What a great day we had on May 3. I am both proud of our successful campaign and humbled by such overwhelming results. Thank you.
The Education Association of Norfolk (EAN), an affiliate of the Virginia Education Association, has endorsed state Senator Kenneth Cooper Alexander for Mayor of Norfolk in the election on May 3, 2016.
The Hampton Roads REALTORS® Association announced today that the organization is endorsing Virginia state Sen. Kenneth Cooper Alexander for mayor of Norfolk in the May 3, 2016, city elections.
Norfolk is at a critical juncture with changes in our city's top leadership and the difficult challenges we face. Yet, we also are on the cusp of great and exciting opportunities for the future. I love my hometown, and I love public service. I believe I can offer a unique blend of qualifications that Norfolk needs in its mayor.
The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce Norfolk Division has announced it is endorsing Kenneth Cooper Alexander for mayor of Norfolk in the May 3, 2016 city elections.
Says the paper in its editorial on April 17th - "In the end, Kenny Alexander makes the most compelling case."
Check out our first campaign commercial!
The announcement was made at a reception in Norfolk. More details coming soon.
Congressman Bobby Scott announced today that he is endorsing Virginia state Sen. Kenneth Cooper Alexander for mayor of Norfolk in the May 3, 2016, city elections.
U.S. Senator Timothy Kaine announced today that he has endorsed Virginia state Sen. Kenneth Cooper Alexander for Mayor of Norfolk in the May 3, 2016, city elections.
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner today announced that he has endorsed Virginia state Sen. Kenneth Cooper Alexander for mayor of Norfolk in the May 3, 2016, city elections.
Friends, this week we mark the 50th anniversary of a landmark voting rights case that began right here in Norfolk, Virginia. On March 24, 1966, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the onerous poll tax, declaring: "wealth, like race, creed, or color, is not germane to one's ability to participate intelligently in the electoral process."
My name is Kenneth Cooper Alexander, and I am running to be the next Mayor of Norfolk. I am asking for your support on May 3, 2016.
The Kickoff for Kennth C. Alexander's campaign for Mayor of Norfolk is scheduled for Monday, March 14th at 5:30 PM at the Wyndham Garden Hotel (formerly Golden Triangle), 700 Monticello Avenue downtown.
There are currently more than 1.7 million people in Virginia, including 480,000 children who live in underserved areas, or low-income communities with limited supermarket access. Find out more and see a local news report on the issue of "food deserts."
Our campaign office is now open for business at 848 Granby St., at the corner of Granby and Virginia Beach Blvd.
Here is a televised interview with Senator Kenneth Alexander from VCTA reporting on the midway point of the 2016 General Assembly session.
My legislation (SB9) would amend the Code of Virginia to give the appropriate authorities civil immunity in their attempts to enter a vehicle to rescue a companion animal that is at risk of serious bodily injury or death.
With broad bipartisan support, McAuliffe-backed Virginia Growth and Opportunity Act (SB449), known as Go Virginia, today made it out of the Senate Finance Committee on which I serve.
I am pleased to report that my bill, SB 609 (Academic credit; industry credentials), passed unanimously in the Senate.
Scientists believe that sea levels will be rising in coming decades and that cities such as Norfolk must be made ready. More than $120 million is being awarded to projects in Virginia as part of the National Disaster Resilience Competition, with most of that money going to support two major initiatives in Norfolk. It's a start.
One of the leading voices in Richmond for the effort to properly fund education is Senator Kenny Alexander.
I had the honor to welcome a group of young people who I believe would have made Dr. King very proud.
With the General Assembly convening in less than two weeks, I have been busy meeting with city and state leaders to be sure our legislative priorities are both known and achieved. As a member of the Senate Finance Committee, we will be working through the first state budget to exceed $100 billion.
As I am sure you know, the General Assembly convenes in less than two weeks. This will be an important session that the citizen’s in Norfolk will be watching closely.
One of my priorities as mayor will be to help return Norfolk Public Schools to its status of world-class excellence that our school system enjoyed just a few years ago.
Virginia State Sen. Kenneth Cooper Alexander, 5th District, has announced that he is running for mayor of Norfolk in the May 2016 city elections.