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RICHMOND _ AARP Virginia and the League of Women Voters of Virginia announced today that the state’s largest and most widely-broadcast debate sponsored by nonpartisan organizations has been cancelled for 2017 because Democratic candidate and Lt. Governor Ralph Northam declined to participate.
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RICHMOND _ AARP Virginia and the League of Women Voters of Virginia say they are disappointed that the People’s Debate is not included in the 2017 gubernatorial debate schedule, and are encouraging the candidates to reconsider.
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The Montgomery County League of Women Voters and the Lifelong Learning Institute at Virginia Tech invite the public to participate in Great Decisions, an annual eight-week nonpartisan community discussion on international affairs. This award-winning program, using materials prepared by the Foreign Policy Association, is in its 63rd year and is presented in many locations nationwide.
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Learn where your candidates for U.S. Congress stand on issues important to you and your family at a series of Candidate Meet and Greet events.  Join AARP Virginia, the League of Women Voters of the Fairfax Area, the Coalition of Asian Pacific Americans of Virginia and other community organizations at these events.
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RICHMOND _ By avoiding the People’s Debate, gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli is ignoring half of all registered voters in Virginia, the two sponsoring organizations said today.
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RICHMOND _ AARP Virginia and the League of Women Voters of Virginia say they are surprised and disappointed about news reports that Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican nominee for Governor, will not participate in the People’s Debate sponsored by the two groups.
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