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Fimian Concedes To Connolly In VA-11

by @ Tuesday, November 9th, 2010. Filed under 2010 Elections, Elections, Gerry Connolly, Keith Fimian, Politics, Virginia Politics

There will no recount in the 11th Congressional District: Republican Keith Fimian has released a statement conceding defeat in the 11th Congressional District race against Rep. Gerald Connolly (D). Connolly leads Fimian by 981 votes — or .4 percent of all votes cast — according to the Virginia state board of elections site. That margin […]

Fimian Campaign Sending Out Prayer Requests ?

by @ Tuesday, September 7th, 2010. Filed under Keith Fimian, Virginia, Virginia Politics

Not Larry Sabato has the details. This just strikes me as odd, especially if it came in the form of an official campaign email.

Gerry Connolly: Bush Tax Cuts Didn’t Help Economy ! Let’s Extend The Bush Tax Cuts !

This interview should provide Keith Fimian with material for a commercial or three: H/T: Not Larry Sabato

Virginia Republicans Pick Fimian, Hurt, Rigell To Head Into November Battle

Virginia’s Republicans picked their candidates for the November elections yesterday: Republicans in Northern Virginia decided Tuesday to create a rerun of 2008, nominating Oakton businessman Keith Fimian to face Rep. Gerald E. Connolly (D) for the second straight cycle. The contest in the 11th District, where Fimian beat Fairfax County Supervisor Pat S. Herrity (Springfield) […]

Ken Cuccinelli Endorses Keith Fimian In VA-11 GOP Primary

Election 2008: Virginia Turns Blue

There’s no denying it this morning, yesterday was a very good day for Democrat’s in Virginia. First, Mark Warner won Virginia’s open Senate seat in a cakewalk: Democrat Mark R. Warner cruised to a decisive victory in the U.S. Senate race against Republican James S. Gilmore III yesterday, giving Virginia two Democratic senators for the […]

Connolly Beats Fimian In Virginia 11

The Battle For VA-11 Begins

by @ Tuesday, August 26th, 2008. Filed under 2008 VA-11 Race, Gerry Connolly, Keith Fimian, Virginia, Virginia Politics

Today’s Washington Post takes a look at the race in Virginia’s 11th Congressional District: In Northern Virginia’s 11th Congressional District race, Democrats are aiming to extend recent gains while Republicans hope a wealthy businessman who is already advertising on television can help the party hang on to a seat held for seven terms by retiring […]

VA-11 Outlook: No Surprise, And He’s Probably Right

The WaPo’s Chris Cillizza ranks Virginia’s 11th District as one of the Congressional seats most likely to change parties this year: 2. Virginia’s 11th (Open seat, R): In the days leading up to the June 10 Democratic primary between Fairfax Board of Supervisors Chairman Gerry Connolly and former Rep. Leslie Byrne, there was a real […]

Connolly Wins In The 11th, Ellmore Wins In The 8th, Wolf Wins In The 10th

In a primary election marked by incredibly low turnout, it’s usually the candidate with the most committed supported and best organized get-out-the-vote effort that’s going to come out on top, and it looks like that’s what happened in Northern Virginia’s Congressional Districts yesterday. In the Democratic race in the 11th District, for example, Fairfax BOCS […]

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