Virginia is on the cutting edge and is among the first states to offer online voter registration. Not only can anyone with a signature on record with the Division of Motor Vehicles register online, those who are now registered can enter change of address information online.
Click here to access these services.
This new technology will make registering potential voters as easy as pie. Please register your friends, family and colleagues to vote in Virginia's crucial November elections.
Remember, registering voters and urging their participation in elections is not a political activity, it is a civic duty.
The Washington Post ran quite a story about Virginia's home school religious exemption law. It is worth a read. And think, E. W. Jackson wants to pay folks to home school.
Our president had an excellent letter in Wednesday's Richmond Times Dispatch -- check it out.
The VEA Legislative Committee met on Wednesday. They were discussing what was going on in North Carolina, and Alison MacArthur of Frederick County quipped, "Don't NC me." It kind of stuck with me. If you don't know what the governor and legislature have done there, check this out.
Both the legislative and executive branches of government in NC are currently Republican.
In Virginia, we are but one election away from being NC'ed. Mark your calendar and plan to vote on November 5.
(ARTA does not endorse a particular political party, by the way.)