Saturday, October 24, 2020

SCOTUS To Consider Virginia’s Redistricting Impasse Monday

The U.S. Supreme Court will consider the fate of the Commonwealth's legislative map, which could again change the potential outcome of the 2019 elections following the unveil of the new map drawn by the court-appointed special master.

Virginia Republicans Define 2019 Elections Early, Leaving Democrats Playing Defense

In most competitive House districts across the Commonwealth, Republicans have outspent Democrats two-to-one on digital media via Facebook since the November midterm elections.

2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Begin To Make Their Way To Virginia

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke is scheduled to make appearances all over Virginia next week as the Commonwealth becomes a 2020 battleground state.

MCCARTY: Drivers Deserve a Motorist Bill of Rights

Bad apples in the towing industry are a menace to society, yet they largely operate with impunity, writes McCarty.
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Delegate Dawn Adams Is In Serious Trouble

Questions as to whether or not Adams might be on the hook for criminal liability as well as the $550,000 civil suit filed by her former assistant remain in question.

Judge Upholds Death Threat Case Against Democratic Challenger

Whether you are posting online or participating in your local Antifa mob, remember kids: terrorism isn't cool.

Not Gone, Not Forgotten: Democrats Late Term Abortion Horror Returns

It seems like an eternity ago. People around the U.S. were united in their outrage and disgust at legislation pending before the Virginia General...