Category Archives: Elections and voters

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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Ryan Lies

by Bernard Via III August 30, 2012 Last night’s speech by Paul Ryan was amazing. In the middle of his speech he pointed out a small town in his district that had a GM plant. He said Obama came to … Continue reading

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The Corruption Risk Report Card

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