Another Independent Candidate Enters Governor’s Race

RICHMOND-This is officially the largest field for a governor’s race in Virginia history. On Tuesday, the 12th candidate declared.

Virginia Senate Puts Campaign Finance Reform on Hold

RICHMOND-Virginia politicians can still use campaign funds for whatever personal use they want.

The results will bypass voting machines to confirm the results of the election.
Virginia’s Starting an Election Audit. What Does That Mean?

RICHMOND - Virginia's election is going through an audit. But what does that mean?

Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, left, announces that he is running for the Democratic nomination for governor during a press conference in Richmond, Va., Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020. Mcauliffe was joined by several backers, including Mayor of Richmond Levar Stoney, right. (Bob Brown/Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP)
McAuliffe, Chase Lead in First Wason Center Poll

NEWPORT NEWS - Most Virginians don’t know who they want to be governor.

Water, Power Bills Keep Climbing in Virginia
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Friday, Feb. 19

RICHMOND-Some Pittsylvania residents have to boil water, while the General Assembly adopts foreclosure reform.

Committee Rejects Bill to Make Redistricting Meetings More Transparent

A bill to increase the transparency of Virginia’s new redistricting process was killed by the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections on Tuesday.

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Petitions in a Pandemic: Fairfax Project Helps Virginia Candidates

FAIRFAX - If you’re not a fan of people knocking on your door during political campaigns, chances are you’ll like what Bryan Graham recently created.