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  Absentee voting provides a means for qualified voters to participate in upcoming elections even though they may not be able to go to the polls on election day. Absentee voting in person begins at least 45 days before most elections and ends for in-person absentee voters on the Saturday before the election. For more information […]

Michelle Obama called into Power 107.5/Columbus to talk to The Power Morning Crew about the importance of not only voting, but voting early! The First Lady…

Election Day is Tuesday, November 6 2012 and Virginia is declared a battleground state. If a candidate wins Virginia they are likely to win an election. First Lady Michelle Obama is on the campaign stomp for the re-election of Barack Obama as president. She believes that he deserves a second-term to finish what he started […]

    Register to vote, check your voter status or your polling location, please visit the State Board of Election’s website at www.sbe.virginia.gov. Fill out the application, print it and mail it to your local registrar. All registrar locations are available on the site. Are you Election Day-Ready? Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, 2012. The […]

If you were convicted of a felony and would like to start the process of getting your rights restored get information here.  Please obtain copies of your sentencing orders and proof that you have paid all fines and restitution -then start the process.  For more information,  go to the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s website at […]

  (Richmond) The City of Richmond has opened three cooling shelters due to extreme heat conditions. The shelters are open 12 noon to 5 p.m. Temperatures reached into the upper 90’s on Wednesday. Bottle water is provided at cooling shelter locations but no pets are allowed. For cooling shelter locations, visit www.richmondgov.com. (Virginia) Judge William Alexander, […]

     UPDATE: The White House has confirmed that Michelle Obama will lead the official U.S. delegation to the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London.   Out of the 46 total first ladies the United States has seen, Michelle Obama serves as the very first African American first lady. When her husband Barack Obama […]

Your vote is your fundamental right in America. Change the course of government at the stroke of a vote. It’s priceless but could cost you everything if you don’t practice its use. Miss Community Clooovia On Monday, June 4, 2012 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles’ mobile customer service […]

Former Massachusett’s governor Mitt Romney is the top contender for the GOP presidential nomination following Tuesday’s primaries. Romney with into the primary with 698 delegates and swept all five states -New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Rhode Island and Connecticut. However, he must still work hard to win the 1,144 delegates to formally secure the nomination. Mitt Romney […]

The 71st Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Robert F. McDonnell is the special guest on Community Conversations with Miss Community this Saturday at 9 a.m. on 99.3 and 105.7 Kiss fm or stream live at www.kissrichmond.com Governor Bob McDonnell will discuss Virginia’s one billion dollar surplus; how his legislative agenda passed by 88% in the General Assembly […]

Terence “Terry” McAuliffe is a successful businessman, political donor and politician.  He grew up in Syracuse, New York where he started his first business at the age of 14, McAuliffe Driveway Maintenance.  He sealed local driveways and parking lots. McAuliffe resides in Mclean, Virginia with his wife and family. McAuliffe served as the 49th chairman […]

Deadline to Vote By Absentee In-Person is Saturday ~ General Registrar Offices Will Be Open Saturday for Absentee Voting ~   RICHMOND, VA – Voters may still apply and vote absentee in-person through Saturday for the November 8 elections. Voters have through Saturday, November 5 to apply and vote absentee in-person.  However, the deadline to apply […]