Once again, another totally unscientific and non-reliable poll from the Bearing Drift Center for Internet Studies. Voting continues until 22 March 2011 at 9pm!
First and foremost, VCU beat Georgetown, 74-56, and George Mason beat Villanova, 61-57. This is good for Virginia, as three teams (Richmond will face Morehead State today) will advance further in the tournament. Another Virginia team, Hampton, was not so lucky as they lost to Duke, 87-45. Hampton had a hard time trying to keep […]
The Washington Post has picked up on some whispers by former Governor L. Douglas Wilder that seem to indicate his willingness to back another candidate over former Governor Tim Kaine, as well as his contention that Congressman Bobby Scott has not gotten his fair share of senatorial buzz. Now Rep. Scott has indicated that it […]
Congressman Bob Goodlatte and Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Harrisonburg on Friday. Cantor was there for a campaign fund raiser for Goodlatte with both speaking to the crowd of almost 200 supporters, a who’s who of Republican elected officials and grassroots leadership as well as community and business leaders. Cross-posted at SWAC Girl Photo by […]
Former Governor George Allen has announced four additions to campaign staff, pulling from a variety of sources. From the release: Richard Crouse, Political Director Richard Crouse has participated in local, statewide and federal campaigns throughout the Commonwealth including the successful statewide sweep in 2009 and the congressional election victories in the 2nd, 5th and 9th […]
Nothing hurts more than friendly fire. So why are conservatives in the trenches taking fire from self-styled leaders in the Tea Party movement, many of whom haven’t been heard from in Virginia’s tax fight? The answer is surprisingly shallow.
The Tea Party criticizes George Allen for hiring Mike Thomas. Valid point? Or Desperation?