Cuccinelli announces initial investigative meeting concerning the 2010 Montgomery County election

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Montgomery County Electoral Board via @VirginiaSBE twitpic On the last day (January 31) of the previously appointed Virginia State Board of Elections then Chair Jean Cunningham said that “a full-fledged investigation by the Attorney General’s office is what would make me feel comfortable.” The Vice-Chair Harold Pyon agreed that it was a legal matter. Secretary […]

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VA State Board of Elections calls for AG investigation in Montgomery County

Monday, January 31, 2011

VA State Board of Elections calls for AG investigation in Montgomery County

From the twitter account @VirginiaSBE from bottom to top (first being the most recent in the timeline of tweets – the board adjourned at 3:24 p.m.) Sec. Rodrigues moves under 24.2-104 to have AG’s office conduct full investigation. This was a unanimous vote. #vaelections  Sec. Rodrigues “this is an action we don’t take lightly” “or […]

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Cuccinelli puts stamp of approval on candidate Bill Stanley

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Cuccinelli puts stamp of approval on candidate Bill Stanley

Bill Stanley announced the endorsement of Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli Friday as he campaigns to fill the remaining term of Robert Hurt’s 19th district Senate seat. “Ken Cuccinelli isn’t just a great Attorney General for Virginia,” said Stanley in a statement, “he is quickly becoming a national conservative leader in defense of liberty, as seen […]

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Stanley receives Lynchburg Tea Party endorsement

Monday, November 15, 2010

Stanley receives Lynchburg Tea Party endorsement

Press Release: Bill Stanley is proud to announce he has earned the endorsement of the Lynchburg Tea Party in his campaign for the Republican nomination for the 19th district Senate seat. “I truly appreciate the faith these great patriots have placed in me and my campaign,” said Stanley. “Our vision of rekindling the spirit of […]

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McDonnell sets special election date for Griffith/Hurt seats

Monday, November 15, 2010

McDonnell sets special election date for Griffith/Hurt seats

RICHMOND- Governor Bob McDonnell issued the following press release Monday regarding the date for special elections for the purposes of electing representatives to fill the seats of State Senator Robert Hurt and State Delegate Morgan Griffith, both of whom were elected to the United States Congress in the most recent election. McDonnell has spoken to […]

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Brian Moran talks about running for Democratic Party of Virginia Chair (video)

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Brian Moran came in third behind Creigh Deeds and Terry McAuliffe in the primary for the Democratic nomination for governor in 2009. The former 46th district delegate now wants to be Virginia’s Democratic Party Chair. Richard “Dickie” Cranwell is stepping down as chair in December after serving for five years. Moran isn’t the only one seeking […]

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Democrats confident in finding a candidate for 8th district

Monday, November 8, 2010

Democrats confident in finding a candidate for 8th district

In a press release Roanoke County Democratic Committee Chair Brian Lang and Gena Doyle, Salem Democratic Committee Chair: The Democratic Committees of Salem and Roanoke County are currently conducting a vigorous recruitment and screening process for candidates for our party’s nomination for the upcoming special election in Virginia’s 8th House of Delegates District. This district […]

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Governor McDonnell on election results

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Washington D.C.- Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell issued the following statement Tuesday night  regarding the 2010 mid-term elections: “The message sent by the results of today’s races is clear. It is the same message that was sent last year by our victory in the Commonwealth, and Chris Christie’s in New Jersey. The American people want limited […]

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Long line at Peters Creek Precinct on election day

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Long line at Peters Creek Precinct on election day

An unexpected long line awaited me at Roanoke’s Peters Creek Precinct Tuesday. Struggled to find a parking place. If you were an A-K last name the line went to the gym door. There were many doing a write in since Bob Goodlatte had no Democratic opponent. There was Bain (Libertarian) and Venke (Independent). This precinct […]

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Morgan Griffith statement on win over Boucher

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Morgan Griffith statement on win over Boucher

BRISTOL _ The Republican Party took back the Ninth Congressional seat Tuesday from long-time incumbent Rick Boucher. Morgan Griffith claimed the election with 51 to 46 percent including large chunks of voters in the coal-rich southwest Virginia.  Griffith had criticized Boucher on his vote for the Cap and Trade bill, which the Republican said would […]

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SurveyUSA says Griffith now leading in the 9th

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

SurveyUSA says Griffith now leading in the 9th

It is really is a dead heat with margin of error but this was a Griffith press release: ROANOKE _ The latest News7 SurveyUSA poll released Tuesday morning shows a change in the numbers between long-time incumbent Rick Boucher and Republican Morgan Griffith. Just a few weeks ago, Boucher appeared to be cruising to another […]

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Irish Republican group endorses Griffith

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

CHRISTIANSBURG _ The Irish American Republicans (www.IrishGOP.com), a 130-year-old coalition of Irish Americans who support the principles of free markets, low taxes, limited government, individual liberty, and US support for Peace and Justice in Ireland, are proud to endorse Morgan Griffithfor election to the US Congress.  The group said: “The Irish American Republicans are calling […]

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