Virus Politics and Trump’s Shadow Complicate GOP Hopes in Virginia’s 7th District
The Cook Political Report sees the general election contest as a toss-up. Sabato’s Crystal Ball has it at “leans Democratic.”
The Way Virginians Live Now
Ralph Northam’s political restraint and doctorly calm is a welcome relief
The Virginia Budget May Be An Early Casualty of Coronavirus
Pre-coronavirus days of budget votes
It’s Time For Citizen Initiatives in Virginia
Put aside differences over party and policy and join in a grand coalition advocating the adoption on the citizen initiative process
Virginia’s Amanda Chase Raises the Political Ghost of Russ Potts
Chase is a lot like former GOP senator and nearly forgotten gadfly Russ Potts
Virginia Democrats Are Riding High, But the Laws of Political Gravity Will Always Apply
Democrats are flexing their newly-found majority muscle at record speed.
As Memories of 2019 Scandals Fade, Virginia Democrats Are Poised to Cement Gains
What a difference a year makes
Ralph Northam’s Back-to-the-Future Transportation Plan
Can’t expect car drivers to provide increased subsidies to train and transit riders without offering a little fresh asphalt in return
A Final Blow for the Virginia GOP?
We get a real taste of just how much Virginia Republicans still don’t get what’s happening around them and to them.
Tapping the Brakes On Gun Control Still Means Huge Changes Coming to Virginia’s Gun Culture
Will Monday be a peaceful assembly in RVA, as its organizers hope? Or could the event devolve into a repeat of the August 2017 Charlottesville melee that claimed the life of Heather Heyer? Everyone should hope — and work to ensure — it’s the former.