Leahy: The Problem With Virginia’s Election That No One Wants To Talk About
The redistricting commission is supposed to have drafts ready by Oct. 10
Leahy: Virginia’s Candidates Tussle With Abortion Rights, Thanks to Texas
Virginia political history is rhyming again
Leahy: Glenn Youngkin Finally Releases a Policy Agenda, With the Clock Winding Down
There are ideas that have been knocking around for decades in Republican and Democratic circles
Leahy: For Glenn Youngkin and Terry McAuliffe, There’s Much Work and Little Time
For the commonwealth’s political junkies, it seems McAuliffe, the Democratic gubernatorial nominee, and Youngkin, the Republican gubernatorial nominee, have not stopped working since winning their respective party nominations.
Leahy: Glenn Youngkin’s Campaign Rolls Out the Crime Ads
That doesn’t mean the ads are flawless. Both demand we ignore the ideological gymnastics behind the pitch.
Leahy: There’s More To the 2021 Elections Than Northern Virginia
Virginia’s statewide elections have always been about numbers
Leahy: Glenn Youngkin’s Policy Rollout Is Overshadowed by the ‘Big Lie’
Even as Youngkin floats his ideas, he’s still playing footsie with the Trump dead-enders who’ve brought the GOP so low including his inability to denounce the conspiracy theory that former president Donald Trump will soon be restored to office
Leahy: The Youngkin Campaign’s Stumbles Aren’t Fatal — Yet
The Republican’s campaign is suffering self-inflicted stumbles right now.
Leahy: The Virginia Governor’s Race Needs a Big Idea
So far nothing has made the average voter sit up and take notice
Leahy: Glenn Youngkin’s Unforced Errors Give Terry McAuliffe the Advantage in Virginia
Mid-July used to be a time when political campaigns went away … but not anymore