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Arlington County Board race: Liberal challenger against maverick incumbent

Chair Libby Garvey (D) says her willingness to work with Republicans makes her as asset in local government, but Erik Gutshall says he can do a better job planning for the future.

McAuliffe lawyer: Investigators have nothing on him

Federal authorities are investigating a potential violation of a statute dealing with foreign lobbying

Alexandria takes over Torpedo Factory management

City promises control of popular arts center is temporary; leases to be renewed.

Arlington regroups after crowdfunding for a parks project fails

Request for $10,000 to make a community garden accessible to the disabled generated just $465..

In Virginia, the race is on to register 200,000 former felons

Nonprofits are fanning out across the state’s urban crescent, hunting for would-be voters in public housing, community centers.

Democrat Justin Fairfax to run for lieutenant governor

The former federal prosecutor was a 2013 candidate for attorney general against Mark Herring.

Arlington board chair, challenger mix it up in their first campaign forum

The incumbent has positioned herself as a fiscal conservative while her opponent Gutshall has declared himself a progressive.

Virginia Republican demands opinion on transgender issues from attorney general

Del. Dave A. LaRock is suing Attorney General Mark Herring over the seven-month delay in providing legal guidance.

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