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Federal Workers' Pay Isn't Untouchable For Two Northern Virginia Candidates

Micah Edmond and Don Beyer both say they support the Simpson-Bowles federal budget plan, which would eventually hit federal workers and contractors in the pocketbook.

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D.C. Elections Board: 'We Messed Up' On Voter Guide

Our bad, says the D.C. Board of Elections on mistakenly printing 300,000 voter guides that had an upside-down D.C. flag on the cover.
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Early Voting Kicks Off In Maryland As Candidates Spar On Schools

As the statewide races build toward a climax, Marylanders looking to vote before Election Day can cast their ballots starting Thursday morning at locations throughout the state.

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Race To Replace Frank Wolf In Virginia Causes Lots Of Noise

In an election year where the Senate has gotten most of the attention so far, the race between Republican Barbara Comstock and Democrat John Foust in Virginia's 10th District stands out as a loud and contentious.

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Voting In Virginia? Don't Forget Your ID

Virginia election officials are working overtime to make sure voters meet new requirements at the polls.
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Gray Calls Upside-Down D.C. Flag On Voter Guide A 'Complete Fiasco'

Mayor Vincent is harshly criticizing the D.C. Board of Elections for mistakenly sending a voter guide to 300,000 households that had a upside-down D.C. flag on the cover.
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As Early Voting Starts, Polls Put Bowser Ahead Of Catania

Early voting in D.C. started on Monday, and polls find Democrat Muriel Bowser ahead of Independent David Catania by anywhere from four to 17 points.
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After Rough Stretch, Former Ocean City Councilman Attempts A Comeback

Former Ocean City Councilman Joe Hall has had a rough go of it after being ousted in 2012, but with an open field in this year's elections, he's trying for a comeback.
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Early Voting Has Started In D.C., Later This Week In Maryland

If there's no doubt in your mind who you're going to vote for in D.C., you can jump ahead of the crowd and cast your ballots now.
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Virginia's Senate Race Could Have Consequences For U.S. Energy Policy

While Virginia Sen. Mark Warner and challenger Ed Gillespie have fairly similar stances on issues like offshore drilling, analysts say the outcome of the race could have significant consequences for U.S. energy policy as a whole.

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