Cosgrove to Remain in State Senate
John Cosgrove loves Chesapeake and wants to serve it.
Gillespie Tied in Hypothetical Matchup with Northam or Perriello
Republican front-runner for governor, Ed Gillespie, is in a virtual tie with either of his potential Democratic opponents, former Congressman Tom Perriello or Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, according to today’s Wason Center for Public Policy poll from Christopher Newport University.
Gillespie Maintains Commanding Lead in GOP Race; Democrats in Dead Heat in Gubernatorial Race
The Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University released data earlier today showing Republican Ed Gillespie with a comfortable lead over his competition for the GOP nomination for governor; Democrat Lt. Governor Ralph Northam, who once was thought would be coronated, is in a neck-and-neck race with former Congressman Tom Perriello, in that contest.
Blacksburg Millennials Share Tech-Savvy Talents With Non-Profit Community
Mix tech-savvy millennials, grateful non-profits, and a day-long marathon, and you have “Make a Mark.”
Dave Brat Thinks We’re Stupid
Dave Brat is peddling misinformation and half-truths to convince all of us that he isn’t to blame for Obamacare’s survival. Don’t believe him.
Bearing Drift Asks a Free-Speech Advocate About #FakeNews
The First Amendment and fake news.
Ernesto Sampson Announces for HOD-72
VMI grad seeks to fill seat being vacated by Jimmie Massie.
Score: A Lesson in Constitutional Government
On the show this week: the Gorsuch hearings; “The View,” the sweet spot,” melting the snowflakes, and the Macker gets one right.
Corey Stewart’s No Good, Very Bad Week Hits Rock Bottom
In one week, Corey Stewart’s campaign has been found to be misleading, falsifying, self-gratifying and now racist. How much longer can his campaign last?
McAuliffe’s Failed Governorship Results in Record 91 Vetoes
With his 91st veto, Governor McAuliffe has cemented his place in Virginia history – and not in a good way.