Democrat Ralph Northam is in a neck and neck race with Republican Ed Gillespie in a contest where turnout is key in an off year election.
Former President Barack Obama condemned Ed Gillespie, the GOP nominee for Virginia governor, for airing a misleading, race-baiting ad tying Democratic opponent Ralph Northam to the notorious MS-13 gang, calling the advertisement “cynical” and “corrosive.”
Koch brothers affiliate Americans for Prosperity is spending big in the race for Virginia governor, targeting Democrat Ralph Northam with $1 million or more in mail and digital ads. They’re even attacking Northam for supporting a bipartisan...Show More Summary
During a campaign stop for Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam, former President Barack Obama ripped into Republican candidate Ed Gillespie’s Trumpian embrace of anti-immigrant smear ads, saying that what Gillespie’s...Show More Summary
Democrat Phil Murphy, Obama’s former ambassador to Germany, faces Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno in New Jersey on November 7, the same day that Democrat Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam faces Republican Ed Gillespie in Virginia. President Obama...Show More Summary
National media has largely ignored how Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam omitted the party’s lieutenant gubernatorial candidate, Justin Fairfax, from an updated mailer for the party. Fairfax is not beloved by the labor unions, which had complained to the campaign and pushed for the campaign to remove Fairfax’s image from the mailer. Fairfax is a […]
Democratic gubernatorial campaign seeks to energize black voters with president’s appearance.
"... from about a thousand pieces of campaign literature, a move Fairfax called a 'mistake' and that has stoked tensions within the Democratic ticket and threatens to alienate African American voters three weeks before Election Day.Show More Summary
WASHINGTON POST: ‘Reeks of subtle racism’: Black Democrat omitted from campaign fliers in Virginia. “Virginia Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Ralph Northam omitted any mention of Justin Fairfax, the party’s African American candidate...Show More Summary
Until just a few days ago, Virginia’s Democrat candidate for governor, Ralph Northam, was running with Justin Fairfax as his lieutenant governor. I don’t pretend to know much about Virginia politics, and, in fact, even those who pretend to get the state wrong quite often. Show More Summary
I live in Virginia so I knew from the get-go that the gubernatorial contest between pro-life Republican Ed Gillespie and pro-abortion Democrat Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam would be a barn-burner right down to November 7. And that is why the latest poll from Monmouth University showing Gillespie up by one percentage point –48% to 47%–did not […]
With less than three weeks to go before Virginia voters elect a new governor, Democratic nominee Ralph Northam sent out a campaign flier this week promoting the top of the party’s ticket that omitted the name and picture of Justin Fairfax, his black running mate. The decision to remove Fairfax, the Democratic nominee for lieutenant […]
Bill Kristol's wife Susan's candidate is an ethno-nationalist, purging black men from campaign literature? Wow, Northam really did this pic.twitter.com/cS7BvTqPfh— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) October 18, 2017 This is a pretty big deal now that it?s been publicized, given how important...
WHY ARE DEMOCRATS SO RACIST? Ralph Northam campaign defends deleting black running mate from campaign literature. Josh Kraushaar comments: “This is a pretty big deal now that it’s been publicized, given how important black turnout is for Northam.”
If you didn’t know, Virginia is electing their next Governor and Lt. Governor in a few weeks, as one of the few odd-year-election states. Ralph Northam, current Lt. Governor and the democrat nominee for Governor, recently printed up and mailed out thousands of campaign flyers that make no mention of Northam’s ticket mate for Lt. Show More Summary
As Election Day quickly approaches in Virginia’s gubernatorial race, Democratic candidate Ralph Northam appears to have scrubbed his African American running mate Justin Fairfax from Northern Virginia campaign fliers, in an appeal to...Show More Summary
A poll out this afternoon from Monmouth University shows Republican Ed Gillespie just edging out Democrat Ralph Northam in the race for Virginia governor, 48 to 47 percent. This is the first poll to put Gillespie in the lead, but recent...Show More Summary
Democrat Ralph Northam has a hefty cash advantage over Republican Ed Gillespie in the final weeks of the closely watched Virginia governor's race. Campaign finance reports filed late Monday show … Click to Continue »
On paper, Democrat Ralph Northam holds a small but fairly consistent lead in the polling of Virginia’s gubernatorial race. The most recent survey, from Emerson College, puts Northam ahead of Republican Ed Gillespie, 49 percent to 44 percent (with a margin of error of 5.5 points). But Democrats don’t feel confident at all. Show More Summary
Virginia’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate spoke to a group that has protested there for five years.