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Deeds declines Obama invite
Published on Jul 1st, 2009
7 comments State Senator and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds had an invite from President Barack Obama to appear with him today in Northern Virginia, but Deeds reportedly declined, and told the...
Obama nominates Beyer as Ambassador to Switzerland
Published on Jun 19th, 2009
0 comments If President Obama has his way, a prominent Virginia politico will soon be packing his bags for Bern. Former Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer (D) is the president's choice to become the next U.S....
Deeds wins big: Beats McAuliffe, Moran 2-to-1
Published on Jun 9th, 2009
7 comments State Senator Creigh Deeds gets a hug from his wife Pam before speaking to supporters celebrating his victory in the Democratic primary for governor. PHOTO BY LINDSAY BARNES In the contest to become...
Dem primary too close to call in new poll
Published on May 26th, 2009
3 comments With only two weeks to go until the June 9 primary to decide the Democratic nominee for governor, a new poll says it's still anybody's ballgame. According to the latest from Public Policy Polling [...
McAuliffe leads, Deeds gains in new poll
Published on May 21st, 2009
4 comments With 19 days until the June 9 primary to decide the Democratic nominee for governor, former Democratic National Committee chair Terry McAuliffe remains the frontrunner, but the race is getting a...
Will.i.am draws thin crowds to McAuliffe rallies
Published on May 13th, 2009
2 comments Hip-hop artist will.i.am is a big enough deal to star in a Super Bowl commercial with Bob Dylan, write and perform a song about President Obama that became an election-influencing Internet sensation...
New blood: Firehouse primary ousts Taliaferro
Published on May 12th, 2009
12 comments Kristin Szakos in, Julian Taliaferro out after the May 9 "firehouse" primary. SZAKOS PHOTO BY JEN FARIELLO; TALIAFERRO BY STAFF Two newcomers have shaken the local Democratic establishment. Kristin...
Snap o' the Day: Dems a votin'
Published on May 9th, 2009
9 comments Charlottesville Democratic voters line up Saturday morning, May 9, to vote in the City Democratic primary at the one and only election spot, Jackson P. Burley Middle School on Rose Hill Drive. A...
Party over here
Published on Feb 28th, 2002
0 comments   For Charlottesville Democrats who want to have a voice in electing candidates for the City Council race in May, participation isn’t a matter of waltzing into a local polling place to cast a...
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