The Key That Could Unlock Medicaid Expansion in Virginia
Senate Republicans won’t test the anti-Trump vote’s potency until 2019. That bit of insulation, and a firm belief they are right on the policy, makes them confident they can prevent Medicaid expansion again.
Voters May Have an Unwelcome Surprise Waiting for Dave Brat
The Wason Center poll shows a generic Democrat is preferred 59 percent to 31 percent, and voters want a Democratic-controlled Congress 64- 31 percent.
In Virginia, It’s 2004 All Over Again
Virginia Republicans are setting themselves up to reenact the budget stalemate that nearly broke them as a majority party.
The Richmond Mayor’s Real Amazon Opportunity
Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney has a proposition to renovate Richmond’s dilapidated public school buildings.
Virginia Democrats Overreach
Northam has a long way to go in his gubernatorial term so will likely put the unforced errors of his first week in office behind him and quickly become the healer he said he wanted to be.
How to Put a Safe Congressional Seat in Play
Republicans in Virginia’s 6th Congressional District seem eager to do something that hasn’t happened in the Valley for a generation: Give Democrats a chance to win.
Dr. Northam’s RX: Compromise
It’s the perfect set-up — and biggest challenge — for the doctor-cum-governor who wants to “bring people together.”
Northam’s Incentive to Pull a Gilmore
Dr. Northam will become Virginia’s next Governor on January 13.
When All Else Fails, Blame the Media
Virginia’s Republicans again have shown that they remember everything but learn nothing.
The Freitas Gambit
If speculation is correct, Virginia Republicans just might have an alternative nominee for the 2018 Senate race.