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