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McAuliffe leads national effort to redraw House district lines

The campaign will focus on 18 states, including Virginia, which is under court order to create a new map.

Jim Webb’s Iowa director really doesn’t like Hillary Clinton

Joe Stanley, director of Jim Webb's Iowa campaign, has repeatedly attacked former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley on Twitter.

How much will former Va. governor McDonnell lose in pension payments?

Given his age and years of government service, McDonnell was likely getting about $3,700 a month.

Va. Republicans to oust McAuliffe’s Supreme Court pick, install their own

Justice Jane Marum Roush of Fairfax was sworn in last week but could be replaced as soon as next month.

Federal judge rules that Virginia may ban Confederate license plates

Gov. Terry McAuliffe sought to end state’s practice of issuing plates after church shooting in South Carolina.

Fairfax officials announce $47 million surplus after anxious budget year

County officials recommend using the money for school construction and other infrastructure improvements.

Justice Dept.: Virginia ignored court order on funding for the disabled

Money from land sale was taken out of trust fund that pays for services for disabled residents.

McDonnell asks entire appeals court to reverse ruling that upholds conviction

The former Virginia governor’s latest bid to overturn his public corruption conviction is a long shot, experts say.

Va. Republicans call on McAuliffe to investigate Planned Parenthood

McAuliffe says he is “disturbed” by Planned Parenthood video but rebuffs GOP call for inquiry.

Breast cancer bill fuels effort to unseat Va. Republican in swing district

Comstock hit on women’s care after pulling support from bill that would’ve helped Planned Parenthood.

Fairfax supervisor Foust faces tough challenge for reelection, reports show

Campaign disclosure reports show Republican challenger raising more than the incumbent Democrat.

Money pours into key Senate races in Virginia

Control of the upper chamber in Richmond is up for grabs in the November elections.

Three sewage spills close popular trail in North Arlington

About 25,000 gallons of sewage have leaked into Donaldson Run and the Potomac after an erosion problem.

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