Election Day Tomorrow

As in San Francisco, it’s election day in Virginia tomorrow. At stake is pretty much every major office in the land, from School Board to House of Delegates to Governor. While other DC blogs may choose to call the Virginia elections “minor”, I think it would be folly not to encourage everyone on that side of the Potomac to get out and vote tomorrow. Few things are more precious than your vote, and every vote counts.

If you’re in Arlington County, you’ll be voting for School Board, County Board, House of Delegates (there are four districts in Arlington), and the major statewide offices of Attorney General, Lieutenant Governor and Governor. Polling place info for Arlington is available online.

Fairfax County will be voting on school bonds and any of 17 different House of Delegates districts, plus the statewide offices. Polling place info for Fairfax is available online.

Alexandria City will be voting on Commonwealth’s Attorney, Sheriff, 3 different House of Delegates districts, plus the statewide offices. Polling place info for Alexandria is available online.

I’m sure the robocalls will be coming fast and furious tonight if last night was any indication.

1 Comment so far

  1. beth (unregistered) on November 7th, 2005 @ 7:04 pm

    Indeed! In a report on NPR this morning, they specifically mentioned the Virginia election as a barometer of the republicans’ holding power. Pres Bush will be making an appearance (somewhere in VA, not sure where) to “rally support”. It will certainly test whether his coattails have any worth these days.



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