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Kaine to visit U.S. troops in Bahrain

Sen. Timothy M. Kaine announced a weekend trip to Bahrain this morning, where he plans to visit the U.S. NavalContinue Reading [→]

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Immigration reform advocates urge action from Cantor

While health care is the topic of conversation in Washington, advocates of immigration reform are pushing House Majority Leader EricContinue Reading [→]

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Non-general funds drive state budget growth

Virginia’s general fund grew by 3 percent between the 2004 and 2013 fiscal years — when adjusted for population growthContinue Reading [→]

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Conrad leaving McDonnell administration for VCU

The McDonnell administration departures continue, and this week Deputy Chief of Staff Matt Conrad is bidding adieu to become directorContinue Reading [→]

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RNC focuses outreach, runs TV ad in Korean

Republicans are seeking to strengthen long-term outreach to the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community in Virginia. The Republican National CommitteeContinue Reading [→]

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Monster maker

It’s not quite Halloween yet, but E.W. Jackson, the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, today accused his Democratic rival, stateContinue Reading [→]

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Obenshain pledges to represent commuters in toll proceedings

State Sen. Mark D. Obenshain of Harrisonburg, the Republican candidate for attorney general, today vowed to represent Northern Virginia commuters inContinue Reading [→]

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Northam’s first television ad focuses on his military service

E.W. Jackson’s fears may have been unfunded – at least for now. In a mailout to supporters last week, theContinue Reading [→]

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Sarvis’ wife expresses concern about debate

Dr. Astrid Sarvis, the wife of Libertarian gubernatorial nominee Robert C. Sarvis, released a video Friday expressing disappointment about herContinue Reading [→]

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AG candidates trade barbs in new television ads

State Sen. Mark R. Herring of Loudoun County, the Democratic candidate for attorney general, rolled out a new television ad,Continue Reading [→]

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AG’s race gone to the dogs

Less than a month from Election Day, the gubernatorial race isn’t the only statewide contest that sometimes feels like a dog fight. Today,Continue Reading [→]

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Amid shutdown, Marshall wants control of national park

Del. Robert G. Marshall, R-Prince William, is so displeased that the Shenandoah National Park is shuttered amid the shutdown, thatContinue Reading [→]

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Herring takes on Obenshain’s and Cuccinelli’s social agenda in new television ad

One day after state Sen. Mark D. Obenshain, the Republican candidate for attorney general, unveiled a television ad questioning his opponent’sContinue Reading [→]

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UPDATED: DNC targets Cantor’s district over shutdown

The Democratic National Committee is applying pressure to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in his own backyard over the governmentContinue Reading [→]

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Human rights groups call on Forbes to boycott Values Voter Summit

Several human rights groups have called on Rep. J. Randy Forbes, R-4th, and other Republican legislators to cancel their speaking engagements at theContinue Reading [→]