Into the Woods They Go
Where does the Virginia GOP go after the thrashing on November 7? It could pick a former officeholder to take the chairman’s job — I’m looking at you, Bill Bolling. It may be time for the “Hanover Hun” to clean house.
Leahy: How to Ensure a Tim Kaine Victory in 2018
Unless someone steps up to challenge Corey Stewart for 2018, Tim Kaine is a shoo-in for reelection.
Score: Election Predictions
On the show this week: It’s (mostly) about the election, including predictions, beefs, and annoyances.
Momentum Shift Favors Ed Gillespie
Could the Latino Victory Fund ad shift the race to tilt Republican?
Score: The Politics of Evil
On the show this week: Gun rights after Las Vegas; the governor’s race heats up a tad; House candidates embrace single payer health care (and federalism); plus PC context, and baseball.
We’re All Unpersuadable Voters Now
Is it true that by the time Election Day arrives, voters often forget early persuasion efforts?
The Mud Starts Flying in the Virginia Governor’s Race
Will negative ads work to energize voters?
Score: Everything is coming up politics
On the show this week: Politics has infested everything; cut taxes for the wealthy; give Virginians a tax cut, too; plus, faith and the minimum wage.
The Virginia Gubernatorial Debate Settled Nothing — But Congress Might
What game changer could shake up the Virginia race?
Virginia Elected Officials Are Pondering Response to Equifax Data Breach
Virginians may be better protected than those in other states.