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The Virginia Public Access Project is upgrading its online presence with a fresh home page at its Website, www.vpap.org.

The upgrade, slated to occur on Aug. 12, “is aligned with the VPAP board’s strategic goal of reaching a broader audience,” said David Poole, the non-profit organization’s executive director.

The organization provides a host of information about elections and campaign-finance across Virginia.

“The content and structure of the site have not changed,” Poole said in an e-mail to supporters. “Think of it this way: www.vpap.org will have a new front door, but the inside will be the same.”

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