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  Virginia gubernatorial election, 2005 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Virginia gubernatorial election of 2005 was a race for the Governor of Virginia, held on November 8, 2005.
Virginia is the only state in the United States to prohibit governors from serving successive terms so the popular incumbent, Mark R. Warner, cannot run for reelection.
The primary election was held on June 14, 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Virginia_gubernatorial_election,_2005   (279 words)

 Encyclopedia: U.S. Senate election, 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Elections for the United States Senate will be held on November 7, 2006, with 33 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate being contested.
The 2006 House election is scheduled for the same date as the Senate election, as well as many state and local elections, including those for 36 state governors.
On February 9, 2005, Mark Dayton announced that he would not seek a second term in the Senate, leaving an open seat to be contested.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/U.S.-Senate-election,-2006   (9549 words)

 New Jersey gubernatorial election, 2005 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The New Jersey gubernatorial election of 2005 was a race for the Governor of New Jersey.
The primary election was held on June 7, 2005.
The New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission declared that the four candidates would be included in the official gubernatorial debates to be aired on NJN.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/New_Jersey_gubernatorial_election,_2005   (212 words)

 Geostat Center: Collections: Virginia Elections and State Elected Officials Database Project, 1776-2005
Virginia has a special place in the history and ongoing development of an electoral and representative form of government in the United States.
In 1776, Virginia upheld this democratic tradition, electing delegates to the 1776 state constitutional convention, which made regular elections of the Virginia General Assembly a constitutional requirement in the 1776 state constitution.
Since then, Virginia has extended the practice of elections to several additional state offices: to Members of the U.S. House of Representatives in 1789; to Governors, Lieutenant Governors, and State Attorneys General in 1851; to U.S. Senators in 1916; and to members of all but one of the state’s constitutional conventions since 1776.
fisher.lib.virginia.edu /collections/stats/valeg   (719 words)

 Virginia Gubernatorial Re-election Effort Dies Again - WTOP Radio
A proposed constitutional amendment to end Virginia's practice of allowing governors a single, nonrenewable four-year term was defeated on a 5-15 vote in the House Privileges and Elections Committee.
Virginia would have to create 55,000 private-sector jobs a year to accommodate the state's growth in population, Purkey said.
In Virginia, constitutional amendments must win General Assembly passage for two years with an intervening House of Delegates election in between before they are subjected to ratification in a statewide referendum.
www.wtopnews.com /index.php?nid=25&sid=403589   (678 words)

 RedState.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Then the Homebuilders Association of Virginia -- one of the largest and most influential groups in the state (especially in vote-rich Northern Virginia and Tidewater) -- went postal on Kaine (and I don't think those words are too strong).
Virginia media is abuzz with the news that the Democratic candidate for governor in this year's race, Lieutenant Governor Tim Kaine, will debate independent candidate Russ Potts immediately following a debate with Republican candidate (and former Attorney General) Jerry Kilgore on September 13th.
Virginia Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Jerry Kilgore has drawn the ire of the Washington Post’s editorial board for two reasons.
election2005.redstate.org   (3385 words)

 Campaign Expenditures Data
Thad Beyle of UNC-CH and Jennifer Jensen of Binghamton University (SUNY) have compiled gubernatorial election data for all candidates in all states from 1977 to 2004.
Since procedures for gubernatorial elections vary by state, compiling the data into uniform data sets is challenging.
These files contain the number of voters in each state's general election, as well as the cost per vote -- the total spent in that state's gubernatorial election cycle by all candidates, divided by the number of voters in the general election.
www.unc.edu /~beyle/guber.html   (384 words)

 Robert Moran on Virginia & Election 2005 on National Review Online
First, they note that Virginia is behaviorally a Republican state that has voted for George Allen first as governor and then as senator, has a large Republican congressional delegation and has voted for a Republican-dominated legislature in Richmond.
It’s because of this, and similar experiences in past gubernatorial elections, that consultants now talk about a late Republican surge in the state where conservatives and soft Republicans “come home.” This assumes that the polling is accurate.
Virginia is behaviorally a center-right state with a history of Republican candidates doing better in the voting booth than they do in the crosstabs (crosstabs are data books that pollsters use to analyze the detailed results of surveys).
www.nationalreview.com /comment/moran200511080914.asp   (1369 words)

 Federal and Gubernatorial Election Voter Registration Deadlines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
10 days before the election, if it is a state primary or general election; 11 days before all others.
The Election Department must receive your properly completed Voter Registration Application no later than the fifth Saturday before election day in order for you to vote in that election.
For municipalities where voter registration is required, 13 days before the election (or completed in the local voter registration office up to 5:00 pm.
www.aacrao.org /federal_relations/vote/gen_election.htm   (395 words)

