The Virginia GOP Goes Back to the Drawing Board
Republicans failed to attract suburban voters. A new poll suggests ways to change that.
What Free-Marketers Learned When Northern Virginia Won Half of Amazon’s Second Headquarters
Corporate welfare won when Amazon decided to plop half of its second headquarters in Crystal City
Lessons from Virginia’s 7th Congressional District
Brat didn’t engage 7th District voters as much or as often as they expect from their congressional representative.
The X Factor in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District
The race between Brat and Spanberger is a pure toss-up but what more can be found in the polls?
A Trump Country Toss-Up in Virginia’s 5th Congressional District
The winner Nov. 6 will be a political newcomer who isn’t a favorite of party bigwigs.
How Scott Taylor Went From Embattled to Favorite
Taylor, having shored up his base, stands poised to win reelection
The Virginian Who Shaped the Supreme Court Into a Constitutional Powerhouse
Hopefully, SCOTUS will return to laying down principles for future generations — not expedite decisions for the political moment.
The Virginia GOP’s Post-Stewart Future
The voices of GOP insiders on the future of Virginia’s Republican Party
Abigail Spanberger’s ‘Unprecedented Support’ Makes the Virginia 7th a Pure Toss-Up
Respondents in this poll who favor Spanberger do not appear simply to be ‘voting against Trump’ … they are voting for Spanberger.
Petition Scandal Deflates Scott Taylor’s Supporters
It’s been clear for some weeks that Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District race between incumbent Rep. Scott Taylor (R) and Democratic nominee Elaine Luria was going to be close.