As Jim pointed out to me the other day, the preview on the 11th reads like a Gerry Connolly infomercial, but it still paints a decent picture of the 11th. They attempt to paint Connolly as a moderate and mention a number of factors that could spare him from the Republican tsunami this November.
It’s amazing to me to see Democrats get all upset about someone planning to burn a Quran, but have no problem with burning an American Flag.
Over at Virginia Virtucon, Riley has been doing an excellent job delving into 1st District Congressional candidate Krystal Ball’s finances. The latest from Riley: So now they are on their FOURTH explanation of where and how Ball received the $1 million to $5 million in K12, Inc. stock that showed up on her latest financial […]
Bob McDonnell led the Republican Party to its biggest win in Virginia history with a mandate to restore prosperity to Virginia. Today, he could lead both the Commonwealth and the party into the ditch.
While no doubt the pundits in Virginia will be watching Scott Rigell, Robert Hurt, Morgan Griffith, and Keith Fimain, another race to look at is the County Board race in Arlington. While voters in 2010 have important national issues in mind like health care and the economy, there are an abundance of local issues in […]
The September Issue of Virginia Politics on Demand takes a look at Education in Virginia. Education often is seen as a national issue, represented through a debate on whether the federal government has the right to set policy, and to what extent. Often lost is the role of the states in determining how best to […]