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Virginia News Headlines: Wednesday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Wednesday, July 25.

*NBC/WSJ poll: Obama 49, Romney 43

*America’s silence on gun violence

*Romney Adviser Says Obama Doesn’t ‘Fully Appreciate’ Our ‘Anglo-Saxon Heritage’ (What. The. F***?!?!?)

*If the GOP’s voter suppression works (“A Romney presidency would be illegitimate.”)

*Editorial: Choose certainty with a health exchange (“State lawmakers should resume work on a web portal that would allow workers to shop for insurance.”)

*Forbes calls on DoD to reverse gay pride parade exception

*Loudoun’s Herring to run for attorney general

*Democrats, NAACP opposes Hanover’s request to end federal election oversight

*Va. state senator blames racism for Romney gains (Huh?)

*Bob McDonnell to campaign for Romney in Iowa

*In Va., dogs and the dead are invited to vote (Stupid, but now we get to hear Republicans wailing about almost completely mythical “voter fraud” again. Blech.)

*Complaints say Thomas Jefferson High School stacks deck against whites – and blacks and Latinos

*Despite fraud, Air Force continued to use Va. Beach contractor

*Helicopter noise rattling Virginia neighborhoods

*Nationals’ Gio Gonzalez stifles Mets

to match R.A. Dickey with 13 wins


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