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GOP questions fundraiser

Virginia Republicans have a beef with Gov. Timothy M. Kaine’s plans to raise a little cash for the Democratic party next month.  As this Washington Post blog reports, GOP leaders are considering filing a complaint about the $200-a-head inaugural ball ...

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Perriello wins, again

The recount court has proclaimed Democratic challenger Tom Perriello the victor over Republican incumbent Virgil Goode in the recount of the vote in Virginia’s 5th Congressional District. “Having determined that Tom S. Perriello has received the highest number of votes, ...

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ACLU supports disgruntled Gloucester citizens

The ACLU of Virginia thinks those angry Gloucester County citizens who tried to oust four county supervisors should not be penalized for their activism.  The ACLU is announcing that it will consider coming to the citizens’ defense if they are ...

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Woman arrested for McCain T-shirt

After three free expression advocacy groups filed a civil suit to overturn Virginia’s campaign button ban on behalf of two Obama supporters, now comes word that a voter in Madison County actually was arrested and charged after refusing to cover ...

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Moran will give up house seat as he runs for Governor

Del. Brian J. Moran, D-Alexandria, today resigned from the House of Delegates to run full-time for governor.  Moran is in a three-way race for the Democratic nomination.  As noted by The Washington Post, there is no indication yet of a ...

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Patent lawyer Muldoon to challenge Bolling

Patrick C. Muldoon, who live in Giles County and practices patent law in Washington, DC, has launched an uphill battle for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor.  The Roanoke Times points out the incumbent, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling already has strong party support ...

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Patent lawyer Muldoon to challenge Bolling

Patrick C. Muldoon, who live in Giles County and practices patent law in Washington, DC, has launched an uphill battle for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor.  The Roanoke Times points out the incumbent, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling already has strong party support ...

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