Youngkin Vetos Anti-Gun Legislation

Virginia’s governor has taken a bold stand for the rights of law-abiding Virginians. Defying Democrats in the General Assembly, Governor Glenn Youngkin took his veto pen Tuesday to 30 pieces of legislation that had been sent to his desk. In a media release issued by his office, Youngkin stated the following: “I swore an oath […]

VA-05 GOP Primary Battle Fueled By New Race Rating

Virginia’s 5th Congressional District is a safe Republican district, yet incumbent Congressman Bob Good’s re-election is far from secure. A new rating from the Cook Political Report may prove to be a boost for State Senator John McGuire who is challenging Good in the primary election.   Cook reports: Good’s reelection prospects don’t look great […]

Former Republican Lawmaker Arrested

A former Republican member of the Virginia House is facing serious charges. The Associated Press reported the following: Matt Fariss, who had served in the House of Delegates as a Republican since 2012 before running unsuccessfully last year as an independent, was booked at a Blue Ridge Regional Jail facility early Sunday, online jail records […]

Virginia Becomes Second State To Ban Legacy Admissions Preference

Among the bills signed into law by Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin Friday, one will end the practice of preferential treatment of prospective students who have ties to alumni or donors to Virginia’s top colleges. NBC News reported: Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin signed a bill banning the consideration of legacy to public universities, making the commonwealth […]

Youngkin Vetos Two Anti-Gun Bills

Governor Glenn Youngkin has included two anti-gun bills on the list of legislation he vetoed Friday. The Virginia Mercury reported: Youngkin didn’t look so favorably on two bills dealing with gun safety. He vetoed legislation that would have tightened rules requiring people credibly accused or convicted of domestic abuse to give up any firearms. The […]

Donald Trump Handily Wins Virginia Republican Primary

America’s 45th President Donald Trump has won the presidential preference primary which took place in the Commonwealth of Virginia on Tuesday, March 5th. 14 other states and American Samoa also held primary elections today. As of 9:30 PM EST on Tuesday, March 5th, Donald Trump has one every single race called thus far. Trump was […]

Saturday Is Last Early Voting Day In Presidential Primary

Saturday, March 2nd, is the last day to vote early in Virginia’s Presidential Preference Primary. The final and official day of the Presidential Primary Election is Tuesday, March 5th. Both Democrats and Republicans have a chance to cast their ballots for their preferred Presidential candidate. The Republican candidates for President who qualified to be on the […]

Kiggans Cosponsors Resolution In Support Of IVF

A group of Congressional Republicans introduced a resolution Friday in support of “continued access to fertility care & assisted reproductive technology, such as IVF.” The group of members – led by South Carolina Congresswoman Nancy Mace – cosponsoring the resolution skews younger and hails from more vulnerable electoral districts than the predominant majority of GOP […]