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Get Election Results While Driving

Anita Kumar

Virginia residents will be able to see the results of Tuesday's presidential primary as they unfold on a series of digital billboards across the state.

The billboards will provide real time election results with candidates' names and percent totals. They will be updated instantly.

"We are very excited to provide such a valuable service during a pivotal political race to the people of Virginia," said Tom Pappalardo, executive director of the Outdoor Advertising Association of Virginia. "This new technology lets us provide this important information as it happens to the hundreds of thousands of people who see these billboards."

Billboards will be located at 16 places in Richmond, Fredericksburg, Roanoke and Hampton Roads. Results will be provided by the State Board of Elections.

By Anita Kumar  |  February 7, 2008; 9:51 PM ET
Categories:  Anita Kumar , Election 2008/President  
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Comments

words cannot express how stupid that is

Posted by: Anonymous | February 8, 2008 4:52 PM | Report abuse

Hmmm... really?

Barack Hussein Obama... Out of the clouds, into the light with more clarity, focuses on Presidential run.

Just say NO to Obama (and drugs - specifically Obama youth supporters)!

"Dreams From My Father"
Mr. Obama's account of his younger self and drugs, though, significantly differs from the recollections of others who do not recall his drug use. That could suggest he was so private about his usage that few people were aware of it, that the memories of those who knew him decades ago are fuzzy or rosier out of a desire to protect him, or that he added some writerly touches in his memoir to make the challenges he overcame seem more dramatic.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23080205/

Posted by: PDC | February 9, 2008 10:21 PM | Report abuse

Hurray for the Post. No need for any of that garbage. Nor the bill boards either!

Posted by: Al | May 6, 2008 7:25 PM | Report abuse

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