Week in Review: McLean Votes Blue; McAuliffe Announces Bid for Governor
A look back at the top stories in McLean from Nov. 5-9
In case you weren't checking into McLean Patch every day (and if you didn't, you should start by signing up for our daily email newsletter), here is a round-up of what happened around the neighborhood this week.
- "Patch and AOL Send Hurricane Sandy Relief Trucks to Long Island, New Jersey" Employees help out, and you can, too.
- "Langley Football Defeats McLean, Share Your Game Photos" The Langley Saxons came out on top on Saturday, 27-7.
- "McLean-Based Capital One Donates $1 Million to Sandy Relief Efforts" Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell also announced he will donate $50,000 to the Virginia Disaster Relief Fund.
- "McLean Crime Blotter: Oct. 25-31" A summary of the latest McLean incidents, arrests reported by Fairfax County police. Where an arrest is mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
- "Barack Obama Re-Elected President"
- "McLean Poll Workers Call Morning Turnout Strong" One precinct chief in McLean called voter turnout on Tuesday morning just as strong, if not stronger, than the morning turnout for the 2008 presidential election.
- "McLean Votes: Election 2012 Results" The majority of McLean voters chose Obama and Kaine. Find out how your precinct voted.
- "National Weather Service Forecasts Possible Snow in McLean" Wednesday was cold in McLean and Northern Virginia. Did you get a few flurries in your neighborhood?
- "McLean Resident Terry McAuliffe Announces Bid for Governor" Just days after the presidential campaign season ended, another campaign is about to gear up.
- "Injured Hiker Rescued From Great Falls Park" U.S. Park Police responded to the call for help.
- "McLean Restaurant Inspections: Pizzeria Cited For 11 Critical Violations" In this column, Patch publishes the latest round of McLean restaurant reports.
- "Tysons Corner Stores Have Already Decked the Halls" Parts of the mall and other area shops are already decked out for Christmas. Do early decorations turn you off?
- "Kaine Pledges Bipartisan Work in Washington" New Virginia senator says first order of business is to work on good solutions to nation's debt.