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Was Reelection Of Vihstadt In Arlington A Referendum On Streetcar?

Independent Arlington County council candidate John Vihstadt won in both a special election and a general election this year campaigning against the streetcar, but advocates of the project say that doesn't mean voters are necessarily against it.

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Ed Gillespie: ‘I’m Proud Of The Campaign We Have Run’

The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Virginia has conceded to incumbent Mark Warner three days after the midterm elections' conclusion.
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New Virginia Law Means Some Provisional Voters Have To Confirm Identities

A new Virginia law requiring residents to show ID to vote means that 800 voters who cast provisional ballots will have to confirm their identities with election officials by Friday.
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Alexandria's Apothecary Museum Offers Time Capsule Of Early American Medicine

The Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum was once a drugstore, serving the likes of Robert E. Lee and Martha Washington, now it's a time capsule to the past.

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Still No Concession In Virginia's Hotly Contested Senate Race

Sen. Mark Warner has declared victory in Tuesday night's election in Virginia, but Republican challenger Ed Gillespie has yet to concede in the close senate race.
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Independent Vihstadt Defeats Howze Again For Arlington County Board

Democrat Alan Howze was hoping to reverse the results of a special election for the Arlington County Board earlier this year, but independent John Vihstadt was able to win again.

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New Virginia Rep. Barbara Comstock: 'I'm Finally Going To Get A Real Job!'

In the race to fill the seat of retiring Virginia Congressman Frank Wolf, Republican Barbara Comstock cruised to a double-digit victory.

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Warner Claims Senate Victory In Virginia, But Recount May Be On The Way

Incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Warner was claiming victory on Tuesday night, but with a margin of less than 1 percent between him and Republican Ed Gillepsie, a recount seems inevitable.

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Questions Raised About Sharing Of Telephone Data Across Five Virginia Cities

Five Virginia cities have been gathering and sharing personal telephone data as part of criminal investigations, a practice that has raised concerns with the ACLU.

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Fundraising For Virginia Candidates Likely To Break Records

Candidates for the House and Senate in Virginia raised more than $50 million this election cycle, an amount that is likely to break records when all the numbers have been calculated.

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