Leahy: A Dishonest End to One Person, One Vote in Virginia
It’s very on-brand for Virginia’s political class, which, in a number of unflattering ways, still can’t (or won’t) shake its Byrd machine roots.
Leahy: Virginia Republicans Rally to Trump
These are Virginia Republicans telling us who they are: They are loyal to a disgraced real estate developer and former reality TV game show host.
Leahy: Rob Wittman’s Reelection Strategy
A redistricted Virginia 1st might not be as friendly as the congressman would like.
Leahy: Youngkin Needs to Decide Where His Priorities Lie
The more he tours the country and shares the limelight with election deniers, the more likely some of that stench gets stuck to him.
Leahy: Youngkin’s Biggest Problem on Abortion Isn’t Democrats
It’s the GOP’s own “no abortions, ever” caucus.
Leahy: The Presidential Chatter About Youngkin Misses the Obvious
It’s time for a reality check.
Leahy: Preparing for an ‘Extreme’ Abortion Debate in Virginia
Virginia Republicans seem intent on restricting access to abortion, perhaps with a few exceptions, after 15 to 20 weeks and painting Democrats as extremists.
Leahy: Virginia’s U.S. House Elections
Don’t buy the hype, especially when it comes to special elections in Virginia.
Leahy: Thomas Lawsuit Takes Up House of Delegates Election Challenge
The court took weeks to decide that Paul Goldman had no standing to sue because he could not show the 2021 House elections hurt his voting rights — hardly the sign of a court in a hurry, let alone one really interested in getting at the facts of the case.
Leahy: Goldman Lost His Virginia House District Suit, but the Door Is Open
A court ruled on standing, but, in leaving the merits of the case unaddressed, suggested someone else could pick up the mantle.