Stories tagged: "Virginia Voting"

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.

Mandatory Minimum Sentencing May Disappear
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RICHMOND-Chase's lawsuit gets dismissed, the death penalty gets passed by and SNAP access gets expanded.

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

Signing Up to Support Candidates Online
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.

A man casts his ballot at an early voting center at the University of the District of Columbia on October 27, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images)
Virginia Still Plans for June Primaries, Election Officials Say

RICHMOND – Right now, all of Virginia's primaries are still scheduled to take place in June.

Where Do I Cast a Ballot
Census Delays Create Challenges for Virginia’s Redistricting Commission

RICHMOND- Virginia’s voting districts likely won’t change this year.