...and with a more realistic generic ballot? Gillespie remains well within the margin of error for the Virginia gubernatorial nod.
"For all his campaigning against big money in politics, Northam now seems all too happy to accept big money when it suits him."
The documentary provides the raw emotions of the conflict in a way that brings the humanity of both sides to bear -- and the mistakes and errors.
Murphy is getting a bailout from the Virginia House Democrats -- money that you would think shouldn't have to be spent up in Northern Virginia (at all).
What is more interesting to the rest of us? Daily track polling much as what Rasmussen does for presidential approval ratings.
Turpin's first mailing arrived in Virginia Beach, and her spiffy new logo clearly states she is running for “85 District Virginia House of Representatives”.
If images of MS-13 gang members in El Salvador are so terrible, then why does the Washington Post use them so liberally when reporting on MS-13?
This may be the most unnecessary book since OJ wrote “If I Did It,” but there are lessons in her zombie-like re-emergence, even for Republicans.
Democratic Attorney General Mark "Red" Herring is the one last remaining hope as national Democrats begin salvaging at least one statewide race in Virginia.
Economic development doesn’t just happen. Regions must work together for the long term interests of their communities -- not buy in to political hysteria.