This chart from the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP) breaks out the candidate funding sources in the General Assembly from January 2018 to June 2019. These include small donors, businesses, political parties, individuals, and single interest donors.
House Majority Leader Todd Gilbert announced legislation to curb gun violence without infringing on our 2nd Amendment rights. Project Ceasefire is based on the successful ‘Operation Ceasefire’ model employed in Boston and documented to be effective by the National Institute Continue reading GOP Leader Announces Legislation to Curb Gun Violence
Republican women are stepping up to challenge Democrats in several local races, according to a final list of candidates for the 2019 general election ballot. Del. Danica Roem, D-13th, faces a challenge from Republican Kelly McGinn; Del. Jennifer Carroll Foy, D-2nd, is Continue reading General Election Ballots Set for Prince William County
Virginia Democrats raised more money than Republicans over the past three months through state party and leadership committees, despite a string of executive branch scandals that threatened to cast a shadow over pivotal General Assembly races in November. Democratic candidates Continue reading Dems Outraising GOP in Virginia…so far
For progressives, different ethnicities and gender identities are welcomed but a variety of opinions and ideas are not. Conservatives say people should have choices. Progressives say one political solution fits all. Conservatives ask: “What can I do for myself, my Continue reading What’s the difference between a conservative and a progressive?
Contrary to the rhetoric of many gun control advocates, the Second Amendment’s protection of the individual right to keep and bear arms is not a malevolent, outdated barricade to peace that must be demolished or diminished in the name of Continue reading Guns are used more in self defense than in crimes
Here’s a list of the candidates running for office this year in Prince William County.
“There’s no secret behind Virginia’s climb to the top of the rankings this year. Our highly-educated workforce, our business-friendly regulatory environment, low taxes, and our ongoing commitment to education make our Commonwealth a great place for any business, from a Continue reading Statement of House Speaker Kirk Cox on Virginia being named Best State for Business by CNBC
Republican leaders in the Virginia House of Delegates said Wednesday they will begin work on a package of legislation designed to aid the City of Virginia Beach and the victims of the May 31 murders at the Virginia Beach Municipal Continue reading Republicans advance aid for Virginia Beach, victims over objections of Democrats
House of Delegates Speaker M. Kirkland “Kirk” Cox (R-Colonial Heights) and Senate Majority Leader Thomas K. “Tommy” Norment, Jr. (R-James City) today announced they are directing the Virginia State Crime Commission to undertake a “systematic review” of the May 31 Continue reading Virginia Crime Commission to Review Laws Submitted in the Special Session