Registration deadline approaches

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After 5 p.m. tonight, Virginia residents and students will not be permitted to sign up for voting in the state The last day to register to vote in the Nov. 5 Virginia election is today, Oct. 15, according to the Virginia.gov website. Virginia.gov states that anyone who would like to …

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Registration begins

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With the 2013 election for Virginia state governor quickly approaching, Liberty University students and faculty are filling out registration forms and preparing to vote in early November. The 2013 ballot will have three main candidates running for Virginia governor: Democrat Terry McAuliffe, businessman of Fairfax County and chairman of the …

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Liberty precinct a success

Vote — Students will have the opportunity to vote again May 1. Photo credit: Joel Coleman, Promotional Publication

Republican primaries receive high turnout Liberty University’s precinct had a higher than expected voter turnout March 6, leading the way for Virginia with one of the highest voter percentages in the state. Liberty’s precinct, which is 302 third Ward second precinct, had a total of 590 votes counted, 13 percent …

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Knowing the rules of voting

Today is Election Day for the presidential primary. Two more election days fall in this calendar year, including the local election in May and the presidential election on Nov. 6. What many people are unaware of is the importance of properly completing the registration process in order for a vote …

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Students to vote at Vines Center

Romney, Paul on ballot for primary Students living on campus now have the opportunity to vote at Liberty University’s Vine Center after the recent redrawing of district lines. As of Feb. 2, more than 4,000 students were registered to vote at the Vines Center, according to General Registrar for the …

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Re-register to vote

“The ballot is stronger than the bullet,” Sixteenth President of the United States of America Abraham Lincoln said during a speech on May 19, 1856. Liberty University students have repeatedly proven this statement to be true through their participation in the local polls, according to Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. However, …

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Virginia Primaries approach

The Virginia March Primaries are approaching at a rapid rate. The voting for the Republican candidates will take place March 6 at various polling locations throughout the state. “Due to Virginia candidate qualification laws there will only be two republican presidential candidates on the Virginia ballot, Gov. Mitt Romney from …

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Council moves public hearing

Council Responds — A new polling location will be in place on Liberty’s campus by the Presidential Primary elections in March 2012. Photo credit: Chris Mabes

Vote to be cast soon Casting votes in the Vines Center may come a little sooner than anticipated. The city manager’s office has expedited the public hearing process needed to make changes in local polling precincts. The public hearing will be held Oct. 25. The meeting will also, hopefully, include …

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Elections coming soon

Students may register to vote locally “Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost,” Sixth President of the United States of America John Quincy Adams said. According to the U.S Census Bureau, in 2008, only 49 …

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