Just one more example of how nasty certain Democrats feel themselves obligated to become in the contest to lose against Rep. Barbara Comstock.
Former Delegate David Ramadan is showing no signs of disappearing from the public square as he renews the call for reform at the University of Virginia.
Saslaw (D-Fairfax) strongly condemns: "They’re not looking out for the consumer, they’re screwing the consumer."
On September 4, 1623 Governor Francis Wyatt issued a proclamation prohibiting private trade with Indians in Virginia.
Northam's campaign is being forced to accept bailouts in order to resuscitate a campaign that to date has been powered more on fumes than ideas.
Dichotomies aren't dismissed as false merely because they are uncomfortable to hear... between destroying monuments and funding schools, let's talk.
Not just content to dodge debates, beleaguered Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ralph Northam is declining to appear at the traditional Buena Vista Parade.
Northam panics and stitches together a quick-cut ad while Gillespie sets the tone and pace of the Virginia gubernatorial race with law & order at the top.
Fake Republican websites and social media accounts run by fake Republicans are cropping up in places you wouldn't expect... and in places you might.
Democrats write the narrative; The Washington Post dutifully echoes it. Virginians would appreciate it if the WaPo would just be honest about the spin.