• Absentee Balloting Begins For Five Towns in Loudoun County

    Absentee Balloting Begins For Five Towns in Loudoun County0

    If you are a registered voter in the towns of Hamilton, Lovettsville, Middleburg, Purcellville or Round Hill, Election Day is coming up May 1. Absentee balloting has already begun for those races. Absentee ballots can be requested at elections.virginia.gov or in person at the Loudoun County Department of Elections and Voter Registration, 750 Miller Drive

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  • Mayor Kwasi Fraser – Announcement for Re-Election

    Mayor Kwasi Fraser – Announcement for Re-Election0

    Purcellville Mayor Kwasi Fraser sees himself as a change agent and with two decisive victories in 2014 and 2016, it’s hard to argue. “I am announcing that I am seeking a third term as Mayor,” Fraser states. The Purcellville Town Election – for Mayor and three Town Council seats – will be held on Tuesday,

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  • Virginia Election Results

    Virginia Election Results0

    Virginia remains democrat at the top leadership with Lt. Governor Northam (D) winning the Governor’s race, Justin Fairfax (D) winning as Lt. Governor and Mark Herring (D) retaining his seat as Attorney General. The balance of representation for Loudoun with lawmakers at the General Assembly has shifted with Tag Greason (R, 32nd District) losing to

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  • 2017 General Election: Extended Hours for Absentee Voting through Nov. 4

    2017 General Election: Extended Hours for Absentee Voting through Nov. 40

    The Loudoun County Office of Elections is reminding voters that extended absentee voting hours are available in advance of the Nov. 7 General Election. Virginia voters will be deciding the offices of governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and all members of the House of Delegates. There will also be two Loudoun County bond questions and

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  • Project Exile: Hype or Worth Bringing Back?

    Project Exile: Hype or Worth Bringing Back?0

    An anti-crime program that was said to have helped thwart violent offenses in Richmond could be revived and expanded statewide, including Loudoun County. Project Exile, which formed in 1997, transferred certain criminal cases — mostly those involved in violent crimes and charged with illegal firearms possession —from local courts to federal jurisdictions. At the time,

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  • Want To Question Your VA House Of Delegates Candidates?

    Want To Question Your VA House Of Delegates Candidates?0

    More than a dozen candidates for the Virginia House of Delegates in November’s General Election will be available for questions Sept. 15 when the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce hosts a candidates forum at Belmont Country Club. The event is scheduled from 7 to 10 a.m. at 43750 Tournament Parkway in Ashburn. The event is part of the chamber’s

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