Category Archives: Elections and voters

Our Calendar for June 2017

The Primary Election:  Mark your calendar to vote in the Democratic primary, Tuesday, June 13, 2017! That is next week, so don’t forget!  If you can’t be here to vote on the 13th, you can vote absentee during regular business hours this … Continue reading

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Virginia Election Data Project: more voter registrations are coming through the Virginia Department of Elections citizen portal on line

(News release from The Virginia Department of Elections, May 17, 2016) RICHMOND, VA – The Virginia Department of Elections (the Department) released the Virginia Election Data Project, a collaborative effort with local election officials and the State Board of Elections … Continue reading

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Reorganization in December, 2015

The Call to Caucus will be posted on this web page. If you are a resident of Bristol, Virginia, and are a Democrat, please come out to join us. We will be meeting on December 14th at the Bristol Virginia … Continue reading

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Find your polling place and vote

by Sarah Williams Where do I go to vote? Who should I vote for? Hopefully you have done your homework and understand the ballot! Here in Bristol I am recommending: U.S. Senate – Senator Mark R. Warner, who will be … Continue reading

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The reality we have

By Sarah Williams Today I received a question from a constituent about the debates by our state-wide candidates here in Virginia: When do they face-off, in a objective neutral debate, before the voters, on neutral turf, no screening of supporters … Continue reading

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Whatever happened to the swing districts

In an article titled As Swing Districts Dwindle, Can a Divided House Stand?(Dec. 27, 2012) Nate Silver describes the loss of swing districts, which he links to the continuing gridlock: In 1992, there were 103 members of the House of … Continue reading

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Just what about coal are you for?

We desperately need Anthony Flaccavento in the Ninth CD Virginia – he is actually for the coal miners who live and work here, and not just for the Wall Street face of coal. He is campaigning with around a third … Continue reading

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