Early Distribution of Election Flier Prompts Calls For Investigation

A a door hanger distributed this past weekend urging people to "vote today" by the campaign of State Sen. Jeannemarie Devolites-Davis (R-Fairfax) has prompted calls for an investigation from her Democratic opponent, J. Chapman "Chap" Peterson, into whether the Devolites-Davis campaign was deliberately attempting to deceive voters. The story is here.

Other news about the same race from today's Metro section:


Coalition Keeps Devolites Davis Endorsement

The Virginia Coalition of Police and Deputy Sheriffs will stand by its endorsement of state Sen. Jeannemarie Devolites Davis (R), coalition President Josh David said yesterday.

The coalition had considered rescinding the endorsement after Devolites Davis's opponent, Democrat J. Chapman Petersen, complained last week about a campaign mailer that published his home address and family members' names.

David said Devolites Davis has a strong voting record on behalf of law enforcement, so the coalition will not change its position.
-- Amy Gardner

By Focus on Fairfax |  October 30, 2007; 9:31 AM ET  | Category:  Politics
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