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Barbara Comstock and LuAnn Bennett election hub

Here's a rundown of stories, interviews and ads on what many political pundits are predicting will be a tight 10th Congressional District election between incumbent Republican Rep. Barbara Comstock and her Democratic challenger LuAnn Bennett..

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Gabby Giffords in Loudoun: ‘It takes courage’

Since the Sandy Hook shooting, Gabrielle Giffords has become a leading advocate for gun control, specifically making it harder for criminals and the mentally ill to obtain a gun and expanding background checks.

Voter registration deadline in Virginia extended to Friday

The Virginia Department of Elections has extended the deadline to register to vote in this year's general election until 11:59 p.m. Friday.

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Clinton vs. Trump: Debate night at the Alamo

“What better way to witness the insanity of the final throwdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton than on the big screen at the Alamo?” said Gabriel Ruzin, the theater's creative manager.

Democrat LuAnn Bennett, left, and Republican Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, right.

Comstock and Bennett highlight contrasts in second and final debate

Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, the Republican incumbent in what has become a tightly contested race for the House of Representatives’ 10th Congressional District of Virginia seat, still can’t escape Donald Trump.

MORE: Loudoun deputies investigating alleged threats against GOP office in Sterling

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputies are investigating alleged threats against the Republican Campaign Headquarters on Pidgeon Hill Drive in Sterling after receiving third-party information on Oct. 16 from an unknown man, according to reports.

Today last day to register to vote in Loudoun

Today is the last day Loudoun County residents can register to vote in this year's Nov. 8 general election. Offices close at 5 p.m.

Poll: Clinton leads Trump by 15 points in Virginia

A new poll shows Hillary Clinton with a commanding lead over Donald Trump in Virginia.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

With Clinton strong in Virginia, McAuliffe role understated

Virginia was supposed to be a key battleground state and the high energy governor was expected to bounce around the Old Dominion in the run up to Election Day, helping Clinton pursue the state's 13 electoral votes.

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Here’s what happened when four Loudoun County students wore Clinton and Trump shirts to school

Park View High School sophomore Samuel Gardner was sitting in the bleachers at his Loudoun County school in late September. Next to him sat a fellow student wearing a hijab. Gardner had an eerie feeling. He felt like both the judge and the judgee.

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UPDATE: Trump campaign pulling out of Virginia, report says

The report comes three days after the Trump campaign fired the now former Virginia state campaign chairman, Corey Stewart.

Leesburg Town Council clashes over architectural standards

Political claws came out during Leesburg’s Town Council meeting Oct. 11 after a vote to keep the town’s H-2 historical architectural standards intact turned confrontational.

Donald Trump in July at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

We asked 16 Loudoun County Republicans if they support Donald Trump. Two responded.

Do you support Donald Trump's candidacy for president? Why or why not?

FACT CHECK: Trump, Clinton and their debate claims

Donald Trump mischaracterized the record on Hillary Clinton's defense of her husband and her own treatment of women when he brought up Bill Clinton's sexual history and other episodes of the past. Clinton didn't give a square account of the fallout from her email practices.

MORE: Loudoun Chamber president condemns America Rising political action committee following debate

Following a lively 10th Congressional District debate Oct. 6, Tony Howard, the president and CEO of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, condemned a conservative political action committee for the PACs "disgraceful" violation of rules at the event.
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