Delegate Jason Miyares (R-Virginia Beach) has had a busy ride into the world of politics. From becoming a young prosecutor in the Tidewater region,...
If Northam and Herring can't stand up to LIUNA in defense of even Justin Fairfax, why should voters expect them stand up to special interests the future?
“Concern over immigrant welfare use is justified, as households headed by non-citizens use means-tested welfare at high rates," says the Center for Immigration Studies as President Trump looks to the DHS proposal that will enforce "public charge[s]" to non-citizen immigrants that use public assistance programs.
If Fairfax is desperately hoping for a five-point Northam victory, then the campaign needs to prepare for a different sort of experience -- defeat.
Democrats would love to see us rip one another apart. Let's set our eyes towards the opportunities we have, not the backbiters within.
"On Monday, I will be introducing articles of impeachment for Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax if he has not resigned before then," said Delegate Patrick Hope (D-Arlington).
Republicans defeated Governor Northam's tax hike and instead will deliver on a promise of $1 billion in tax relief for 4 million Virginians, following Northam's morning announcement that he would abandon his proposal. It appears the recent controversy has taken its toll on Democrats, leaving the governor without the political capital to push an unpopular tax hike in a critical election year.
President Trump said he vetoed the "reckless resolution" because Congress' action was a "vote to deny the crisis on the southern border" and was a "vote against reality."
State law requires drivers to use a turn signal only when another vehicle is affected, but a bill linking usage to pedestrians traffic fails in the House.
"If our friends in the Democratic Caucus want to talk about racism, they need to clean up their own house first...and we're waiting for you to do that," said Republican House Majority Leader Todd Gilbert.