Along Virginia’s Route 15, the intensity of the election season makes for tricky relationships.
Sept. 28, 2012 Tony Chastulik owns an antique place called "Really Great Finds" in Lucketts. While the area may have once been considered "the South,” it is no more. "This is no man's land," Chastulik said. "This is not the South." As the areas on the southwest edges of Washington, D.C., become more suburban, it seems that one must travel farther south to find places that "feel South." Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post Buy Photo