House of Delegates Q2 Financial Report Round-Up
A deep dive into the financials of the 20 most competitive House of Delegate races this cycle.
The Court’s New Lines Will Elect More Democrats. Will It Increase Black Representation?
Analysis of the redrawn districts
Supremes Protect Ralph Northam and Mark Herring’s Partisan Gerrymander
The Supreme Court ensures the Democratic partisan gerrymander in the Virginia State Senate, supported by Ralph Northam and Mark Herring, can stand unchallenged.
Analyzing the Court-Drawn Democratic Gerrymander in the Virginia House of Delegates
As a result of SCOTUS, Virginia has a Democratic gerrymander in the State Senate (drawn by Democrats) and now a Democratic gerrymander in the House (drawn by the Courts).
Huge Wins in Fairfax & Arlington for Criminal Justice Reformers!
For those who support real criminal justice reform, Tuesday night was an exciting night in the Commonwealth as two reformers were elected in Arlington and Fairfax Counties.
The Republican Party Isn’t Losing the Youth Vote. It Has Already Lost It.
For the first time, in 2018 Boomers and older generations were out-voted by the combination of Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z.
D.J. Jordan (HD-31) Releases Policy Agenda to Help Vulnerable Children and Families
It’s no surprise that someone with his experience and perspective would release a detailed policy agenda on the issue.
Another Convention Debacle [UPDATE: Now With Quotes from Involved Campaigns]
It wouldn’t be an election cycle in Virginia without a convention doing a fabulous job demonstrating why conventions are a…
Luria, Spanberger Among Cook’s Most Vulnerable Democrats
Cook Political Report ranks Elaine Luria (VA-2) and Abigail Spanberger (VA-7) as two of the most vulnerable Democrats in 2020.
Rich Anderson Announces for HD-51
The incumbent, Hala Ayala, was one of just 20 co-sponsors of Kathy Tran’s infamous abortion bill.