The Almanac of Virginia Politics

The Almanac of Virginia Politics

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

The Almanac of Virginia Politics 2010

The Almanac of Virginia Politics 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

The Almanac of American Politics 2010

The Almanac of American Politics 2010

The results of the 2008 presidential election were extraordinary, marking the beginning of a new period in American political history. Democrat Barack Obama became the first African American president in the United States, claiming a decisive over Republican John McCain. His fellow Democrats, meanwhile, established a robust majority in the Senate, winning seats in New Hampshire, New Jersey, and North Carolina, among others. Florida, Indiana, Ohio, and Virginia—states carried by Republicans in previous elections—“went blue” for the first time in decades. Across the political spectrum, Americans turned out to vote in droves. No matter how you voted in the 2008 presidential election, it was unmistakably exciting. Its implications for both parties, however, remain unknown. From Internet fundraising to foreign policy, ballot fraud to ethics scandals, the political scene for Republics and Democrats is changing quickly. And in this time of uncertainty, there's one book both parties turn to: The Almanac of American Politics. The 2010 Almanac remains the gold standard of accessible political information, relied upon by everyone involved, invested, or interested in American politics. As in previous editions, the 2010 Almanac includes profiles of every member of Congress and every governor; as well as in-depth and completely up-to-date narrative profiles of all 50 states and 435 House districts, covering everything from economics to history to, of course, politics. It also contains Michael Barone's sharp-eyed analysis of the 2008 presidential elections, congressional elections, and redistricting battles. New to this edition is a statistical breakdown of the 2008 presidential vote by state and congressional district, plus coverage of all recent special elections. Full of maps, census data, and information on topics ranging from campaign expenditures to voting records to interest group ratings, the 2010 Almanac of American Politics presents everything you need to know about American politics in snappy prose and framed by cogent analysis.

Almanac of American Politics 2018

Almanac of American Politics 2018

The 2018 edition includes: In-depth profile of every governor, Senator, and House member. Updated demographic information for every state and district, including information from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey, with new categories of economic, occupational, social and geographic data.

The Almanac of American Politics - 2016

The Almanac of American Politics - 2016

The 2016 Almanac remains the gold standard of accessible political information, relied on by everyone involved, invested or interested in American politics. Highly regarded for its in-depth analysis and comprehensive profiles of every congressional district, state, governor and member of Congress, The Almanac is the tool you need to better understand the context of the people and perspectives shaping the issues that matter to you. The Almanac of American Politics is the must have resource for understanding the American political landscape. The 2016 edition includes: In-depth profile of every governor, Senator, and House member. Updated demographic information for every state and district, including information from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey, with new categories of economic, occupational, social and geographic data.

Almanac of Virginia Politics 2008

Almanac of Virginia Politics 2008

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 2008 volume is invaluable for those tracking the changing demographics that are bringing about historical shifts in the state. Illustrated here is the much-discussed trend of Virginia’s moving from being a traditionally "red" state to one that’s more "purple," which is reflected on the state level in the current makeup of the House of Delegates (53 Republicans, 45 Democrats, and 2 Independents) and State Senate (19 Republicans and 21 Democrats) as well as in the offices of governor, held by Democrat Tim Kaine; lieutenant governor, held by Republican William T. Bolling; and attorney general, held by Republican Robert F. McDonnell. 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 Almanac of American Politics 2020

The Almanac of American Politics 2020

The 2018 edition includes: In-depth profile of every governor, Senator, and House member. Updated demographic information for every state and district, including information from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey, with new categories of economic, occupational, social and geographic data.

Encyclopaedia Britannica Almanac 2010

Encyclopaedia Britannica Almanac 2010

The Encyclopaedia Britannica 2010 Almanac, is the complete source for fast facts. Published in association with Time Magazine, the Encyclopaedia Britannica Almanac 2010 includes more coverage of key subjects such as the arts, business, people, science, and the world than other leading almanacs. Read about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Darfur, the rise of global food prices and the accompanying political and financial effects, the growing military operation in Afghanistan, the lives of influential political leaders, athletes, authors, heroes and much more !