Tag Archives: voting

WORKING AT THE POLLS

Yesterday I spent the day working as an election officer in Prince William County. We were busy, but not nearly as busy we could have been. Because of early voting (mostly voting in person, but with lots more mail-in ballots … Continue reading

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ARE YOU A TRUE PATRIOT?

Is the election over in Prince William County, Virginia? To size things up I visited the Virginia Public Access Project (vpap.org). About 57 percent of all registered voters have voted (See Early Voting in Prince William County (vpap.org)). That’s extraordinary, … Continue reading

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VOTE ABSENTEE WITHOUT A DOCTOR’S VERIFICATION!

What appears in this article is not original material. IVoterGuide writer, Debbie Wuthnow, put together the following reasons why it is important for you, the reader and Virginia resident, to vote in the coming elections. COVID-19 has cast a pall … Continue reading

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