By the time GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney took center stage at George Mason University’s Patriot Center around 4 p.m. Monday, the crowd was fired up.
More than 10,000 supporters greeted him inside the Patriot Center
Residents of the Greater Alexandria area headed to the polls early Tuesday morning. Though there was a slight chill in the air, some waited as long as two hours at some polling stations before work this morning.
Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille told Patch that Election Day 2012 has been “busy but fun” with his goal to visit all city precincts twice on Tuesday.
During his visits with voters in line and chatting near polling stations, Euille,
The election is less than a week away and we must make our choices at the polls or by absentee ballot. We have attended numerous forums, spoken with the candidates and reviewed their web sites and statements.
The Virginia Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal to an Alexandria Circuit Court decision on the city's waterfront redevelopment plans.
Three women who live near the city’s riverside - April Burke, Beth Gibney and Marie Kux — had sought to invalidate
With 28 local candidates in Alexandria this election season, the median areas on many city streets have become muddled with campaign signs.
The clusters have only gotten larger this fall with the local races coinciding for the first time with national elections.
State Board of Elections Secretary Don Palmer made the following statement Monday regarding contingency preparations for the approaching storm:
“The State Board of Elections (SBE) is closely monitoring Hurricane Sandy and working to minimize any potential impact