Elections


The Women Running for Virginia: Princess Blanding
The Women Running for Virginia: Princess Blanding

The Liberation Party candidate for governor is a longtime educator who has advocated for equal justice under the law (and more.)

Del. Kathy Tran
The Women Running for Virginia: Kathy Tran

The Fairfax delegate and former refugee has a message for those who doubt that moms can get it done: Watch me.

A poll worker stamps a voters ballot before dropping it into a secure box at a ballot drop off location on October 13, 2020.  (Photo by Sergio Flores/Getty Images)
It Doesn’t Happen Often–But Here’s What to Do If Your Ballot Gets Lost in the Mail.

Changes at the post office may mean slower deliveries, for now. If you think your mail-in ballot has gotten caught up in the delay, we explain what you can do.

Danica Roem
The Women Running for Virginia: Danica Roem

When Roem first won her delegate seat, she instantly became a national figure. Four years later, that fame hasn't gone to her head. But she has learned how to pass legislation.

Son on father's shoulders walking towards school building.
Here’s Why Glenn Youngkin’s Embrace of the School Choice Movement Has Some Worried

Republican candidate for governor Glenn Youngkin has embraced charter schools and “school choice.” Here’s why that has some concerned.

Terry McAuliffe, Glenn Youngkin
Everything You Need to Know About Early Voting in Virginia

Take advantage of voting early! You don't need an excuse, just check the hours and location at your local registrar's office.

Students standing in Dogwood colors
Taxes, Teacher Pay, and Achievement Gaps: Where Glenn Youngkin and Terry McAuliffe Stand on the Issues

A wealthy private equity baron who built his wealth by investing in companies that outsourced jobs and laid off workers, Republican Glenn Youngkin’s tax plans could take money away from Virginia public schools.