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Bill Robertson

Bill Robertson is elected to the Prince George Board of Supervisors.
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Rick Morris

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Riley Ingram

Riley Ingram is elected to Virginia's 62th District of the House of Delegates
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Riley Ingram
VA House of Delegates
For 62nd District

Riley Ingram for VA House
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Delegate Riley Ingram

Riley IngramRiley has served in the Virginia House of Delegatessince 1992. He serves as Chairman for the House Counties, Cities and Towns Committee and Chairman of the Appropriations Committee’s Capital Outlay Subcommittee. He also sits on two other Appropriations Subcommittees -- Compensation and Retirement; and the Health and Human Resources Subcommittee -- and he is also a committee member of Privileges and Elections.

Riley graduated from Prince George High School. He was a Letter Carrier for nine years at the Hopewell Post Office and has been the Owner/Broker of Ingram & Associates Real Estate Company, Inc.for 38 years. He lives in Hopewell and has three grown children, Tracy Ingram, Stacy Ingram Hanson and Riley Ingram, Jr. He has five grandchildren:Taylor and Parker, Brinkley, Dylan and Drake. He attends Hopewell Church of the Nazarene.



Redistricting changes to local legislative landscape


( Progress Index - Published: August 8, 2011 )

For many residents of the Tri-Cities, the redrawing this year of General Assembly districts will mean changes in representation. Here's a look at who's being affected:

In the 62nd district, the territory represented by Del. Riley E. Ingram (R-Hopewell) has shifted to the northwest, adding the section of Chesterfield County east of U.S. Route 1 from just north of Colonial Heights to state Route 288, as well as some territory west of U.S. 1 and north of state Route 10 between Chester and Dutch Gap. In addition, he will pick up the area around Chesterfield Courthouse and the county airport.

At the other end of the district, however, Ingram will no longer represent any of Prince George County except part of Fort Lee and the small area wedged against the Appomattox River north of Fort Lee between Hopewell and Petersburg. He will also retain the west side of Hopewell, where he lives.

The majority of Prince George residents will be joining newly elected Rick Morris in the 64th district.







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