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This meeting was pretty much a straight-forward business meeting. Of course, we started off with reports from the candidates. Fortunately, campaign representatives provided these reports. So the reports were short and to the point. :wink: Campaign Reports Congressman Frank Wolf‘s campaign needs volunteers … Continue reading
Mark R. Warner James S. ”Jim” Gilmore III Anyone who thinks we need to let our governors stay in the governor’s mansion indefinitely probably misses the significance of this senate race. Here we have two former governors competing to represent … Continue reading
Good Fences Make Good Neighbors Congress had its plan. That flopped. So perhaps the blogosphere is as good a place as any to come up with an immigration plan. What is out there? Well, there does not necessarily seem to … Continue reading
One thing you can do to make a difference is to write a Letter to the Editor. Every candidate needs such support. Here is one asking for your support (excerpted from an email). Keith Needs you to Write Your Editor … Continue reading
Here are some excerpts from the July 26th edition of Senator Ken Cuccinelli’s Cuccinelli Compass. Disappointment. Virginia’s Harriet Miers Last week the Administration nominated a Democrat to the bench in the Eastern District of Virginia (in Alexandria). His name is Anthony Trenga, and he … Continue reading
The 2008 election is well under way. The Senate and Congressional candidates have been officially nominated. The nomination of the presidential candidates is a foregone conclusion. Now the contest is between the major party candidates. Are you interested in knowing … Continue reading