One would presume that public safety is probably pretty high on the list of things the Virginia Attorney General ought to be familiar with and trusted for. If you are a person who thinks like that, you’d be right. According to the OAG, some of the things an attorney general must do include: Defend criminal […]
Heading into October, citizens and organziations are choosing sides, and in the 83rd in Virginia Beach, more and more are choosing Chris Stolle. And it’s a broad coalition. Teachers. Doctors. Business owners. Elected officials. They’re all stepping up to sign their name on Stolle’s campaign. (I personally think it was Joe Bouchard’s vote for regional […]
In this edition of Virginia Politics On-Demand, your guest hosts Shaun Kenney and Jason Kenney talk about the lengthening list of non-endorsements Creigh Deeds seems to be racking up, along with an in-depth analysis of how the Virginia rightosphere is feeling about polls, whether the Washington Post’s boosting of Deeds is new or just business-as-usual, […]
Waldo and I discuss Uranium Mining at the Coles’ Hill proposed site in Pittsylvania County on Weekend Virginia. I talk about how this is a statewide issue. Waldo seems to focus on those who live in the area. We both are interested in the outcome of the current 18-month study being conducted.
Drifters, You may have noticed the date, September 26th, a mere 38 days until E-Day. And if you’ve noticed as I have, there is little to no Creigh Deeds presence in the area. So I’m curious where in the area you’ve seen a Creigh Deeds yard sign, or Deeds 4×8 (if such mythical things exist) […]
Que Pasa means “What’s Happening?” in Spanish. It’s also a major festival that draws 10,000 people from the Hispanic community to Richmond for the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Today, Bob McDonnell, Ken Cuccinelli, and the Republican Party of Virginia are all at the festival: But what about the Democrats. Not so much… Are Democrats […]
You’d think with President Obama having both Houses of Congress firmly in the D column, he’d be able to keep a promise or two. Obama opposed Hillary Clinton’s “play or pay” fines for health care during the campaign, but he loves them now. Promises to keep unemployment under 8% if only we went further into […]
If the week couldn’t get any worse for Creigh Deeds. Public Safety…no Deeds. Virginia pioneer…no Deeds. Small, innocent puppies? No Deeds. Yep. Even the Humane Society has endorsed Bob McDonnell. (h/t: Virginia Virtucon) If a puppy can’t love you, who will?
Paul Goldman, former DPVA chair and campaign manager for Doug Wilder’s 1989 run for Governor, call’s Wilder’s statement “to be of particular trouble for Creigh Deeds”: The failure of former Governor Wilder to endorse Mr. Deeds is one thing: the statement Mr. Wilder issued to justify explain it quite another. Wilder didn’t just non-endorse, he […]