Officially nonpartisan)
References

Lucia Owen

Digital Marketing Manager
LuciaOwen2020.png

(Website)

Unknown July 22, 2020 Republican [1][19]

Centerville district

Candidate Experience Logo Campaign announced Party
(Officially nonpartisan)
References

Sabrina Wooten

Virginia Beach City Council Member
(2019–present)
SabrinaWooten2020.png

(Website)

July 4, 2020 Democratic [1][19][9][20]

Eric Wray II

Funeral Director
EricWray2020.png

(Website)

July 12, 2020 Republican [1][19][13][20]

Kempsville district

Candidate Experience Logo Campaign announced Party
(Officially nonpartisan)
References

Jessica Abbott

Virginia Beach City Council Member
(2017–present)
JessicaAbbott2020.png

(Website)

July 10, 2020 Libertarian [1][19][12][20]

Bill Dale

Financial Advisor
BillDale2020.png

(Website)

July 6, 2020 Democratic [1][19][10][20]

Withdrew before the election

Candidate Experience Logo Campaign announced Campaign suspended Party
(Officially nonpartisan)
References

Mike Anderson

Architectural/Commercial Sales Representative for Brick Company
MikeAnderson2020.png

(Website)

May 1, 2020 September 14, 2020 Republican [1][4][17]

Rose Hall district

Candidate Experience Logo Campaign announced Party
(Officially nonpartisan)
References

Michael Berlucchi

Virginia Beach City Council Member
(2019–present)
MichaelBerlucchi2020.png

(Website)

June 3, 2020 Republican [1][19][5][20]

C. Conrad Schesventer II

Front Desk Hotel Worker
ConradSchesventer2020.png

(Website)

January 9, 2020 Democratic [1][19][3][20]

Garry Hubbard

Construction Contractor
GarryHubbard2020.png
June 4, 2020 Democratic [1][19][6][20]

Withdrew before the election

Candidate Experience Logo Campaign announced Campaign suspended Party
(Officially nonpartisan)
References

Cheryl Turpin

Delegate from
Virginia House District 85

(2018–2020)
CherylTurpin2020.png

(Website)

June 19, 2020 July 9, 2020 Democratic [1][19][8][11]

Endorsements

At Large

Rosemary Wilson
State legislators
Organizations
  • Hampton Roads Black Caucus[22]
  • Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce[23]
  • Hampton Roads Realtors Association[24]
  • Republican Party of Virginia Beach[25]
  • Virginia Beach Education Association - Political Action Committee of Educators (VBEA-PACE)[26]
  • Virginia Beach Police Benevolent Association, Local 34[27]
  • Virginia Beach Professional Firefighters Local 2924[28]
Brandon Hutchins
U.S. Representatives
State legislators
Local officials
Organizations
  • Mid-Atlantic Pipe Trades Association, Plumbers & Pipefitters Local Union 110[35]
  • Virginia Beach Democratic Committee[36]
Nadine Marie Paniccia
Organizations
  • African American Political Action Council (AA PAC)[37][38]

Centerville district

Sabrina Wooten
Local officials
Organizations
  • African American Political Action Council (AA PAC)[37]
  • Hampton Roads Black Caucus[22]
  • Hampton Roads Realtors Association[24]
  • Mid-Atlantic Pipe Trades Association, Plumbers & Pipefitters Local Union 110[35]
  • Virginia Beach Democratic Committee[36]
  • Virginia Beach Education Association - Political Action Committee of Educators (VBEA-PACE)[26]
  • Virginia Beach Professional Firefighters Local 2924[28]
Eric Wray II
State legislators
Local officials
Organizations
  • Republican Party of Virginia Beach[25]
  • Virginia Beach Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 8[44]
  • Virginia Beach Police Benevolent Association, Local 34[27]
  • Virginia Citizens Defense League PAC[45]

Kempsville district

Jessica Abbott
State legislators
Local officials
Organizations
  • African American Political Action Council (AA PAC)[37]
  • Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce[23]
  • Hampton Roads Realtors Association[24]
  • Republican Party of Virginia Beach[25]
Bill Dale
Organizations
  • Hampton Roads Black Caucus[22]
  • Virginia Beach Democratic Committee[36]
  • Virginia Beach Education Association - Political Action Committee of Educators (VBEA-PACE)[26]
  • Virginia Beach Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 8[47]
  • Virginia Beach Police Benevolent Association, Local 34[27]
  • Virginia Beach Professional Firefighters, Local 2924[28]

Rose Hall district

Michael Berlucchi
State legislators
Local officials
Individuals
  • Beatriz Amberman, Chair of The Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations[53]
Organizations
  • African American Political Action Council (AA PAC)[37]
  • Hampton Roads Black Caucus[22]
  • Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce[23]
  • Hampton Roads Realtors Association[24][54]
  • Republican Party of Virginia Beach[25]
  • Virginia Beach Education Association - Political Action Committee of Educators (VBEA-PACE)[26]
  • Virginia Beach Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 8[55]
  • Virginia Beach Hospitality PAC[56]
  • Virginia Beach Police Benevolent Association, Local 34[27]
  • Virginia Beach Professional Firefighters Local 2924[28]
C. Conrad Schesventer II
Organizations
  • Virginia Beach Democratic Committee[36]

Results

2020 Virginia Beach City Council Election, At-Large (A)[57]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Rosemary A. Wilson 108,723 53.89
Nonpartisan Brandon C. Hutchins 71,577 35.47
Nonpartisan Nadine Marie Paniccia 20,820 10.32
Write-in 649 0.32
Total votes 201,769 100
2020 Virginia Beach City Council Election, Centerville District[57]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Sabrina D. Wooten 102,645 44.90
Nonpartisan Eric V. Wray, II 84,098 54.81
Write-in 542 0.29
Total votes 187,285 100
2020 Virginia Beach City Council Election, Kempsville District[57]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Jessica P. Abbott 116,971 62.38
Nonpartisan William J. "Bill" Dale 70,030 37.35
Write-in 498 0.27
Total votes 187,499 100
2020 Virginia Beach City Council Election, Rose Hall District[57]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michael F. Berlucchi 106,091 57.53
Nonpartisan C. Conrad Schesventer II 50,986 27.65
Nonpartisan Garry B. Hubbard 26,578 14.41
Write-in 752 0.41
Total votes 184,407 100

Notes

  1. ^ Including the Mayor of Virginia Beach's seat on the council which was determined in the 2020 Virginia Beach mayoral election.

References

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  21. ^ Wilson, Rosemary (October 23, 2020). "I am pleased and grateful to have the endorsement of Senator Jen Kiggans for another term on Virginia Beach City Council. #jenkiggens". Facebook. Archived from the original on October 25, 2020. Retrieved October 25, 2020.
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  43. ^ Wray, Eric (October 26, 2020). "What an honor it is, to be endorsed by Virginia Beach Sherriff Ken Stolle! I will always stand with every deputy. #togetherwewin". Facebook. Archived from the original on October 27, 2020. Retrieved October 27, 2020.
  44. ^ Wray, Eric (October 3, 2020). "I'm extremely honored to have just received the endorsement of the Virginia Beach Fraternal Order of Police #8. This collection of Sherriff's & Retired Officers know without question, that I will always have their backs. I am forever humbled and vow to serve you with distinction". Facebook. Archived from the original on October 27, 2020. Retrieved October 27, 2020.
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