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School Board Member

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Richmond.com
422 East Franklin Street Suite 302
Richmond , Virginia 23219
United States

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    2nd District School
  • Member, Board of Visitors
    George Mason Elementary School
  • Member, Board of Visitors
    George Mason

Education

  • law degree
    George Mason University
Web References
Charles Nance: School Board ...
www.richmond.com, 29 Sept 2004 [cached]
Charles Nance: School Board member Charles Nance will begin walking campaign
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School Board member Charles Nance will begin walking campaign.
Current School Board member Charles Nance wants your vote and he may be knocking on your door to get it.
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Charles Nance, who recently set up a political action committee, has unofficially announced that he will run for mayor.Although, the new measure that allows Richmonders to elect their mayor has passed through the General Assembly, the bill must still pass the scrutiny of the Justice Department.Nance says he is "definitely doing it."
The 2nd District school board member says he plans to be a big proponent of education first and foremost but has other platform issues including increasing safety in the city and honest and efficient use of city resources.
"We cannot fix the city's problems until we fix the schools," Nance said."Our schools are a primary tool to address issues and social problems in the city."
He added he wants the city to stop putting aside the need for adequate schools and find a way to make education in Richmond a priority.Nance himself is a product of Richmond's public school system having attended Southside's Southampton, Westover School and George Wythe.Nance went on to receive his undergraduate education at William & Mary College and a law degree at George Mason University.
After college, Nance went on to work as a legal assistant at the U.S. House of Representatives before settling on practicing law.He also served on the Board of Visitors at George Mason.
After spending 20 years away from Richmond, Nance brought his family back in 1994 where he has established a law firm that specializes in estates and trusts.More recently, in 2002, Nance won a spot on Richmond's school board.
Nance, who wants to restore the public's confidence in some of the most basic things such as responsible spending, wants to end "paygo" and City Council?s discretionary capital spending if he is elected.
The 53-year-old is, so far, the first to announce that he is running for the mayor-at-large office.In addition to his other platforms, Nance said he sees it necessary to establish better regional relationships.
"We only talk to Chesterfield County when we need money," he noted.
Richmond.com - Feature Story: "Keeping up with the Race" for 08/05/2004
www.myrichmond.com, 5 Aug 2004 [cached]
Nance to step down from School Board; candidates file qualifying signatures
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Mayoral candidate and 2nd District School Board member Charles Nance told Richmond.com Wednesday in an exclusive interview that he will resign from his School Board position in September so that he can completely focus on his campaign.
"I've been quietly exploring the mechanics of resigning from office to campaign full-time beginning in mid-September," Nance said.
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On the campaign front, Nance said he turned in over 1,000 qualifying petition signatures to the City Registrar's Office over the past month.Over the past weekend, Nance's staff had to scramble to get additional signatures in the 5th, 6th, 7th and 9th districts.The extra signatures were needed because Nance was told by the City Registrar's Office that some of the signatures were not officially certified for one reason or another.
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"What did they (Mayor Rudolph McCollum, Lawrence Williams and Nance) do fighting for reform over the last two years?
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LAST TIME: Williams goes door to door, fifth candidate drops out, Nance recognizes schools.
Richmond City Watch :: View topic - Meet the candidates
www.richmondcitywatch.com, 8 Jan 2003 [cached]
School Board member Charles Nance will begin walking campaign. Current School Board member Charles Nance wants your vote and he may be knocking on your door to get it.
Robb Crocker Richmond.com Friday May 7, 2004
Charles Nance, who recently set up a political action committee, has unofficially announced that he will run for mayor.Although, the new measure that allows Richmonders to elect their mayor has passed through the General Assembly, the bill must still pass the scrutiny of the Justice Department.Nance says he is "definitely doing it."
The 2nd District school board member says he plans to be a big proponent of education first and foremost but has other platform issues including increasing safety in the city and honest and efficient use of city resources.
"We cannot fix the city's problems until we fix the schools," Nance said."Our schools are a primary tool to address issues and social problems in the city."
He added he wants the city to stop putting aside the need for adequate schools and find a way to make education in Richmond a priority.Nance himself is a product of Richmond's public school system having attended Southside's Southampton, Westover School and George Wythe.
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Nance went on to receive his undergraduate education at William & Mary College and a law degree at George Mason University.
After college, Nance went on to work as a legal assistant at the U.S. House of Representatives before settling on practicing law.He also served on the Board of Visitors at George Mason.
After spending 20 years away from Richmond, Nance brought his family back in 1994 where he has established a law firm that specializes in estates and trusts.More recently, in 2002, Nance won a spot on Richmond's school board.
Nance, who wants to restore the public's confidence in some of the most basic things such as responsible spending, wants to end "paygo" and City Council?s discretionary capital spending if he is elected.
The 53-year-old is, so far, the first to announce that he is running for the mayor-at-large office.In addition to his other platforms, Nance said he sees it necessary to establish better regional relationships.
"We only talk to Chesterfield County when we need money," he noted."Some think there is no reason to look beyond Richmond."
Nance's solution to alleviate regional strain would be to informally meet monthly on social level.
As far as Nance's stance on the downtown stadium issue he says he's "keeping an open mind."He doesn't want to see the city spend more money than it would have on the Diamond.Although he acknowledges the stadium move will be a big election topic, he wants to avoid the buildup saying he won't "get distracted by it."
Don't be surprised if Nance knocks on your door or you see him walking around in your neighborhood.He says he is about to launch his walking campaign of Richmond.
"I'm starting from the Southside and covering as much of the city as I can by foot until November," he said."I'll be going door-to-door campaigning.
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Mayoral candidate and 2nd District School Board member Charles Nance told Richmond.com Wednesday in an exclusive interview that he will resign from his School Board position in September so that he can completely focus on his campaign.
"I've been quietly exploring the mechanics of resigning from office to campaign full-time beginning in mid-September," Nance said.
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On the campaign front, Nance said he turned in over 1,000 qualifying petition signatures to the City Registrar's Office over the past month.Over the past weekend, Nance's staff had to scramble to get additional signatures in the 5th, 6th, 7th and 9th districts.The extra signatures were needed because Nance was told by the City Registrar's Office that some of the signatures were not officially certified for one reason or another.
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"What did they (Mayor Rudolph McCollum, Lawrence Williams and Nance) do fighting for reform over the last two years?
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Charles Nance and Technology
According to Mayoral candidate Charles Nance, the first debate of the four mayoral candidates between Nance, Mayor Rudolph McCollum, former Gov.
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"Wilder strategist Paul Goldman has put off several civic groups which wanted to schedule joint candidate appearances, including such friendly groups as the Near West Neighborhood Teams, on the theory that his candidate doesn't need the exposure," Nance said.
Richmond.com - Feature Story: "Wilder Wins!" for 11/03/2004
stage.richmond.com, 3 Nov 2004 [cached]
More than 75 percent of voters in each district chose Wilder over his three challengers, including runner-up and incumbent Mayor R.C. ‘Rudy McCollum Jr., former 2nd District School Board member Charles C. Nance and local architect Lawrence E. Williams Sr.
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By the time Wilder declared his running, Nance had been in the race for a month.
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In the face of vigorous opposition from McCollum, and a healthy effort from Nance, Wilder ran a fairly subdued campaign throughout.
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Nance, who was on hand during the later stages of the Wilder victory party, said he was excited about the changes Wilder intends to make.
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