Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Virginia is still too close to call as precinct results roll in.
Update 10:04 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 - With all Virginia precincts finally reporting, President Barack Obama received 1,868,191 votes from Virginia voters, according to final but unofficial data from the Virginia State Board of Elections. That's 50.57 percent of the vote. Gov. Mitt Romney received 1,767,692 votes, or 47.85 percent. The three third-party candidates on the ballot received a combined 1.42 percent of votes, and write-in candidates the remainder. The race was too close late Tuesday night, even hours after multiple national news outlets called the race nationally. ------------- Original post, Tuesday, Nov. 6 updated 2 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were re-elected Tuesday night, …
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Third-party candidates Gary Johnson, Virgil Goode, Jr., and Jill Stein are running for president and will appear on some ballots in November.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are locked in a tight race for the presidency and polls show them in a virtual tie in Virginia, but residents will see three others candidates' names on the ballot come Election Day. Obama and Romney will share the Nov. 6 ballot with: These candidates’ chances of taking the Oval Office are slim, but they could siphon votes from Romney and Obama. In a battleground state like Virginia, that could make a difference in voting totals, some pundits say. Gary Johnson Johnson, who governed New Mexico from 1995 to 2003, supports scaling back federal spending by trillions of dollars, and supports gay marriage and the legalization of marijuana. Although he entered the presidential race as a Republican, some of his more …
Friday, September 23, 2011
'No Child Left Behind' flexibility, Olde Towne Dogge Walke, Edison High School Saturday tutoring.
Don’t forget your umbrella today. Expect rain all day and a high of 72 degrees. During his second GOP debate on Thursday night, former New Mexico Gary Johnson (R) got the crowd laughing with a dig at President Barack Obama's economic policy. Sunday, Sep. 25 is the Olde Towne Dogge Walke beginning at 9 a.m. Enjoy a 1.5 mile jaunt with your pet. All proceeds benefit the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria. “Homework Hangout” at Edison High School starts on Saturday, Sep. 24, 2011 from
10 a.m. to noon in the Career Center.
All students who would like academic support are welcome. Community service hours can be earned for student volunteer tutors. Contact Brenda Page-Murphy
for more information. States that agree to overhaul …