Desjadon: Nominating Process Excludes Too Many Voters
Candidate Mike Desjadon notes that the 6th Congressional District of more than 600,000 voters deserves better than letting a small minority choose the nominee.
Brown: Questions Continue in 6th District as Delegate Lists Withheld from Candidates
Not releasing the convention delegate lists until mid-April, if then, leaves an unfair disadvantage to the majority of candidates running in the 6th Congressional Republican District.
McGuire: The Trump Trade War Begins
D.J. McGuire explains why there are reasons hardly any economists defend trade protectionism
Godbey: Convention or Silenced Majority
The nominating process has led me to believe that the leaders of the 6th District of Virginia would rather return to the ways of smoky backrooms than an open process.
Shewmake: Speaker Kirk Cox, a True Conservative
Op-ed by William H. Shewmake
Bell: ‘Loaded Gun in School’ … Just Became MY Daughter’s School
Op-ed by former State Senator Brandon Bell.
Haymore: Grid Transformation and Security Act of 2018, Modernizing the Energy Grid
Op-ed from Todd P. Haymore, former Secretary of Commerce and Trade for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Fog of War, or Deliberate Smoke Screen?
Some Republicans are engaging in a concerted effort to cloud an already complicated story.
Stephen Spiker: Why I’m Staying in the Republican Party
We can build a Republican Party that defends conservative principles and wins elections, all while respecting the dignity of individuals of all backgrounds.
Walton: Eliminating Headwinds in the 10th, it’s Time for Hill to Withdraw
This is a race that Republicans cannot afford to lose and Congresswoman Comstock needs to have all the available resources.