There was a slight hiccup today on the twittesphere, when Democrats alleged that Scott Rigell had violated Federation Election Commission law by leaving off the disclaimer ‘I’m Scott Rigell and I approved this ad’ Glenn Nye’s campaign jumped into the mix, commissioning a video, a notarized complaint and post on their campaign website about Scott […]
Campaigns are gearing up for the big push, and Congressman Rob Wittman is kicking off a major rally. Wednesday October 27th Wittman HQ 1730 George Washington Memorial Highway Yorktown, VA 3:30 – 6:30 PM Two guest speakers caught my attention, the always charismatic Del. Glenn Oder and American Patriot and former Congressional Candidate Ben Loyola. […]
With just one week left in the campaign in Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District, a poll released by CNU professor Dr. Quentin Kidd and WVEC shows the race tight with 12% still undecided.
5th District conservative leaders whose images are used in a Perriello attack ad discounting Robert Hurt’s conservatism speak out.
Guess what…come Nov. 2, you, the Virginia voter, have to make some decisions regarding our state constitution. Courtesy of Del. Brenda Pogge (R-Yorktown), those ballot questions are: 1: “Shall Section 6 of Article X of the Constitution of Virginia be amended to authorize legislation that will permit localities to establish their own income or financial […]
As of this writing, Banks, who makes big money from the taxpayers while being employed at Norfolk State University, is the only candidate in Virginia Beach who can’t run a campaign without breaking campaign finance law and paying a fine for it.
As Robert Hurt picks up endorsements from three major 5th District newspapers, Virginia Democrats attempt to boost the third-party candidacy of Jeff Clark.
OK. This is just a little bit hard to believe. From Roll Call: Smith’s campaign manager, Lisa Creeden, said she wishes her boss could count on the party’s help; no Republican has held Virginia’s 3rd district in 18 years. “I think the Republican Party is going to damage themselves with the African-American community,” Creeden said. […]