 Antoine Clarke's Election Watch: Virginia problem (and opportunity) for Democrats
The gubernatorial election in Virginia this year throws up problems and an opportunity for the Democratic Party.
As Governor of Virginia, Mark Warner has the sort of executive experience that seems to translate into a better presidential candidate than a long-time Senator (as John Kerry discovered to his cost last year).
In 2004, I am monitoring the various election campaigns in the run-up to the November 2 poll for U.S. president, 34 senators, 435 House of Representatives members, and 11 state governors.
antoineclarke.blogspot.com /2005/10/virginia-problem-and-opportunity-for.html   (617 words)

 Election Projection - 2006 Edition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Polls showing Kaine with a slight lead in Virginia proved to be right on, and Corzine wiped the floor with Forrester in New Jersey by a much greater margin than I predicted.
Besides the gubernatorial contests, ballot measures in three states, Texas, California, and Ohio largely followed the political leaning of their respective voters.
On the eve of the odd year election, The Blogging Caesar presents predictions for tomorrow's closely fought gubernatorial races, the blowout New York City mayoral race, and California's plethora of propositions.
www.electionprojection.com   (1422 words)

 Oliver Willis » 2005 Election   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Yesterday, led by the RNC, right-wing blogs in Virginia tried to push along the rumor that Mark Warner didn’t want to be seen with gubernatorial candidate Tim Kaine (never mind that Kaine is now surging on Jerry Kilgore).
I can’t vote in the Virginia election, but being in the DC metro area media market, I’m a bystander to the 2005 Virginia gubernatorial race and both campaigns are pouring tons of money into campaign ads.
As I’ve previously noted, while it’s not a “gimme”, the gubernatorial race in Virginia is quite winnable for Democrat Tim Kaine.
www.oliverwillis.com /category/2005-election   (903 words)

 Antoine Clarke's Election Watch: 10/23/2005 - 10/29/2005
That said, what comes out of the various recount efforts in Florida 2000, Ohio 2004 for presidential elections and Washington 2004 for the gubernatorial election is just how shambolic decentralization is. I shall assume that the result is a fair one in Washington, and that Miss Gregoire was properly elected.
But the problem is that if her election was rigged, we couldn't tell.
If you have an election where polling stations open and close at different times and where reports of the likely result can be broadcast before all the polling stations have closed, there has to be an opportunity for vote-rigging.
antoineclarke.blogspot.com /2005_10_23_antoineclarke_archive.html   (1015 words)

 Column: Virginia gubernatorial campaign has liberal flavor
Up until last week, this years gubernatorial election appeared to be a classic Virginia political battle between the conservative republican candidate Kilgore and the liberal democratic candidate Kaine (not a Massachusetts liberal, however).
Though Potts stands little chance of winning the election, he seems intent on sending a message to Virginia republicans that there must be space in the party for moderates (i.e.
Nonetheless, Virginia's GOP should be thankful for Potts and his lust for tax increases.
www.collegiatetimes.com /news/2/ARTICLE/5010/2005-03-02.html   (839 words)

 Politics1 - American Politics, Elections, Candidates & Campaigns
Even a late night, election eve visit to the state by President Bush on behalf of Kilgore will not likely be enough to help the GOP nominee.
Besides the hot gubernatorial contests on Tuesday in New Jersey and Virginia, there are several significant mayoral contests taking place around the nation.
The maverick Frye "won" last year's Mayoral election with a plurality as a write-in candidate -- in that she scored more votes than the two men who actually were in the run-off -- although the courts soon invalidated her win by throwing out nearly 5,000 of her write-in votes on technicalities.
www.politics1.com   (4958 words)

 Virginia election
Election Day is a legal holiday in a select few areas, for example Kentucky, Hawaii, Maryland, New Jersey, West Virginia, Ohio and Montana.
In addition, for years able to be divided by 4 (for instance 2004), all of the people of Virginia choose a President of the US plus Vice President of the United States.
Virtually all regions this year sponsor elections relating to governors of states inside the even dated periods in which there is not a US President election, in part to excite a higher voter output in "midterm" House of Representatives races.
www.electionhelp.us /Virginia-election.php   (707 words)

