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Will Virginia Stay Blue? It Depends on Black Turnout Next Month.

Terry McAuliffe had voters of color to thank for his narrow victory in Virginia’s 2013 gubernatorial election. Black voters, who make up one-fifth of the state’s electorate, turned out at the same rate they did for Barack Obama in 2012 and pushed McAuliffe, a Democrat, to victory. Black women, who alone accounted for 11 percent […]

Company to grow lettuce in Virginia using fish waste

A company that uses fish waste to grow organic baby lettuce and arugula plans to create 21 new jobs in Northern Virginia. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's office announced Friday that … Click to Continue »

McAuliffe trying to win business in Japan

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is in Japan trying to lure more business to the Old Dominion. McAuliffe's office announced Wednesday the governor was traveling to Japan for a four-day trade … Click to Continue »

Gov. McAuliffe to donate Weinstein's campaign contributions

Gov. Terry McAuliffe says he will donate funds given to his campaign by disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein to a nonprofit that aids victims of sexual and domestic violence. Crystal … Click to Continue »

Facebook is building a massive data center and “multiple” solar facilities in Virginia

The social media giant will invest over a billion in the state, reports CNBC. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Facebook will invest $750 million to build a 970,000 square foot data center in Henrico County. McAuliffe also said the company will build “multiple solar facilities” worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Show More Summary

Facebook Picks Site for New Data Center, Bringing $1 Billion Investment to State

Facebook has settled on the site where it will invest $1 billion in a new data center, with Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe announcing today that the company will build the center in the state’s Henrico County, outside Richmond. CNN reports...

Virginia business incubator gets $500,000 grant

Gov. Terry McAuliffe is announcing a new federal grant designed to help entrepreneurs in the state's southeast. McAuliffe said Tuesday that the U.S. Department of Commerce had awarded $500,000 to … Click to Continue »

McAuliffe announces another grant for a brewery

Gov. Terry McAuliffe has announced another Virginia state grant to a craft brewery. The governor's office announced Thursday that McAuliffe had approved a $100,000 grant from the Virginia Tourism Growth … Click to Continue »

Transit projects will accompany I-66 switch to Express Lanes

Car drivers are not the only people slated to benefit from the adoption of Express Lanes on Interstate 66 in northern Virginia later this year. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe will … Click to Continue »

West Virginia Revokes Approval Of Mountain Valley Pipeline As Legal Terrain Shifts

If Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Department of Environmental Quality continues its present course, it will likely suffer the same embarrassment.

McAuliffe announces $250,000 grant to education company

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has approved a $250,000 grant to help a company education technology company expands its operations in Roanoke. McAuliffe said Friday the company, PowerSchool, will spend $1.8 … Click to Continue »

Virginia Gov. McAuliffe must condemn antifa

In an interview with Independent Journal Review last week, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) refused to condemn antifa after a violent antifa demonstration in Berkeley, Calif. When pressed on the question, McAuliffe responded, “I denounce any individual who commits a crime, who commits violence on our citizens. We will get you, and we will arrest you, plain and […]

Virginia governor declares state of emergency ahead of Irma

Gov. Terry McAuliffe has declared a state of emergency in Virginia so officials can better prepare for Hurricane Irma and help other impacted states. The governor's office said in a … Click to Continue »

McAuliffe announces new cyber security jobs in Richmond

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has announced up to 60 new cybersecurity jobs in Richmond. The governor said Wednesday that media company Thomson Reuters will start an internal cybersecurity center in … Click to Continue »

Virginia sending helicopters, personnel to help with Harvey

Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Virginia is sending seven helicopters and 40 members of the Virginia National Guard to Texas to help with the response to Hurricane Harvey. McAuliffe said on … Click to Continue »

Terry McAuliffe changes his tune on statues

(Paul Mirengoff) Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe is a slippery customer. In 2015, McAuliffe favored keeping Virginia’s monuments to Confederate leaders, arguing that “these are part of our heritage.” “Leave the statues and those things alone,” he told MSNBC. Show More Summary

VA Gov Terry McAuliffe: If You Commit A Crime, We Will Arrest You

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe joined Jake Tapper on CNN's State of The Union to discuss the events in Charlottesville, Trump's "both sides" comments and the arrests since. McAuliffe was pretty blunt: It wasn't both sides. There is no moral equivalent. Show More Summary

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE ARPAIO PARDON from Dan McLaughlin. “This isn’t Terry McAuliffe dispensing pard…

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE ARPAIO PARDON from Dan McLaughlin. “This isn’t Terry McAuliffe dispensing pardons in bulk just to get people on the voter rolls. This is fundamentally a policy dispute.”

McAuliffe announces another brewery expansion

Gov. Terry McAuliffe is announcing another craft brewery expansion in Virginia thanks to state help. The governor's office announced Thursday that Stable Craft Brewing plans to spend $500,000 to expand … Click to Continue »

Heritage Brewing Announces Manassas Expansion

The post, Heritage Brewing Announces Manassas Expansion, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that Heritage Brewing Company will create 66 new jobs and invest $8.9 million to expand its craft […] The post, Heritage Brewing Announces Manassas Expansion, first appeared on The Barley Blog.

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