Her First Time Voting
I thought that watching my daughter vote for the first time would be my proudest moment this chilly November morning, but I was wrong – it was hearing her tell me how much it meant to her.
31st District Campaign Becomes a Smear Campaign
The truth matters and voters have a right to hear it.
A Ladies Luncheon Like No Other
The room was filled with dozens of African-American and Hispanic women supporting 31st District GOP Delegate candidate DJ Jordan
21 Years Ago Today My Friend Matt Shepard Died
This issue is not political but personal. It changes from one to the other the moment someone you love says two simple words, “I’m gay.”
Democrats Have a Score to Settle
Republicans are going to win or lose together which goes beyond just attending each other’s events but actually sharing resources and strategies
GOP Doesn’t Believe Christian Extremism Exists
False claims, fear-mongering, and calculated division do not lift the angelic toward heaven nor do they lift the political towards victory.
The Names We Didn’t Hear on August 3rd
Gun advocates are going to have to sit down with gun control advocates and work out a solution. Until they do, Americans will continue to die.
What Silence Sounds Like
The President’s tweets were racist, xenophobic, and misogynistic. I won’t stay silent, because I know what that silence sounds like.
Political Theater Comes to Richmond
Like actors waiting by the newsstand for the reviews the next day, our legislators were more interested in what was said about them than what they said themselves.