Polls are now open in the Commonwealth of Virginia and will remain open until 7 p.m. tonight. So long as you are in line by 7 p.m., you will be allowed to vote. Have you voted yet? How long did it take you to get through the line? What sort of turnout has there been … More ELECTION DAY OPEN THREAD – Share Your Stories Here!
Sound off here on which Virginia Republicans – state and/or local – will be defeated by primary challengers next year. We want to hear it from you! Make your predictions now!
News that the FBI is zeroing in on political corruption in Northern Virginia and with lists of targets for them to investigate now starting to pop up, we thought now was a good time for an Open Thread to find out which elected officials you think may wind up with an extended stay with indicted … More OPEN THREAD: Which NOVA Elected Officials Will Wind Up With Extended Stays With The McDonnells At Club Fed?
Keep coming back throughout the day for updates on Election Day 2013. Post your experiences here. How was turnout in your precinct? (Please give your county and precinct name as well as the time you were there.) Any observations about which side appeared to have the advantage in getting their supporters to the polls, etc. … More ELECTION DAY 2013 OPEN THREAD (Continuously Updated)
It’s 6 a.m. and the polls are now open in the Commonwealth. What are you seeing and hearing? How does it compare to four years ago? Virtucon contributors are spread out throughout Virginia and we hope to be getting reports from various parts of the state throughout the day. Here’s your chance to share the … More Election Day Open Thread
Yes, I Tivo the Sunday Morning political shows. Yes I love it when all 4 members of the McLaughlin Group talk at the same time. Yes, I really have a sound mind… In reviewing the commentary of late, it appears that surprise of surprise: all of our Presidential candidates have baggage…. The leaderboard has changed … More OPEN THREAD & POLL: Romney or Gingrich?
This is the place for you to report what you’re seeing and hearing this Election Day. How is turnout where you are? Which party and candidates have the upper hand at your polling location? What is the feel on the ground and what is your gut telling you? Share it all here! And be sure … More UPDATED 3:32 p.m. – ELECTION DAY OPEN THREAD!
Share your 9/11 memories with us here.
The big day is finally here! Is there a race where you live? Did you vote yet? What is turnout like where you are? Below is our list of endorsed Virginia Virtucon candidates appearing on the ballot today — how many do you think will win? Is anyone expecting any surprises of interest today? Late … More OPEN THREAD: Today’s Primaries (UPDATED)
What are you seeing and hearing as you go to vote? Tell us what congressional district, county and precinct you are in, how turnout compares to recent elections and what your gut is telling you about it. Here’s your chance to sound-off now and compare notes with others around the Commonwealth of Virginia! UPDATE 6:30 … More ELECTION DAY 2010 OPEN THREAD – UPDATED
What would YOU do for a Klondike Bar?
Who will win today’s special election for U.S. Senate in MA? What will the final vote percentages be? What will it mean for the big picture? To start the ball rolling, I’m predicting Scott Brown wins by 5 and this triggers a wave of Democrat retirements in both the House and Senate (including Virginia’s own … More OPEN THREAD / PREDICTIONS – MA U.S. Senate Election
A new year is upon us. What do you think it holds in store for us in the realms of politics, media, entertainment, etc.? Which U.S. House members from VA will be in the unemployment line this time next year? Will we see any surprise retirements? (Rick Boucher perhaps?) Let’s see what you think!
The polls are now open and so is Virginia Virtucon’s Election Day Open Thread! How long were the lines at your voting place? Any signs of trouble? What was the mood of people? Were both parties represented outside? What kind of feel are you getting? Here’s the place to offer all that plus your predictions. … More ELECTION DAY OPEN THREAD
Have at it! Let us know what is on your mind, what your predictions are for a final vote tally in the statewide races, and who will win the various House of Delegates races. And don’t forget to vote in our poll on how many House seats the GOP will pick up.
With Bob McDonnell +11.3 in the Virginia Virtucon poll average, what do you see happening next Tuesday? Is there anything that you are seeing on the ground right now that leads you to believe that we’ll see any surprises? Will Dems get completely wiped out or will they offset sure bet losses elsewhere? Let your … More OPEN THREAD – ONE WEEK TO GO UNTIL ELECTION DAY!
Okay, folks, we’re now just 15 days from Election Day and it is time to start prognosticating. Who will win? Who will lose? What types of margins of victory will we see? Will there be coat tails? What surprises will we see on Election Day? Have at it!!!
What movie or movies are you looking forward to coming out this summer? Star Trek? Terminator: Salvation? Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian? (Might have to catch that one at the Smithsonian’s Air & Space Museum IMAX.) Something else?
This is the place for you to discuss what you’re seeing and hearing, both here in Virginia and from family or friends anywhere in the U.S. How long did you have to wait to vote? What number voter were you? What were people saying while waiting in line? Which campaigns had poll workers present? At some … More Election Day 2008 Open Thread
In the final installment of our series of dog days of summer Open Threads dedicated to future election years we look ahead to 2013 and beyond. We’ll find ourselves in yet another Gov. / LG / AG year. Will Bill Bolling finally claim the top prize that year? Will PWC Chairman Corey Stewart take it statewide in a … More OPEN THREAD – 2013 Elections and Beyond
Welcome to the fourth installment in our series of dog days of summer Open Threads dedicated to future election years. This time up, we travel to the year 2012 and the first elections for Congress after the 2010 census redistricting. Not to mention a presidential year and Sen. Thinskin “Beavis” Gump’s (D-WashPo) (a.k.a. Jim Webb) senate seat … More OPEN THREAD – 2012 Elections
Up next in our series of dog days of summer Open Threads dedicated to future election years is 2011. This will be the first election held after redistricting based upon the 2010 census, so much is bound to change. All 140 members of the General Assembly will be up (40 senators and 100 delegates) as well as … More OPEN THREAD – 2011 Elections