Virginia House and Senate Democratic leaders sent a letter Thursday to a state oversight agency asking for an investigation of how the political media firm that works for Gov. Glenn Youngkin landed a $268,600 state contract in an unusual process.
Ex-congressman says the point of his book about the Jan. 6 committee's work is to explain the "information battle space."
The Virginia Department of Elections has forwarded approximately 107,000 voter registration applications "recently submitted" through the DMV to local registrars to update voting rolls. The Virginia Public Access Project first reported the computer glitch.
Virginia Democratic leaders on Wednesday called for an investigation of how Poolhouse, the political media firm utilized by GOP Gov. Glenn Youngkin, landed a $268,600 state contract to produce a tourism video featuring the governor.
Capitol Square colleagues give him high marks for raising professional standards and cite his ability to stay above the political fray.
"We believed inflation was temporary. ..." the Richmond Fed president said in Prince William County. "But inflation didn't fade as we had expected."
“We are collateral damage in somebody else’s war."
The utility is urging the State Corporation Commission to reconsider its performance guarantee for the project off Virginia Beach, saying it "will prevent the project from moving forward."
At CNBC's "Delivering Alpha" conference in New York, Youngkin also links upcoming elections to the economy.
Because the Youngkin policy appears to conflate biological sex with gender - that is, it declares anatomy and identity as one in the same - a legally altered birth certificate could be an invitation for trouble.
"It's a horrible way to treat poor people," said Rep. Don McEachin, D-4th. Bon Secours denied that it acted against its historic mission of providing health care to the most vulnerable.
The candidates could meet at an Oct. 21 forum in Prince William County.
"We cannot see an accommodation like that," Cheney said Saturday at the Texas Tribune's TribFest in Austin.
Emily Brewer is a small-business owner and lifelong Isle of Wight County resident. She is also a state delegate — but she doesn’t have an internet connection at home.
Seeking a third term - in a redrawn district whose center of gravity was shifted from the suburbs of Richmond to those of Washington. D.C. - Spanberger has a convenient target in Gov. Glenn Youngkin.
With fall weather making its first appearance in Virginia, Rep. Abigail Spanberger, D-7th and Republican Yesli Vega are launching early voting pushes on Saturday.
He boosts Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, who is trying to unseat Gov. Laura Kelly. Youngkin heads to Texas on Friday and to Georgia on Tuesday.
He stresses the importance of finding a new chancellor, the need for more short-term credential programs and expanding dual-enrollment for high school students and maintaining affordability.
Local law enforcement would have to ask the attorney general's office to step in. Senators defeated the measure this year.
The stakes are high for the Richmond and Tri-Cities areas, which stand to benefit from the $135 million in federal spending that Kaine and Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., have lobbied to include in the final budget bill.
It comes down to process: Who controls a particular lever of power and how creatively it's used or - to those mindful of Virginia's constitution and laws - abused.
"We want to reaffirm the fact that parents must have a role in their children’s lives," Youngkin said. "And as these important decisions are made parents should be informed and included.”
A new documentary: "Central Lunatic Asylum for the Colored Insane," written, directed and produced by VCU professor Shawn Utsey, will be screened Saturday at noon at Ada Art Gallery at 228 W. Broad St.
"Republicans are pulling with inflation and Democrats are pulling with abortion rights. The question is, which will dominate?"
The Richmond Mercury was published only three years, from September 1972 until September 1975, nearly a half-century on, people still talk about it.
Lombardo said of Youngkin: "He's got the title as the education governor. I'm going to take it away from him."
VCU needs new track and soccer facilities in its athletics village by 2025.
Brent Tarter, retired chief historian of the Library of Virginia, remembers with a chuckle the sign on Interstate 64 outside Hampton. Motorists weren’t entering just any city but the oldest continuously inhabited English-speaking community in the New World.