Less than super [February 6]

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Less than super [February 6]

Super Tuesday, folks, is not for everyone: On Tuesday, the Virginia State Board of Elections received upwards of 700 phone calls from voters who, according to the Washington Post, called to find out where they could cast their votes for the Virginia presidential primary. The only problem? Virginia’s primary is scheduled for Tuesday, February 12. In the same article, Mayor Dave Norris speaks in support of Senator Barack Obama, who he credits with motivating “so many young people to get involved in politics,” and local writer John Grisham’s name pops up on Senator Hillary Clinton’s Virginia steering committee list. Remember: February 12, people.


Mayor Dave Norris backs Barack Obama, while local author John Grisham is behind Clinton.

Previous "This Just In" articles from this week:

Local roadblock [February 5]
UVA historian implicated in 9/11 cover-up

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