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The General Session saw most hot-button bills die early and little fighting over the budget.
RICHMOND — State Del. Glenn Davis, a Republican running for lieutenant governor of Virginia, is living in a van down by the river. That’s the joke going around Capitol Square, inspired by the red-whi...
Tapping energized Democratic base is crucial to former Congressman’s gubernatorial run
Tuition would be free in certain high-demand fields under the lieutenant governor’s plan.
Calls on governor to step in to undo law that shields Dominion Power from review
Democrats say they will field twice as many challengers in state races this November as they did two years ago.
Virginia’s lieutenant governor takes aim at female senator over abortion issue.
Gov. McAuliffe has vowed to veto GOP bills meant to crack down on illegal immigrants.
Two Richmond burial grounds fighting the forces of time and English ivy.
The project is not dead, supporter says; planning will continue.
The congresswoman has kept constituents at arm’s length, favoring telephone forums and small groups.
The former GOP presidential hopeful moved to Fairfax County in 2011.
Fairfax Council member David Meyer says he hopes the election will help the city move past the scandal.
Demonstrators at the mosque in Sterling carried signs of support while Gov. McAuliffe vowed to continue fighting Trump’s executive order in federal court.
Lt. Gov. Northam had hoped for a smooth path but must fight Tom Perriello for the Democratic nomination.
Va. House member is stunned that a committee won’t even hold a hearing on bills dealing with thorny topics.
“We’re not going to become a nation of potheads because people with MS … are using this kind of oil,” said Democratic Sen. Saslaw, a bill supporter.
Del. Robert Marshall does not want legislative leaders to quietly kill his legislation
Republican Corey A. Stewart raises $10,000 in a drawing for the controversial weapon
With a populist pitch, distillery owner Denver Riggleman formally jumps into the GOP race.