Virginia has a large number of manufacturing industries, including transportation equipment, food processing, electronic and other electrical equipment, chemicals, textiles and apparel, lumber and wood products, and furniture.
Virginia is one of the top ten coal producers in the U.S. Coal accounts for roughly 70% of Virginia's mineral value; crushed stone, sand and gravel, lime, and kyanite are also mined.
Virginia, University of - Virginia, University of, mainly at Charlottesville; state supported; coeducational; chartered 1819,...
www.infoplease.com /ipa/A0108283.html   (530 words)

 Virginia Politics / Election 2005
The events were an interesting contrast: With Bush in town, the Virginia campaign was nationalized, becoming a test of an embattled president’s pulling power.
Remember: Virginia is supposed to be a red state.
In the countdown hours to Election Day, the candidates for governor are returning to their roots.
virginiapolitics.mgblogs.com /index.php/virginiapolitics/blog   (1300 words)

 Commonwealth Conservative » NASCAR for Jerry Kilgore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
A native of Emporia, Virginia, Hermie Sadler began racing go-karts as a child and was named the 1993 Busch Series Rookie of the Year.
Virginia is one of only two states with a gubernatorial election this November, and NASCAR driver Hermie Sadler is entering the fray.
Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Jerry Kilgore is promoting his campaign with a NACSAR sponsorship.
vaconservative.com /archives/2005/09/08/nascar-for-jerry-kilgore-2   (1491 words)

 Intermission 2005 - brought to you by "Election Projection"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
I posted a comment earlier that I thought the Democrats handling of the recount and the mysterious appearance of just enough brand new ballots to give Gregoire the victory would lead to an inevitable Rossi victory in the 2006 Senate race, if he chooses to run.
From the results of the last two presidential elections, Democrats are in the process of losing that demographic as a relaible source of overwhelming majority.
In creating the formula I used to project the outcome of the recent presidential elections, I came across an amazing correlation between a President's job approval just before the election and the resulting popular vote percentage received on election day.
www.electionprojection.com /archives010105.html   (2359 words)

 Augusta Free Press : Election 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Potts, an independent who ran for governor and won 2.2 percent of the vote in Tuesday's election, was unsuccessful in his bid to earn inclusion into any of the three debates...
I am a U.S. and Virginia government teacher at Fort Defiance High School, and yours was the best source of information on candidates and their positions on issues.
The Augusta Free Press is an independent publication serving Staunton, Waynesboro and Augusta County, Virginia.
www.augustafreepress.com /election   (724 words)

 The RCP Blog: Election 2005 - Virginia
The Virginia gubernatorial race is going right down to the wire.
Every poll taken in the last month has the race within the margin of error, but at the moment the trend looks to be favoring the Democrat Tim Kaine.
Bookmark our VA Governor's Page to stay on top of the latest polls, news, and commentary in the home stretch of this race.
www.realclearpolitics.com /blog/2005/10/election_2005_virginia.html   (371 words)

 Technorati Tag: virginia
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 News: Children’s issues play major role in Virginia's Gubernatorial Election: Virginia Law Weekly   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
“Virginia is the only state that has a four-year gubernatorial term where the governor cannot succeed himself,” Johnson said.
[Nationally], Virginia and New Jersey are the only two states electing governors this year, and the New Jersey election is pretty much a snoozer.
As for the Virginia race, Johnson said there are significant differences between Democratic candidate Tim Kaine and Republican candidate Jerry Kilgore.
www.lawweekly.org /?module=displaystory&story_id=808&format=html   (596 words)

 Verified Voting Foundation : Election 2004: Theories and Counter-Theories
Abstract: We examine the relative performance of voting technologies by studying presidential, gubernatorial, and senatorial election returns across hundreds of counties in the United States from 1988 to 2000.
Relying on a fixed effects regression applied to an unbalanced panel of counties, we find that in presidential elections, traditional paper ballots produce the lowest rates of uncounted votes (i.e.
In gubernatorial and senatorial races, paper, optical scan ballots, and DREs are significantly better in minimizing the residual vote rate than mechanical lever machines and punch cards.
www.verifiedvotingfoundation.org /article.php?list=type&type=70   (580 words)

 Virginia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Timothy M. Kaine convinced Virginia voters he would keep their state on the path of good government and prosperity, a message that helped him put the governor's mansion in Democratic hands for another four years.
Virginia voters trimmed the Republican majority in the House of Delegates yesterday, handing Democrats another seat and apparently giving another to an independent from Richmond.
An anti-Republican sentiment spread across Northern Virginia yesterday as voters overwhelmingly cast their ballots for Democrats, sweeping aside the traditional Virginia formula in which Republicans carry the outer suburbs and Democrats win the inner ones.
live.stateline.org /live/ViewPage.action?siteNodeId=123&languageId=1&contentId=-1   (1550 words)

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