Dempsey Fast Tracked from Fort Monroe to Joint Chiefs Chair
McDonnell Says Better Communication Might Have Saved Love’s Life
Colgan Running
House, Senate Far Apart on Congressional Redistricting
Stuart Yet to File Election Expenses
Virginia Lawmakers Say Army Plan for Mark Center is Bad
Ozmore Resigns from ABC Board
Pulaski Town Councilman Charged with DUI
Insurance Premiums to Drop for Some Under New [...]

A Prince William circuit court judge judge ruled last week that a FOIA request by the American Tradition Institute for the emails of former UVA climate scientist Michael Mann should be granted.
I wasn’t surprised by the ruling inasmuch as FOIA requests for information produced on state computers are usually acceded to by public institutions.
In fact, the [...]

House Minority Leader Ward Armstrong has made opposition to utility rate increases a signature issue,
One that he hopes might gain him a following for statewide office
Or, at the least, allow him to retain his seat in the House of Delegates even after a determined GOP effort to redistrict him out.
Many of Armstrong’s colleagues in the [...]

GOP Lines Up for Assembly Seats, But Few Democrats
New Prison Sits Empty at Cost of More than $300,000 per Year
Localities to Bear Brunt of $10M Redistricting Cost
Little Known Donner Mounts Long Shot Senate Bid
Portsmouth Seeks to Move Jail Off Water
Rebuilding Process Underway in Washington County
Henrico Resolute on Fixing School Disparities

Judge Orders UVA to Hand Over Climate Records
Cantor Calls Biden Budget Talks Constructive, Nonpolitical
Virginia Delegation Asks Obama for Disaster Help
McDonnell Adds $600,000 in Funds to April Storm Victims
McDonnell Invites Govs to Virginia
Abbott to Run In Election in 93rd District
Tito the Builder Protests GOP Nomination Process in Senate 36th
State Weighs in on Montgomery County Vote Flap

State Officials Gather to Honor Virginia’s War Dead
Cantor and GOP Roll Out Plan to Increase Job Growth
Wilder on Nigeria Governor’s Forum
McDonnell Says State Will End Year with Surplus
McDonnell Says State Could Save with Natural Gas Powered Vehicles
Colgan Undecided about Run
Virginia Officials Study Privatizing Sex Predator Detention Program
StarTek in Talks to Repay Job Creation Grants
Cities Buck [...]

Wilder Helping Nigerian Governors Get Set Up
Kaine Won’t Say How He Would Have Voted on Obama Budget
The Request for Repudiation Rules the Senate Race
UVA Agrees to Complete Response to Global Warming Public Records Request by August
Officials Want George’s Suit Withdrawn
Military, Vets to Get in Free to State Parks
Virginia Offers Tax Break to Prepare for Storms
Goochland [...]

DOJ Requests Interviews with Redistricting Legislators
Webb Says U.S. Blase’ On Use of Force
Blunt Challenges Cantor on Aid Offsets
Dems Push Allen for Firm Position on Ryan Budget
Hochul Prevails in NY 26
McDonnell Still Wants to Back a Governor
McDonnell Won’t Intervene in Soering Case
House R’s Raise More than $500,000 at Annual Retreat
Kaine on Star Tek Closing
Virginia Gets a [...]

Cantor Says Ryan Should Run
Cantor Wants GOP Hopefuls to Back Ryan Budget
Cantor Says Disaster Relief Must Be Offset
Morgan Griffith Opposes APCo Rate Hike Request
4th Circuit Seeks More Info on Health Care Cases
McDonnell, Dems Release Competing “By the Numbers” Video
House R’s Support Nardo for Clerk
Stirrup to Seek GOP Nod in New NOVA Senate Seat
Thomas to Seek [...]

Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels’ decision not to run for the presidency is a loss for the nation.¬†
His accomplishments in Indiana over the last few years stand in vivid contrast to the fiscal dementia of leaders of both parties in Washington DC and across the nation.
The unspoken tragedy from what we know about why he decided [...]