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Blog Post Archive

Va. Rep. Comstock said she ‘can’t defend or explain’ Trump’s firing of Comey

The FBI should continue to investigate Russian interference in the presidential election, the Northern Virginia congresswoman said.

Va. gubernatorial contender Northam calls for ban on corporate campaign giving

Why not start by giving back hundreds of thousands in corporate donations, retorts his opponent in Democratic primary.

Obamacare cost him a seat in Congress. Can it make him Governor of Virginia?

Former Rep. Tom Perriello — running against a doctor in the Democratic primary for Virginia governor — is banking on health care to turn out his voters

Fairfax County adopts austere spending plan that leaves some priorities unfunded

The $4.1 billion 2018 fiscal year budget keeps residential property tax rate the same, while avoiding employee raises and curbing some police reforms

Virginia lawmakers split over off-shore drilling

Democrats generally oppose drilling with the exception of Gov. McAuliffe, Sen. Warner

Investor bids to save troubled Va. mobile home park, then faces threats of lawsuit

East End Mobile Home Park residents demand that buyer agree to 14 conditions, threatening to sue current owner and City of Manasses if he doesn’t.

Northam has financial edge in Virginia governor’s race; Gillespie leads GOP field

Democrat Tom Perriello buoyed by massive campaign contributions from liberal donors including George Soros.

Va. community once primed for streetcar struggling to find new energy

Fairfax County’s efforts to revitalize Baileys Crossroads have been marked by frustration.

Our Revolution endorses Perriello in Va Democratic primary for governor

The group’s endorsement comes with extensive email list, entree into progressive movement built by Bernie Sanders

End of free parking is the last straw for some Reston residents

Frustrated by traffic and changes related to Metro’s Silver Line, community members are fighting back against parking fees at Reston Town Center.

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