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Category Archives: 2019 Election
REMEMBERING THE LESSON OF THE PARABLE OF THE TEN VIRGINS
The outcomes of the 2019 elections just concluded in Virginia were not what conservatives hoped and worked for. The State House turned liberal with the assurance that the 2018-19 agenda posed by progressives in Richmond will now be enacted in … Continue reading
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RESULTS OF THE 2019 ELECTION IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY
The following election results are from the 2019 November General Unofficial Results from the Virginia Department of Elections. Virginia Senate 13th District Candidate Votes Percent Geary M. Higgins Republican 37,629 45.64% John J. Bell Democratic 44,727 54.25% 28th District Candidate … Continue reading
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