Democrat Del. Mark Keam announced he’s not exactly sure he’s running again. “Because I am uncertain of what my House district will look like, I have decided to hold off on making any decisions about my political future until after the lines are drawn.(Keam’s Website)” Why publicize that you are unsure about running for re-election? […]
Looks like we may finally have a top-of-the-ticket Republican to take on the Democratic machine here in Fairfax. And if the rumors are true, I think he’s the right man for the job.
Virginian-Pilot wants you to know if you don’t vote Democrats for State Senate, a tidal wave will destroy you. And your puppy.
Early Sunday morning, Virginia General Assembly budget negotiators broke their impasse and agreed on a deal. Preliminary indications are that House Republicans managed to prevail on the Senate many necessary amendments to the budget.
I’ve argued that SB 924 — the bill that requires the 21 abortion clinics in Virginia to meet the same standards as outpatient care — may not be the victory we think it is. Why? Because abortion clinics will simply meet the high standards imposed, thus further entrenching the idea that abortion is safe, victimless, […]
The Democrats already knew they had a tough row to hoe in the State Senate this year. And three major retirements in Northern Virginia made the job a lot tougher.