Sunday, July 04, 2004

Polling places in Southwest Virginia and elsewhere in state to be scrutinized for disabled access

The Richmond paper reports here that the polling places in Southwest Virginia and the rest of the state will be scrutinized this summer for handicapped access.

The article notes that "[l]ocalities with the highest rates are all in Virginia's coal fields: Buchanan (35.9 percent), Dickenson County (34.9), city of Norton (34.5), Lee County (32.7) and Russell County (31.5)."

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