Monthly Archives: November 2013

Could the House of Delegates Determine the AG Winner?

I had a phone call this morning from a friend who asked me the above question.  I assured him it could not be so.  Then I took a look this afternoon at Section 24.2-803, which prescribes the manner by which … Continue reading

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A Few Thoughts on the 2013 Election (which is still continuing …)

Welcome to the election cycle that never ended. While the rest of you were raking leaves and enjoying the fall weather, dozens of Democratic volunteers were fanning out around Fairfax County (or hovering around the Government Center) to track down … Continue reading

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The Real Post-Election Analysis (when I get 5 free minutes)

I’m in a jury trial this week in state court, so there’s zero extra time.  I was at the polls for a few hours on Tuesday.  I have a few observations which I’ll try to put up when I get … Continue reading

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Cold and Bright at Stone Middle School this a.m.

Did a couple hours at the polls.  Now back at work.  Will be back out there this p.m. (Updated at 6:00 pm) Voted at the City #2 at 2:00 pm.  I was #662.  That’s medium turnout, I think. Went over … Continue reading

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It’s Up to You, New York, New York

The first week of November is frenetic.  The Election is Tuesday  (I’ll be at the polls in Centreville at 6 am).  Teacher conferences are Monday-Tuesday for my three kids in school.  Finally, I have a multi-day jury trial starting on … Continue reading

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