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Photo finish in the City Hall Basement Conference room. Media on hand to cover the opening of provisional ballots.
Councilmanic Democratic primary contenders Bellamy and Fenwick await results.
Election officials open envelopes, tally votes in local and state primary contests.
Wes Bellamy converses with media following the count. Lisa Provence has the story.
Last Tuesday’s Democratic Primary Councilmanic 2nd place tie supposed to be resolved today at 1330hrs, City Hall, basement conference room.
It was a Republican president who drove the largest expansion of parkland ever (YAY! TR! Teddy!). It was a Republican who started up the EPA.
How many Republicans can you fit under a single tree in a parking lot? At least nineteen.
When did it become a bad thing in the Republican mind to be an environmentalist?
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA or sometimes USEPA) is an agency of the U.S. federal government which was created for the purpose of protecting human health and the environment by writing and enforcing regulations based on laws passed by Congress. The EPA was proposed by President Richard Nixon and began operation on December 2, 1970, after Nixon signed an executive order. The order establishing the EPA was ratified by committee hearings in the House and Senate.– Wikipedia
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth Thomas Cuccinelli II is the Republican candidate for governor of Virginia.
The Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, Earl Walker Jackson Sr
Senator Ralph Shearer Northam, MD, a candidate for lieutenant governor in the Democratic primary June 11
The democrats met at the Vinegar Hill Cafe in the rehabilitated Jefferson School in Charlottesville. The republicans met in a parking lot on the east side of their Albemarle County HQ, a building that appears to have formerly been a bank.
Local folk, waiting for the Republican gubernatorial ticket, in the shade of crape myrtles.
Democrat Jason Vandever won a special election for Charlottesville treasurer in a landslide Tuesday, defeating independent John Pfaltz 1,280 votes to 397. A total of 1,683 voters hit the polls, said registrar Sheri Iachetta. There were four write-in votes, and two people cast blank ballots.–Daily Progress
Mr. Fields, Sunday before election day, working to re-elect President Obama.
With a slight, unexpected lift provided by Hurricane Sandy, Mother Nature’s October surprise, President Barack Obama appears poised
to win his second term tomorrow.–Center for Politics
To counter last minute boost from storm Sandy, Mitt Romney jumps on the nature bandwagon, announcing replacement of ticket-mate Paul Ryan with the Lorax.
Of the Lorax’s qualifications, Romney replied “He speaks for the trees”.