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”.
It’s almost time for the big game, Mitt v Barack. I wonder how they would have done, instead of those debates, in a hotdog eating contest?
Like Nathan’s 10 minute 4th of July International Hot Dog Eating contest. Hot dogs and buns…
Hotdog for president!
Harry Potter agrees to replace vice-presidential ticket-mate Smiling Joe Biden.
Members of the press acquiring imagery of a man with a guitar, talking about President Obama. Secondary to hurt back I was not able to join the Boss hunters, instead relying on secondary phenomena, the crowd gathered, to reflect the presence of Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen.
camera of choice amongst the populace
Mr. Boss definitely has the tools, lyric and melodic, to entrance a crowd.
Music for President!
If Romney/Ryan supporters need cheering up, a happy place for a drive would be VA Rt 360 through King William and King and Queen Counties. People in this region make their own signs. This near a census-designated place (CDP), Central Garage, in King Wiliam County, Virginia. Population 1318.
3 floors of out-of-print books, book searches, specializing in fiction. 100,000 books. The Washington Post described the Daedalus Bookshop as “a three-story temple of secondhand lit, a bibliophile’s church tucked away on a curling side street. The steps creak, the nooks are shadowed. Books are piled from dusty floor to shelves that scrape the ceiling.”–visitcharlottesville.org