Kirk Cox today announced his bid to be the next Governor of Virginia. He is the second high-profile Republican to enter the race, following Senator Amanda Chase’s (R, Colonial Heights) announcement earlier this year.
Congressman Rob Wittman (R, VA-1) today sent the below letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi requesting swift and bipartisan action on additional COVID-19 relief legislation to assist small businesses, individuals, and families during the recovery process from the coronavirus pandemic.
A Tweet shared over the weekend by a Richmond political reporter Brandon Jarvis hints at the possibility of Delegate Lee Carter — the only self-described Democratic Socialist to hold elected office in Virginia — running for governor.
Theresa Coates Ellis supports the Route 28 bypass, which is an extension of Godwin Drive, which would provide a direct link for drivers who commute from western Prince William County, and points south and west like Stafford and Fauquier counties, respectively, to Route 28 in Fairfax County.
Democrats on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors failed to back their chief of police after he voiced concerns about a bill that would make it impossible for his officers to stop cars that do not have a working head, tail, or brake lights.
Three Republican candidates seeking a seat on the Manassas City Council say they’ll stay focused on small business, and on reducing the tax burden on city residnts who pay the second-higest property tax rate in Virignia.
Republican 1st District Rep. Rob Wittman and Democratic challenger Qasim Rashid exchanged barbs on numerous occasions Monday night during an hourlong virtual debate, hosted and organized by the University of Mary Washington.
A poll released this week by the Virginia Commonwealth University L. Douglas Wilder School of Government shows presidential candidate Joe Biden and U.S. Sen. Mark Warner leading by double-digit margins in the commonwealth.