The Democratic Party of Virginia (DPVA) has sued to gain access to a list of voters with errors on their absentee ballots so the DPVA can “notify and assist eligible, registered Virginia voters in Richmond, including the DPVA’s members and Continue reading Democrats Sue to Gain Access to Absentee Ballots That May Have Errors
Under the jail’s new rules adopted weeks ago, someone booked in on a misdemeanor will be shielded from ICE but someone booked in on a felony will be held for up to two hours for ICE pickup. PWC Democrats led Continue reading PWC JAIL RELEASES FELON IN COUNTRY ILLEGALLY
All delegates from PWC supported HB5058, which was passed by the House of Delegates. It changes from a primary offense to a secondary offense the possession of marijuana and the traffic infractions of operating a motor vehicle (i) without a Continue reading HOUSE OF DELEGATES GOES SOFT ON SAFETY!
On October 20, the Board of Supervisors will once again consider a development that will take an axe to the Rural Crescent. This development: brings sewer to the rural crescent adds over 100 homes triples the currently approved density opens Continue reading Sign the Petition to Preserve at Long Branch (Rural Crescent)!
Judge Tracy Thorne-Begland ruled the House of Delegates Speaker Filler-Corn willfully violated the Virginia Freedom of Information Act when she refused requests for information on the statue and busts she had removed from the House of Delegates. The judge imposed Continue reading Virginia Speaker of the House Filler-Corn Guilty of Violating FOIA
When the dust settles and the unpaid bills come due, they are likely to come to all of the other customers of the various utilities in the form of extra monthly charges. In the case of Dominion Energy Virginia, the Continue reading Who Pays the Unpaid Power Bills? We do!
House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert issued the following statement: “After nearly a year of Democratic rule in the House, I didn’t think I could be shocked anymore. Today, I was proven wrong. House Democrats took a series of votes that Continue reading Statement of House GOP Leader Todd Gilbert on House Budget Votes
A Cato national survey finds that self‐censorship is on the rise in the United States. Nearly two-thirds—62%—of Americans say the political climate these days prevents them from saying things they believe because others might find them offensive. The share of Continue reading Citing Fear, 2/3 of Americans Keep Political Views to Themselves
Did you know there are two state Constitutional amendments on the November ballot? Amendment #1: Should the Constitution of Virginia be amended to establish a redistricting commission, consisting of eight members of the General Assembly and eight citizens of the Continue reading TWO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ON NOVEMBER BALLOT
Democrats are moving forward with a 25% cut to law enforcement that was proposed by Delegate Lee Carter and supported by all of the General Assembly members from Prince William County – Delegates Ayala, Guzman, Carroll-Foy, and Roem. This will Continue reading Virginia Dems Closer to Passing 25% Cut to Law Enforcement