It’s early June, so much of official Richmond has been focused on nomination contests. But there’s another major event lurking just over the horizon...
For red meat conservatives, allowing the 30% who want tofu to win in a plurality just doesn't cut it (and it doesn't taste good).
Want energy independence that's both cheap and green? Go nuclear.
11th District SCC member Mike Ginsberg makes the case for unassembled conventions as RPV remains in stasis over the nomination method.
Common sense recycling legislation is being needlessly held up in committee, says TJI's Chris Braunlich.
Kirwin: "It is no longer the party’s job to choose a nomination method. That job is complete. The party’s job now is to make the choice work."
Former Governor Jim Gilmore offers his final remarks as ambassador, emphasizing the essential role -- and essential future -- of the OSCE.
Cox: "Neither my campaign team nor I will pressure—directly or indirectly—the Party into choosing one nomination method over another."
The answer? Logistics and a failure to plan accordingly.
Reversing the convention now would prove SCC to be inconsistent and unpredictable and erode the confidence Virginia Republicans have in us as RPV’s governing body, writes Ginsberg.