Both Terry McAuliffe and Ralph Northam told Virginians they’d work with all sides to find solutions. But reaching across the aisle just to strong-arm the opposition isn’t what voters had in mind.
Pending the results of the all but inevitable recount in the Attorney General’s race, two Republicans have announced their bids for the nomination to win Mark Herring’s State Senate seat in the 33rd District. 10th District Chairman John Whitbeck announced his candidacy last night: “I have personally spoken to Mark Obenshain about my announcement, and […]
Try this one on for size: The Democratic Party wants to embrace its members from 1829, ignore them from 1865, but then come back to them by the mid-20th Century. Seriously. Politifact decided to ignore a lot of what people are talking about these days and hone in on a statement Senator Steve Martin made […]
Instead of focusing on the issues in their own back yards, Democratic mayors play politics
The title really does say it all.
Chris Stearns, chairman of the 3rd Congressional District Republican Committee, is expected to announce his candidacy for the 14th Senate District of Virginia. The seat is being vacated by Harry Blevins and Del. John Cosgrove has already announced that he is running. The firehouse primary is set for May 9th. More details as they emerge.
Terry McAuliffe thinks Virginia’s going to fall for his hustle. While McAuliffe’s campaign can’t be bothered to return calls to the website his car company is suing, they sure can come up with a new attempt to con people out of their hard earned money is to try and play boogieman with Ken Cuccinelli’s donors. […]