Turnover on Fairfax Board of Supervisors Continues
Is it possible that one of the candidates elected in 2019 will eventually run for Congress in 10-20 years?
A District-by-District Analysis of the New Court-Ordered Lines for 2019
Maps and analysis, district by district
Virginia Needs to Join the Rest of the Nation and End Felony Disenfranchisement
It’s time for Virginia to come out of the shadows and join the rest of the nation, and end this outdated and counter-productive policy.
#PWCBattleground: Yesli Vega Adds to Her Endorsements for Supervisor
The mother and a military wife graduated from the American Military University and the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy.
D.J. Jordan Announces for HD-31 (Prince William, Fauquier)
Seat was previously held by Del. Scott Lingamfelter
Corey Stewart Won’t Run for Re-election
If Republicans are able to set up a comeback in Virginia in 2019 and maintain one or both chambers heading into redistricting, Prince William County will be at the epicenter.
As a Shutdown Looms, a Reminder that Trump Already Turned Down a Border Wall Deal. Twice.
It’s worth understanding exactly why and how we got to the point we’re at today.
How to Fix RPV in One Easy Step
Stop trying. Ideas on how to fix the problem only perpetuate the myth that RPV should be doing more, not less.
Criminal Justice Reform Electoral Victories Across the Country
How puzzling that, when it comes to instilling more transparency and accountability in government, some Republicans balk at the judicial system.
Is This Important? It’s Probably Not Important.
The six largest localities in Virginia all have populations over 300,000 each and collectively made up 38.1 percent of the electorate in 2018.