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Wild times in Culpeper

The Culpeper County supervisors must have felt like they were chasing their tails trying to make sense of the definitions in the new county animal code.  County Attorney Roy Thorpe was telling the board that they should update the county ...

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Congressional race still uncertain

According to the numbers, Democrat Tom Perriello now has the slimmest of leads over incumbent Republican Virgil Goode in the back-and-forth vote count battle for Virginia’s 5th congressional seat.  But the numbers differ depending on the source, as reported by ...

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McDonnell’s view of the election

If you’re not on Republican Attorney General Bob McDonnell’s political e-mail list, you might have missed his take on the election. After the perfunctory congratulations to and pledges to work with the winners, he acknowledges, “Yesterday in Virginia was a ...

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McDonnell’s view of the election

If you’re not on Republican Attorney General Bob McDonnell’s political e-mail list, you might have missed his take on the election. After the perfunctory congratulations to and pledges to work with the winners, he acknowledges, “Yesterday in Virginia was a ...

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Hold those overseas ballots, judge says

U.S. District Judge Richard L. Williams ordered Virginia officials to protect any overseas ballots arriving after 7 p.m. on Election Day pending the resolution of a lawsuit filed by the McCain campaign. William H. Hurd, a Richmond lawyer representing the ...

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