Culpeper Government News
The Prince William Electoral Board received its second major blow to its request for the four towns to change their election dates as Haymarket town council members confirmed that they oppose the move.
Several hundred turned out to show their support for gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli. General Election if November 5.
Culpeper Times’ Prediction: Less voter apathy on Election Day November 5
Stevensburg District supervisor William “Bill” Chase unopposed
On the ballot Tuesday, is a referendum, that if approved, would move town elections to November in odd-numbered years.
Write in one for Jefferson District School Board seat in Culpeper on November 5: Amy Brubaker, Leanne Malulani, Michelle North of Joshua Pollack
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton stopped by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1503 hall in Dale City to stump for his long-time friend Terry McAuliffe's gubernatorial bid.
The League of Women Voters of the Prince William Area (LWVPW) announces the launch of the nonpartisan election resource www.VOTE411.org. This “one-stop-shop” for election information provides simple tools to help Virginia voters navigate the voting process for the November 5th election. VOTE411.org provides candidate information, voter registration status, polling place locations and other helpful Election Day information. Users can visit www.VOTE411.org and enter their address to find information from the candidates they will see on their ballot.
County employees and visitors ate chili for charity last week at a chili cook-off held at the County Complex. Attendees paid $10 to sample the various chili recipes and to vote on the best. The first place winner got to choose a charity to receive half of the donation money; the second place winner got to pick the recipient for 35 percent and the third place winner got to designate 15 percent.
When Congress voted to reopen the federal government and raise the debt ceiling last Wednesday, the entire delegation representing Northern Virginia sided with the majority, Republican and Democrat alike.