Stories tagged: "elections"


Rashid: The Voters Spoke. Now It’s Time for Virginia Democrats to Unite.

STAFFORD-Why should Virginia Democrats stay engaged? Because that's the only way we'll ever see change, columnist Qasim Rashid argues.

Princess Blanding is running for governor
Princess Blanding Meets Deadline, Remains in Governor’s Race

RICHMOND-If elected governor, Princess Blanding would be the first Black woman and the first queer person to hold that title in Virginia.

Can We Fix Childcare in Virginia? Jennifer McClellan Has Some Thoughts

RICHMOND-How do we fix Virginia's childcare problems? And what about early learning? State Sen. Jennifer McClellan outlines her plan.

Why We Vote: Roanoke Residents Offer Thoughts As Early Voting Ends

ROANOKE-What motivates someone to cast a ballot? Roanoke residents explained what topics motivated them to come out to the polls this year.

Have You Turned In Your Ballot? Deadline Looms With Primary Coming

BEDFORD-Have you turned in your primary ballot? More than 43,000 mail-in ballots still haven't been turned in by Virginia voters.

Martin Luther King Jr., gives his "I Have a Dream" speech to a crowd before the Lincoln Memorial during the Freedom March in Washington, DC, on August 28, 1963. The widely quoted speech became one of his most famous.
Rashid: Dr. King, Not Joe Manchin, Was Right About the Filibuster

STAFFORD-America stands at a filibuster crossroads. Do we uphold a racist Senate rule? Or do we move forward and protect voting rights?

What Is ‘The Marshall Plan for Moms’? Sam Rasoul Outlines The Proposal

ROANOKE-What is 'The Marshall Plan For Moms'? Reshma Saujani developed the idea & now Sam Rasoul hopes to get it through the Assembly.