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Study Seeks To Address Virginia’s I-95 Congestion Problems

Regardless, as always, financing is set to become the main problem to improve traffic congestion on Interstate 95.

Virginia GOP, Fairfax NAACP To Protest Northam At Dave Marsden Fundraiser

Where Virginia Governor Ralph Northam goes, protesters shall follow.

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.

Speaker Kirk Cox On The Honor of Public Service

A textbook ad... but one that shows you how lucky Virginia is to have Speaker Kirk Cox behind the dais. 

Terry McAuliffe May Use His Alligator Wrestling Skills Against Trump In 2020

If his pre-campaign teasers are any evidence of what he will do in the next 19 months, McAuliffe is set to campaign weird, quickly. 

Amid Racial Scandal, Northam To Cast Shadow Over Dave Marsden Fundraiser

After calling for Governor Ralph Northam's resignation following the release of a racist photo just two months ago, Fairfax's Democratic State Senator Dave Marsden is now featuring him as the headliner of his fundraiser.

AG Barr Suggests That ‘Spying Did Occur’ On Trump’s Presidential Campaign

During a Wednesday Senate hearing, Attorney General William Barr explained that the origins of the Russia investigation may have been mishandled, and that “spying on a political campaign is a big deal.”

SCOTUS Ruling On Right-To-Work Shows Nearly All Workers Choose Not To Unionize

The Supreme Court's decision in Janus v. AFSCME shows that right-to-work laws are not inherently union busting, but create an atmosphere wherein a union does not have to exist when workers are given freedom of choice. 

Virginia’s Democrat-Led Executive Branch Suffers Hit In Approval Ratings After Scandals

Two months after the beginning of his racial scandal, Governor Ralph Northam has an approval rating of just 40 percent.

Trump, Pence Commit To Flipping Virginia Republican In 2020

The first push in flipping the Commonwealth red is the upcoming 2019 elections, with all 140 seats in the General Assembly on the ballot in November.