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A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Virginia voters favor Democrat Terry McAuliffe over Republican Ken Cuccinelli in the governor’s race. The poll indicates among other things that voters believe both candidates are spending too much time on nasty attack ads instead of outlining what they will do if elected.  According to the poll McAuliffe was favored by a 48% to 42%  margin over Cuccinelli.

Election Day in Virginia is Tuesday, November 5, 2013.

Virginia has an election every year which means the peoples’ voice should be heard on issues of healthcare, education, civil rights, justice, jobs and medicare. Every aspect of your life is decided on at the “stroke of a vote”.

There are two contenders in the Virginia governor’s race for 2013  Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli. Cuccinelli is currently the Attorney General for Virginia and will not seek a second term only to run for governor. Terry McAuliffe is a businessman, entreprenuer and former chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

The Republican candidate for lieutenant governor is Bishop E.W. Jackson and the candidate for Attorney General is State Senator Mark Obenshain.

The Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor is State Senator Ralph Northam

The Democratic candidate for attorney general is State Senator Mark Herring

Register to vote or check your voter status online, by visiting the Virginia State Board of Elections.

Start the process of automatic restoration of rights for nonviolent felony offenses here.

 The Rolling for Freedom Project will get you election-day ready. Thanks in advance for your support.  Miss Community Cloovia

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