A member of the Virginia legislature and former volunteer for Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.) is connected to multiple anti-Semitic organizations and is the son of a Hamas fundraiser.
Many Civil War battles were fought on the farms surrounding Culpeper, Va., about an hour outside Washington, D.C., and in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Now, a new conflict is underway, as members of the local community push back against energy providers attempting to cover Culpeper—and other parts of rural Virginia—with solar facilities, sometimes thousands of acres in size.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax (D.), who is facing two allegations of sexual assault, is being denied a table at the Democratic Party of Virginia’s Blue Commonwealth Gala fundraiser in June.
Virginia Democrats called for Gov. Ralph Northam to resign while he was in the middle of a racist photo imbroglio, but now they’re apologizing.
No one thought it was possible. The heavy favorite. The unruly underdog no one thought would even make it this far. Pundits and prognosticators brimming with confidence. The outcome all but predetermined. Just a question of how big the final margin would be. Then the unthinkable happened.
Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D.) said he will run the “funnest campaign” Monday and won’t apologize for being a white male if he joins the large field of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
Another high-ranking Virginia Democrat is facing accusations of misconduct.
The end of Virginia’s legislative session last week brings to the fore a closely watched campaign season, with control of both chambers of the legislature in contention.