Right-to-Work is Here to Stay in Virginia
It was Virginia Democrats — led by Gov. William Tuck — who put the right-to-work law on the books.
Bipartisan Excess Threatens to Engulf Virginia Politics
The very early signs indicate the GOP isn’t interested in reflection and introspection, let alone answers about why suburban, educated voters have abandoned them.
Virginia Democrats’ Priorities Will Soon Meet the Republican Resistance
Making honest voters out of us all should be a bipartisan no-brainer.
Joe Morrissey Is Now the Biggest Player in Richmond
The man the party tried to keep out of office, or at least only marginally inside the tent, is now the kingmaker.
As Virginia Election Season Draws to a Close, Beware the Mail
It’s the holy trinity of politics: fear, anger, and hate.
Whoever Wins Virginia’s General Assembly Elections Will Soon Have to Finish Old Business
The end of the 2019 campaign season is in sight.
Mike Pence Is Wasting His Time Trying to Rattle Abigail Spanberger
Chesterfield and Henrico Counties turned against Republicans in the 2017 statewide and HOD races and in the 2018 congressional midterm.
Justin Fairfax Lawsuit Aims to Settle Scores, But It Could Open New Chapter in Virginia Politics
Will it persuade anyone to switch sides between now and November 5?
The Trump Impeachment Question Has Nationalized Virginia’s Legislative Races
General Assembly candidates will ride the impeachment wave before their congressional counterparts.
In Virginia’s General Assembly Races, Turnout Is Paramount
It’s prediction season in Virginia politics and the outcome depends on who shows up to vote