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Local entrepreneurs aren't interested in hearing rhetoric, they say.
On Nov. 6, Alexandrians will make selections for mayor and city council.
City voters are assigned to specific school board districts.
Several neighborhood civic associations along with the Alexandria League of Women Voters and the Old Dominion Boat Club have allied to co-sponsor a debate at George Washington Middle School.
Look up your neighbor's contributions to the campaigns of President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney based on data from the Federal Elections Commission.
There are various reasons you may be eligible for absentee voting, which begins Sept. 21. You can cast your absentee ballot via mail or in person.
The two U.S. Senate candidates talked about sequestration and the economy in McLean Thursday.
Patch is teaming with ACTion Alexandria and the Alexandria Chapter of the NAACP to host the event, and Patch readers can suggest debate questions.
The North Ridge Citizens Association is organizing an event for Alexandria School Board candidates.
On the Nov. 6 ballot, Alexandrians will see party affiliations for national seats, but not for City Council and mayor.
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