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Feb 022016

Tuesday Feb. 2 in the House Privileges and Elections Sub-Committee: Elections. In a previous post ( there is a list of several bills concerning redistricting that were in the hands of this subcommittee this morning. So, what happened?

I wish I could say that this is a surprise to me, but it is not. Since I was not at the meeting, I do not have the lowdown on the exact “whos”, “whats”, and “whys” of things, so that will have to be found in your local papers and other sources, if it gets covered.

Check for updates and information is OneVirginia2021 Facebook page. I have a sampling of their posts on a special page right here One Virginia 2021: Redistricting News

You can use the posts there to set up your own Like to their page on your Facebook. In fact, I need to wander over there right now to check on things!

Have a great day!

Jan 292016

Redistricting in Virginia will make a major appearance on Tuesday Feb. 2 in the House Privileges and Elections Sub-Committee: Elections. This is one of the crucial steps in moving forward with changes to the redistricting process that insure that it is the voters, not the politicians, who choose their candidates. This meeting will be held [Continue Reading]

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Jan 262016

Google Translate might not be perfect, but it is better than having nothing. If you know someone who needs help understanding how to register to vote, where to vote, important dates for voters, or anything else related to the Virginia Dept of Elections website, I will caution you to be around to help. The translation [Continue Reading]

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Jul 162015

Just finished up the first subpage for the new 2015 Virginia Election Page. It is about how to find your “Sample Ballot” on the State Board of Elections website. There’s no time like the present to get ready to vote. Find your “Sample Ballot” using this information: What’s on my Ballot? For future reference, look [Continue Reading]

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Jun 302015
Thank you! SCOTUSblog

Make sure that you have accurate information before deciding whether you agree or disagree with Supreme Court decisions. Obviously, the cases before them are complex and often emotionally charged. Without taking the time to understand the case and to read the decisions (including the dissents), you could be jumping to some bad conclusions. It is [Continue Reading]

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Jun 152015

Learn how to use “Scout” to stay informed about: US Congress: bills, speeches, government reports, and more. After Congress: regulatory activity and court opinions State Legislation for all 50 states, plus D.C. and Puerto Rico and much more Tutorial for using Scout: To find out information about your elected officials (where they stand on issues [Continue Reading]

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