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Cuccinelli formally received the nomination Saturday at the Virginia Republican Convention.
Ken Cuccinelli is expected to accept the gubernatorial nomination Saturday at the Virginia Republican Convention in Richmond.
Access to guns, mental health covered in Virginia rep's report by the National Science Foundation — topics he says need to stay part of the conversation.
Sen. Charles Colgan voted for a Virginia Senate bill that prohibits smoking in a vehicle when carrying kids aged 15 or younger.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Median household income in 2011 was down 4.2 percent from 2007.
George Mason University's Michael McDonald said swing states have been releasing affiliations of early voters, but who wins Virginia won't be clear until the polls close.
Changes to eminent domain and veto session scheduling pass by wide margins.
Elections, Local Connections
Five Bristow neighbors who share a driveway and a friendship are as divided as the rest of the nation on the presidential election.
State Board of Elections receives 7,000 fewer absentee ballots this year than in 2008.
Voters will decide on changes to eminent domain law and the General Assembly's veto session scheduling on November's ballot.
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