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Virginia families blast Jackson over comments on birth defects

Two families with children suffering from birth defects wrote an open letter to E.W. Jackson, the Republican candidate for lieutenantContinue Reading [→]

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Majority of voters say McDonnell should pay legal bills

An overwhelming number of Virginians think Gov. Bob McDonnell should pay for his own legal expenses in the gifts controversy,Continue Reading [→]

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Obenshain targets Herring in new television ad

In a new television ad unveiled today, state Sen. Mark D. Obenshain of Harrisonburg, the Republican candidate for attorney general,Continue Reading [→]

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Cantor will skip weekend GOP event

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-7th, is canceling his scheduled appearance at a Republican function Saturday in Glen Allen toContinue Reading [→]

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McDonnell asks agencies to find potential budget cuts

State agencies are being asked to identify potential cuts equal to four percent of their budgets for the upcoming two-yearContinue Reading [→]

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McDonnell meets with bond rating agencies, says talks “frank and detailed”

Gov. Bob McDonnell, who met Thursday with three bond rating agencies amid the ongoing federal government shutdown, said conversations wereContinue Reading [→]

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Jackson calls for “divine intervention” in budget crisis

E.W. Jackson, the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, today resorted to prayer as a way to end the ongoing governmentContinue Reading [→]

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Family Foundation gala features Cruz speech, Cuccinelli book, differences on shutdown

This weekend’s Family Foundation of Virginia annual fundraising gala featuring U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is not a fundraiser or campaign eventContinue Reading [→]

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UPDATED: Four Virginia GOP House members would back “clean” spending measure

There are now four Virginia Republicans in the House of Representatives who would back a clean spending bill – withoutContinue Reading [→]

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Rigell links gridlock in Congress to redistricting

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Rep. Scott Rigell, R-2nd, is placing blame for the gridlock in Congress on gerrymandered Congressional districts. “I really believe thatContinue Reading [→]

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Herring releases his first television ad

One week after state Sen. Mark D. Obenshain of Harrissonburg, the Republican candidate for attorney general, released his first televisionContinue Reading [→]

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Cantor, Hamlin meet on children’s health

NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin made a pit stop Thursday to visit with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-7th, on theContinue Reading [→]

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Fairfax Chamber backs McAuliffe, Democratic ticket

  NOVABizPAC, the political arm of the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, has endorsed the entire Democratic ticket in theContinue Reading [→]

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Small-business group endorses Obenshain

State Sen. Mark D. Obenshain of Harrisonburg, the Republican candidate for attorney general, today announced that the National Federation ofContinue Reading [→]

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Sarvis unveils first televison ad

Robert C. Sarvis, the libertarian candidate for governor, was not invited to join tonight’s gubernatorial debate, but he will still haveContinue Reading [→]