Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe said Wednesday that he would push for greater transparency and ethics reforms in state government.
Gov.-Elect Terry McAuliffe has selected his Secretary of Transportation, who will replace current transportation chief and former Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sean Connaughton.
Richard Anderson will keep his seat representing the 51st House District that encompasses much of Prince William County.
Michael Futrell will hold his first political office come January.
Michael Futrell is new to politics and hopes to unseat Republican incumbent Mark Dudenhefer on Election Day.
While Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli duke it out in the gubernatorial election, another race is being fought more quietly – one that could have a deciding effect on Virginia’s legislative system.
The end is in sight for Ken Cuccinelli and his race against Terry McAuliffe to become Virginia’s next governor
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With nine days left until the statewide gubernatorial election, President Bill Clinton came to Dale City on Sunday to campaign for Democrat Terry McAuliffe.
On the stage behind President Bill Clinton and Virginia Gubernatorial hopeful Terry McAuliffe on Sunday sat Stafford County’s first black elected member of its Board of Supervisors.
Woodbridge School Board Candidate, Williams Says 2013 November Election is About Bettering Schools, Not Competition
Loree Williams has been a resident of Woodbridge, Va. for over 30 years. She is running up against current incumbent Steve Keen for occupation of the Woodbridge seat on the Prince William County School Board. She says this election isn’t about competition; rather, it’s about bettering the schools.
Delegate Jackson Miller, Republican representing the 50th district (Manassas and Prince William County) has served the Virginia House of Delegates since 2006. This year he is running for reelection against Democrat Richard Cabellos. He will continue to center his campaign on public safety, criminal justice and business.
Winifred “Winnie” O’Neal is the current treasurer of Manassas Park City. She is running unopposed in the 2013 November General Election. She first worked as a banker in Tidewater, Va. for over 12 years and after relocating to Manassas Park City she worked for the parks and recreation department from 2005 to 2008. In 2008, she was appointed by City Council to serve as treasurer and then elected to serve her first official term in 2009. Her experience as the City’s Treasurer motivates her to want to continue serving Manassas Park.
Mara Sealock, (D-Aquia) running for the Stafford County Board of Supervisors, is not the average candidate As a 21-year-old graduate of Marymount University, Sealock represents a stark contrast from her opponent, current incumbent since 2010, Republican Paul Milde III. Sealock says that she found out about the open seat from Alane Callander, chairwoman on the Stafford Democratic Committee. She says she had worked with the committee before, volunteering at primaries and attending board of supervisor meetings.
Scott Lingamfelter pulls his car into a parking area along a windswept field overlooking the Potomac River in King George County.
The Duggars came to Woodbridge on Wednesday.
With a stroke of a pen the Federal Government is once again open for business, ending 16-day shutdown.
Pamuela Yeung, candidate for the Garrisonville seat on the Stafford County School Board, has been living in Virginia for over 30 years and in Stafford since 1983. She is originally from the Netherlands and speaks Dutch, Spanish, English and Portuguese. She says she was originally inspired to move to the county to raise her children in an area known to have an excelling academic environment. She says her background and experience will be a valuable attribute to the school board.
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro (D), met with Democratic volunteers and campaign staff at the Prince William County Democratic Headquarters in Lake Ridge on Saturday, to support Terry McAuliffe’s candidacy for Virginia Governor and excite volunteers as Election Day draws closer.
Holly Hazard, current incumbent of the Hartwood seat on the Stafford County School Board says her interest in the county and ensuring that students receive a good education is what motivates her to run for reelection in November. Hazard has two daughters who attend Stafford County Public Schools and is very involved in the schools in her community.
Reed Heddleston, democratic candidate for the 51st Virginia House District, which includes Prince William County, is running up against incumbent Richard Anderson, who has held the seat since 2010.