Virginia gun sales reached a new record for number of firearms sold on Black Friday, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports.
Virginia Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe’s first cabinet appointment was his deputy campaign manager and a former GreenTech Automotive executive Levar Stoney.
Billionaire environmentalist and vulture capitalist Tom Steyer spent nearly as much money on elections in Virginia last week as the Republican Party’s gubernatorial campaign arm.
My must read of the day is “Worried Senators Press Obama on Health Law,” in the Wall Street Journal.
The election of pro-union Democrats to executive positions in New York and Virginia could boost the labor agenda, according to labor watchdogs.
A donor to the Democratic Party of Virginia and bundler for Barack Obama funded a political action committee that provided Virginia Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Robert Sarvis with a crucial campaign contribution that helped get him on the ballot.
Jewish voters in Northern Virginia are crying foul after an arm of the local Democratic Party used the private directories of several area synagogues to solicit support for an official campaign event held at the headquarters of gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe.
Virginia Democrats are allegedly misrepresenting the positions held by Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli in an attempt to depress conservative turnout and using peer pressure to boost voter turnout among Democratic constituencies in the final days of that state’s gubernatorial race.
Labor groups are donating six-figure sums to Democratic Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe as the race draws to a close.
McAuliffe received a $100,000 donation from the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) on Friday, the latest in a series of donations from unions in his hotly contested race against Virginia’s Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli.
Critics of Democrat Terry McAuliffe were not sated by his release of a summary of two years of his tax returns this week, saying it raises more questions than it answers.