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
Disinfecting Virginia’s Public Square
… but we also can’t forget the ugliness that’s still with us.
Don’t Look to the History Books to Predict This Year’s General Assembly Elections in Virginia
Trump is the single greatest get-out-the-vote tool Virginia Democrats have had in a generation.
November’s Election Will Determine What Virginia Does – or Doesn’t Do – About Guns
The bipartisan Virginia Crime Commission is almost ready to analyze and recommend new gun legislation that was proposed in the late, unlamented special General Assembly session.
Trump’s Visit to Jamestown Shakes Up Virginia Politics
Never mind Samirah’s stunt. Forget Cox’s tut-tutting and the blusterings of Norment and Carrico. And the president’s speech? Piffle.
Virginia’s Heat Wave May Have Broken, But Its Politicians Are Burning Hotter Than Ever
Three Virginia politicos in the spotlight
The Virginia General Assembly’s Upcoming Special Session Could Take a Lurid Turn
The special General Assembly session set for July 9 was already set up to be an exercise in political cynicism.
Virginia Primaries Offer Good Stories But No Big Narrative
Emmett Hanger overcame a challenge by a GOP General Assembly member’s wife and the almost-unheard-of endorsement of his opponent by a fellow GOP state senator