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GETTING READY FOR NOVEMBER — PART 4

What is is this post about? Voter Guides! Thus far we have had five posts in this series. Part 1: Where are the Congressional, State Senate, House of Delegates, and Magisterial, and Precinct district boundaries? That is, what Congressional, State … Continue reading

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ARE THESE QUESTIONS YOU WOULD LIKE THE CANDIDATES TO ANSWER? QUESTIONS FOR SHERIFF

Here are the questions we sent to the candidates running to serve as Prince William County’s Sheriff. Note that the form (2019 Sheriff survey, General Election) allows three answers: support, oppose, or undecided. When candidates respond, most insert a few … Continue reading

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ARE THESE QUESTIONS YOU WOULD LIKE THE CANDIDATES TO ANSWER? QUESTIONS FOR THE COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY

Here are the questions we sent to the candidates running to serve as Prince William County’s Commonwealth’s Attorney. Note that the form (Commonwealth’s Attorney Survey, General Election) allows three answers: support, oppose, or undecided. When candidates respond, most insert a … Continue reading

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