Justice Approves Redistricting Plans
Virginia Unemployment Rate Falls to 6%
Allen Launches New Website
Perriello: No Plans for 2012
Connolly Asks President to Golf in Fairfax
McDonnell Flies to France But Not to See Uranium
Bolling Talks Jobs
Light v. Puckett
Stanley v. Reynolds (and perhaps Evans)
Renting Making a Comeback in Hampton Roads
Rigell Proposes Using Old Barges to Stem Tangier Island Erosion
Tobacco Group Issues Raised [...]

Uranium Next Test for Green Politics
CNU Poll Shows Virginians Concerned about Environment
Post-Recession: Virginia Paying More Per Job in Incentives
Warner on Face the Nation
Warner Says Gang of Six May Touch Social Security
Hurt Completes First 100 Days
U.S. Budget Cuts Hit High Speed Rail Money: Virginia Money Intact
W&M Tuition to Increase by 7.7%
Study Shows Beach Red Light Cameras [...]

Survey Says Virginia Democrats Want Kaine
1100 Felons Regain Rights
McDonnell Says No Time for “Truce” on Social Issues
Webb Opposes Unilateral Military Action in Libya 
Griffith Supports Defense of Marriage Act
Radtke Reacts to February Deficit, Slams Budget Proposals
Helsel Wins Election in 91st
Field Shapes Up for Race to Replace Whipple
Bipartisan Panel Draws Apolitical District Lines
Should Roanoke Be in the [...]

Virginia Named One of “Big Five” for 2012
In Feisty Radio Interview, Saslaw Fights Back on Car Title Lending, Abortion Regs
Connolly Won’t Run for Senate, Hopes Kaine Will
Griffith Willing to Dismantle Health Care Law Piece by Piece
Cuccinelli to Auction Lunch for Connecticut Charity
Illegal Alien in Nun’s Traffic Death Had Offenses Handled Inconsistently
Dan River Area Legislators Have [...]

Norfolk Takes Hit in Tussle with Florida Over Carrier
Continuing Tradition: Warner Talks Up Federal Workers
McDonnell PAC Beefs Up
McDonnell in the Sunshine State
Economic Study Touts Governor’s Plan
2 Turnovers Would Shift Senate Power
Doug Wilder, the NFL and Arab Spring of 2011
Could Holton’s ‘78 Senate Bid Infleunce Kaine
Signer to Focus on PAC, Not Senate Run
Survey Shows Allen with [...]

Poll Says Obama Leads Likely Opponents in Virginia
Kaine Will Likely Announce Senate Decision Next Week
Evidence Perriello Would Make it a Race
Cuccinelli Applauds Court Decision in Military Funeral Case
McDonnell Weighs Changes on Filing Sexual Abuse Lawsuits
Autism Bill Waiting for Governor McDonnell
Lawmakers Will Allow Special Approach for Troubled Vets in Local Courts
Advocates Hopeful of Parole Board Revamp
Griffith [...]

McDonnell Says He’d Likely Accept VEEP Spot if Asked
Pep Rally for Kaine
Beyer Rules Out Senate Race
Candidates Sought for High Court
Budget Deal Off to Balky Start
Compromise Reached Over Alcohol Billboards
McDonnell Urges Lawmakers to Add Money for Developmentally Disabled
Legislators Differ on Group Home Proposals
Senate Panel Refuses to Hear Illegal Immigration Bills
Optional Retirement Plan Fails
Cost to Keep Sexual [...]

Texas Poised to Pass Bill Allowing Guns on Campus, Supporters Cite Virginia Tech
JJ Crowd Urges Kaine to Run
Kaine to Huddle with Former Staffers
O’Malley’s JJ Remarks
McDonnell Response to O’Malley
Perriello Kicked Out of Egypt
Webb Isn’t Running But Won’t Stop Moving
House-Senate Budgets Far Apart on K-12
Golf Cart Bills Move Through Assembly
McDonnell Dedicates Ag Complex
Military in Hampton Roads Feeds [...]

1. The Kaine Preference
The Democratic Party establishment made it clear at the JJ dinner last might that Tim Kaine is its first choice for a Senate nominee to replace Jim Webb. Speaker after speaker expressed their perference for the former Governor openly and directly. And while Kaine told an interviewer just a few weeks ago [...]

Obama Says Kaine Would be Great Senator
Kaine Won’t Announce Intention This Weekend
Elleithee Says 5 Dems Could Win
Would Perriello Be Better for Obama?
Allen Best Be Wary of Grassroots
McDonnell Helps Cantor Raise Money
Ticer to Retire
Evans Announces Run Against Reynolds to Tea Party
Senators Brawl Over Ploy to Kill Hotel Occupancy Tax
Antiabortion Bills Fail in Senate Committee
Roanoke Labor Day [...]