Corey Stewart, a Republican and head of Virginia’s Rule of Law campaign, while focused on the Prince William Chairman’s race, seems to have been nudged closer to making a decision on whether or not to challenge George Allen and Jamie Radtke for the GOP nod.
Take a step back and look at this objectively. Which potential Democratic nominee would have the best shot at the general come November 2012? Who will be the toughest to beat no matter who the Republican nominee is?
BREAKING… UPDATE: Ben Smith over at Politico has the scoop: Webb appeared likely to face a rematch with former Senator George Allen, whom he beat in a bruising 2006 contest. He had expressed ambivalence about the prospect of another run, and has said he never planned a life in politics. UPDATE x2: Jim Riley over at […]
Democratic members of the House of Delegates are pressured by the union that money and manpower will be withheld from future campaigns if they don’t vote against a communications bill.
I can understand why some folks might vote against the Governor’s transportation plan. But they aren’t from Northern Virginia. No one – Democrat or Republican – from NoVA has any excuse to vote against these bills. But the entire House Democratic delegation did. Unbelieveable.
Tea Party activist Adam Light announces his candidacy for the Republican nomination to challenge incumbent Democrat Phil Puckett in the 38th Senate District. Republicans have made inroads in the district, now can Light capitalize on those successes to bring the GOP one seat closer to regaining the majority in 2011?