A New Birth of Freedom

Join with the college community and watch the historic inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States. Each campus has planned a public showing of the event on Tuesday, January 15 at 11:30 AM. At Midlothian the library will be hosting the inauguration. We plan to drop the big screens and project a live feed. In cases where I try to choose agency that will make essays help for me, most people offer me essayspark.com organization Everyone is welcome to attend.continue reading →

Read all about it!

Tuesday night will be very close to heaven for political junkies.  Even if you don’t live and breathe Fox News or MSNBC, you may be fascinated to watch the results come in.  For immediate, easy access to results from the Old Dominion, the Virginia State Board of Elections website will post results from the presidential race beginning at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.  There’s also a link on that page to full results for all statewide races, including the contest for senator between Jim Gilmore and Mark Warner. All of the usual sites will carry…continue reading →

We the people…

Tuesday’s the day – get out and vote!  Election officials are forecasting a record turnout, so allow extra time in case you face a line at the polls.  If you are a first time voter and registered to vote by mail, check the State of Virginia website to see what identification you will need to bring to the polls.  If you registered in person and are voting for the first time OR if you’ve voted before, check out the acceptable forms of identification on the State Board of Elections website.  For most people,…continue reading →