The Sessoms endorsement doesn’t matter. Let’s channel that anger into a solid two weeks of campaigning before Election Day.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was not happy with her colleagues when they upheld the Texas voter ID law. She has the talking points down pat…
If Warner is as bipartisan and pragmatic as The Washington Post makes him out to be, he ought to do the right thing and hold a press conference to answer any and all questions about his role in this federal probe immediately.
An endorsement that officially changes politics in Virginia Beach.
The war on coal is alive and well.
Realizing he has a fight on his hands, Connolly tries to buy his way to a win against Suzanne Scholte using old tropes
It’s tough to be funny in a campaign. This hits the mark.
Democrat Debbie Wasserman Schultz predicted her party would hold the Senate because “One question voters will ask is: Who has your back?”
The Virginian-Pilot claims Forbes is inconsequential, ineffective, ideological, undisciplined, inconsistent, and divisive (including within the party).
The Democratic Party has failed to bring down the jobless rate in the minority community, and have pushed minimum wage earnings as a way of life.