Tim Kaine tells VCU Virginia needs a ‘dramatic change in Virginia officials’ as a result of ethics scandals, while forgetting his own role in pay for play.
Very few midterm elections affect both the winning and losing parties in the long run (the exceptions make up this list), but Virginia’s 2006 Senate election impacted both – and very quickly.
This afternoon Nelson County’s Commonwealth Attorney Anthony Martin authorized Charlottesville Police to obtain criminal charges against the City Registrar Sheri Iachetta Owen and a former Democratic Party representative on the City’s electoral board, Bettye Stephanie Commander. Both Owen and Commander turned themselves in to authorities Wednesday afternoon. Owen was charged with four felony counts of […]
In 2013, younger voters formed a significant share of the electorate (nearly 40%) and were distinctly unimpressed with the idea of voting Republican. To help solve this problem, a group of Virginia Republicans will launch “NextGen GOP” at an event on Monday evening in Arlington featuring Senate candidate Ed Gillespie. Can a new group help improve GOP prospects moving forward?
Foust needs to go to school in how to respect the diversity of women’s professional accomplishments. Women’s jobs aren’t one size fits all. And surprise though it may be, women don’t always think alike, look alike, have identical interests, or vote the same way.