The polls in Virginia just closed a few moments ago so we’re all in a waiting mode now. The running word for most of the day at places like Too Conservative was that turnout was way, way low. That certainly matched my experience today. I was at the Riverbend MS polling location in Loudoun from [...]
Date: June 10th, 2008
I’m working the polls today at the Riverbend MS polling location on behalf of the LCRC. Turnout is light, as expected. I’m going to post updates at my Twitter site. (See the link under “Blogroll” in the right-hand column. Full update when I’m done.
From Peter Schweizer at the NRO: We now are down to two presidential candidates. One went to the Ivy League and Harvard Law School as a young man. The other spent years of his youth in a Vietnam Prisoner of War camp and suffered lifelong injuries. Guess which one whines more about his hardships? Read [...]
Today is the Virginia Congressional Primary where the parties select their candidates for the general election for seats in the US House of Representatives. Primaries usually draw light participation and those not involving the candidates for President are even lighter. What that means is that every vote cast will count BIG and your voice at [...]