Shenandoah County GOP


Morning Round-Up
July 28, 2008, 7:58 am
Filed under: Election 2008, Strategy and Tactics

Very, very light newsday. So light, in fact, we don’t have a single only have one county story. Still, here’s five six stories you should know about:

-We’ll be seeing plenty more of these, but Marsha Mercer sees a repeat of 1996 in this year’s campaign. 

-Christopher Beam writes about some new swing groups that may be emerging in this year’s election.

-The Commonwealth is 29th in the nation when it comes to volunteerism. The ranking is based on the number of residents over 16 who say they regularly volunteer. 

-Absentee ballots cast by people who don’t live until Election Day will now be counted in Virginia. Apparently this HAS happened before. 

-Neil Simon writes that McCain may have a chance with connecting to voters in Northern Virginia. Although some write it off as a Democratic stronghold, one must only remember the names of Ken Cucinelli and Bob Marshall to know that conservative Republicans can still win in Northern Virginia–it’s all about messaging and priorities.

UPDATE:

-The Northern Virginia Daily now has coverage up of the Sixth District Retreat Luncheon.

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