Virginia House of Delegates 2005 Elections

Keeping You up to date on the status of Virginia's 2005 Delegate races!

Sunday, May 22, 2005

Two Links

Two good links to get your Sunday going:

1) The first of many mentions of this blog in the mainstream press is here. Clearly reporter Frank Mustac is headed for great things! We expect to be mentioned frequently between now and election day as a fair source for what is happening all over Virginia. We also recognize that we are pretty quoteable (or at least better than quoting both campaigns claiming they will win!).

2) JadedJd's blog has an amazing new feature, mapping our projections in a very attractive format. Check it out here.

Check back later for some good stuff that we will post up this afternoon. We'll get into the 45th District slapdown by Marian Van Landingham, the movement in the 33rd House District primary, and also a further analysis of districts 13-34, why all 22 of them are Republicans, and what is in common in districts that start in McLean on the border with Maryland and run together all the way to Roanoke County to the south, and Fredericksburg to the east. Until Democrats can crack some of these areas, they will not be competitive to hold a majority in the House of Delegates.

4 Comments:

At 9:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice job NLS. I can't wait for the first article that quotes NotLarrySabato disagreeing with Larry Sabato.

 
At 12:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

NLS, as the MSM picks up on this site, I think you will be quoted less than the anon comments. Too many of them are too tempting for reporters.

 
At 4:58 PM, Anonymous roanoker said...

I just emailed it to the reporter with the Roanoke Times

 
At 5:04 PM, Anonymous fargoer said...

I just emailed it to the reporter for the Fargo Sun.

 

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