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Almanac of Virginia Politics 2010

Toni-Michelle C. Travis


BUY Paper · 215 pp. · 5.5 × 8.25 · ISBN 9780981877976 · $40.00 · May 2010

Published since 1977 and updated every two years, the Almanac of Virginia Politics is the leading source of information on the legislative process and key players in Virginia government. The 2010 volume covers the 2009 elections and is invaluable for those tracking the changing demographics that are bringing about ongoing shifts in Virginia’s political leanings. The Almanac includes biographies of all members of the General Assembly, contact information for each, descriptions of their districts, election returns, and voting records, as well as a photograph of the member, all presented in an easily accessible format. Toni-Michelle Travis offers up the ultimate guide to Virginia politics, an invaluable reference tool for legislators, lobbyists, librarians, civic activists, teachers, students, and citizens. The 2010 volume continues a long tradition of ensuring that these various audiences are able to access this important public information in a single, concise resource.

Distributed for George Mason University Press

About the Author: 

Toni-Michelle C. Travis is a Professor of Government and Politics at George Mason University. Her research examines Virginia politics, American government, and racial/ethnic public policy issues.

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