Saturday, October 17, 2020

VPAP Weekly Update

Mid-October Financial Disclosures
See money raised and financial contributors in campaign finance reports filed Thursday. VPAP will integrate the data throughout its site Monday.
VPAP's Latest Data Visualizations
Congressional Fundraising
See third-quarter campaign finance data for the candidates running in Virginia's 11 House districts.
Voter Registration Took a Hit
Now back on track, Virginia voter registrations plummeted when the pandemic began. Between March and July, 50,000 fewer voters registered than in 2016.
Virginia's Uneven Surge in Early Voting
More than one of every four registered Virginia voters has already cast a ballot or requested one. VPAP's map shows that enthusiasm may have bypassed many rural areas that traditionally vote Republican.
VPAP on the Radio
This week's topics:
1. Stolen Yard Signs a Nuisance in Fredericksburg
2. Chesterfield Residents Use Home for Big Statements

Each week, VPAP and RadioIQ team up to bring you a pair of human interest stories culled from the headlines of VaNews. The segments are produced by WVTF in Roanoke and carried on public radio stations across the Commonwealth.
Weekly Lobbyist Registrations
VPAP has posted 15 lobbyist registrations filed with the Virginia Ethics Council since last week.

10 New
5 Renewals

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