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D. will be Saturday at Forest River Community Center and Tom’s LoungeHejlik was diagnosed with colorectal cancer in July He underwent emergency surgery for a severe abscess and infection Additional surgery is scheduled for August with cancer treatments to followThe community center will host a pulled pork dinner and bake sale 4-8 pm with a silent auction 4-7 pm The dinner is freewill offering Tom’s Lounge will host a dance at 8 pm with live music from Dirty Dawg and more auction activitiesFor more information or to make an auction donation call (701) 741-9156 (218) 779-3660 (218) 779-0784 (701) 360-0617 or (218) 779-5851 A donation fund has been set up at Bremer Bank locations as the Jimmy Hejlik Benefit FundVirginia’s election has been closely watched nationwide as a test of President Donald Trump’s status and impact on the tenor of politics in every stateFrom Korea Trump wasted no time lashing out at Gillespie "Ed Gillespie worked hard but did not embrace me or what I stand for" the president tweeted before the final tally was inIf those results held it could signal a big win for Democrats in Virginia In another closely watched race in Prince William County Democrat Danica Roem became the first openly transgender person to win a seat in Virginia’s House of Delegates She beat longtime Republican incumbent Robert Marshall by a wide margin At least four other Republican incumbents lost their seatsThat was part of a wave of apparent victories for Democratic candidates including what looked like a sweep of statewide offices Democrat Justin Fairfax appeared headed to win as lieutenant governor over Republican Jill Holtzman Vogel and incumbent Attorney General Mark Herring was headed for re-election over Republican challenger John AdamsThe race had been close in pre-election polling and Northam had been criticized by some in his own party for waging a low-key campaign in a time of high passion and sharp rhetoric But Virginians turned out in large numbers on a day of patchy rain around the state as Northam and the Democrats relied on an increasingly efficient system for getting voters to the polls especially in the more populous parts of the stateNortham’s victory was propelled by white college-educated women voters who were concerned about health care a strong showing among Democrats and voters who strongly disapprove of Trump exit polls showedThough overall returns were incomplete Northam’s strength showed in a few bellwether countiesWith 95 of 96 precincts reporting in the District of Columbia suburb of Loudoun County Northam had a nearly 20-point advantage In 2013 Democrat Terry McAuliffe won Loudoun by only about 4 points on his way to a narrow win for governorSimilarly the key Richmond suburb of Chesterfield County which had long been a Republican stronghold was showing a 1-point edge for Gillespie with 75 of 76 precincts reporting In 2013 Republican Ken Cuccinelli took the county by nearly 8 points in his losing bid against McAuliffe Recent statewide polls had shown the race for governor to be neck and neck but the outcome hinged on two unpredictable factors: turnout and Donald TrumpWhile Democrats were energized to show some force after last fall’s demoralizing loss by Hillary Clinton Republicans were itching to deliver a knockout punch by snatching Virginia away It was the only Southern state that went for Clinton last yearPreliminary exit polling Tuesday showed Northam winning roughly 8 in 10 nonwhite voters which is on par with Hillary Clinton’s performance in Virginia last fall and with current Gov Terry McAuliffe’s in 2013 Clinton beat Trump in Virginia by 5 pointsThe exit polling also showed Northam winning roughly 7 in 10 voters in the District’s suburbs including the populous exurbs of Loudoun and Prince William counties That’s a slightly higher edge than Clinton won there last year Northam also had a roughly 20-point advantage in his home turf of Hampton RoadsIn the mountainous and western parts of the state 7 in 10 voters supported Gillespie in the preliminary exit polling – but there are far fewer people in those regionsThe race was closer in central parts of the state as well as areas from the southern border up to RichmondNortham was counting on high turnout in Virginia’s populous diverse urban areas particularly among African-American voters Gillespie fought hard to eat into the growing Democratic base in Northern Virginia as well as to motivate the largely rural white voters who had supported Donald Trump in last fall’s presidential raceIt was a tricky needle for Gillespie to thread He had resisted even talking about the president for much of the race while Northam called Trump a "narcissistic maniac" and pledged to be a bulwark against his policies in VirginiaBut Gillespie made a late pivot toward Trumpian tactics that seemed to energize his campaign promising to defend Confederate heritage and airing ads that raised the specter of violence from illegal immigrantsTrump who never campaigned in Virginia for Gillespie tweeted about the race several times Tuesday morning"Ralph Northam will allow crime to be rampant in Virginia" Trump wrote on Twitter If the Republican wins Trump said "MS-13 and crime will be gone" He was referring to the MS-13 street gang that has featured prominently in Gillespie ads raising fears of violence and illegal immigrationThose ads seemed to take a pivotal place in the race appealing to some as an honest take on very real fears in suburban neighborhoods and condemned by others as Willie Horton-style race-baiting"I didn’t think any of the ads in any of the races were good It was a race to the bottom" said Morgan Broman who is retired and accompanied his 18-year-old son as he voted for the first time at the Mt Vernon Recreation Center in Alexandria "Ralph Northam is not a member of MS-13 as far as I know" Broman voted for the Democratic ticketBut at Beville Middle School in Woodbridge Republican voter Barbara Cottman said she worried that Gillespie didn’t go far enough with a law-and-order message "I believe in. America first" said Cottman 73 "The constitution the constitution the constitution Without that we’re gone Thats our foundation"The Trump factor has driven an unusual amount of national attention toward Virginia where the election is one of only two statewide contests in the country The other election in New Jersey isn’t considered competitive so Virginia has become the proxy for the painful effort by both major parties to find their way forward in the age of TrumpFully half of the more than $50 million raised by Virginia’s statewide candidates came from outside interest groups according to an analysis by the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access ProjectTrump is deeply unpopular in Virginia Preliminary exit polling Tuesday showed just over 4 in 10 Virginia voters approving of Trump’s performance slightly higher than in some pre-election pollsThe top issue for Virginians in exit polling was healthcare with just over 4 in 10 naming it as the most important issue in deciding their voteRoughly 1 in 7 named taxes as their deciding issue the same number as identified gun policy or immigrationGillespie has campaigned on cutting taxes in Virginia and opposition to "sanctuary cities" that do not cooperate with federal deportation orders Northam a doctor has campaigned on healthcareNortham appeared to get a boost from the man he is trying to succeed – McAuliffe who is prohibited by the state constitution from serving a second consecutive termIn preliminary exit polling a slight majority of voters approved of McAuliffe with just over 4 in 10 disapproving of his job performanceDemocrats pulled out all the stops to try to boost turnout in the final weeks of the campaign especially in a bid to woo African American voters to the polls President Obama appeared at a rally in Richmond in late October and recorded a robo-call that went out Tuesday to voters in urban parts of the stateNortham’s campaign reported that the Democratic field army had knocked on 1 million doors since SaturdayVoter Georgia Jones 68 a surgical technician from the Richmond area said she voted for the Democratic slate out of a sense of tradition and obligation"Too many people suffered for us to get to this point for people not to vote" said Jones who is African-American Politicians need to know that "it’s not about you Do something for the people for a change"It’s one of a few bright spots in a legislative season filled with political maneuvering ahead of the fall election that led to vetoes of most of lawmakers’ accomplishments. but they gave him a year to live. including going through a lot of,” said Hegle,"It helps them to know what’s normal in pregnancy,"I think part of it is because moms are empowered, for some civil servants in federal agencies in the country.00pm) (for Prison Officers only) (III) Practical Immigration Duties (11. 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