The Democrats have introduced SJ271, which would allow a Governor elected in 2025 and thereafter to succeed himself in office for two four-year terms (either in succession or not in succession) but prohibits election to a third term. The details Continue reading Ending the 1-term Limit on the Governor?
Del. Lee Carter (member of the Democrat Socialists of America) is calling on Virginia lawmakers to devote all future tax revenue from the sale of legalized cannabis products to reparations for Black and Indigenous Virginians and to establish a “Governor’s Continue reading Carter: Legalize and Tax Pot to Fund Reparations
HJ513. Introduced by Del. Wilt (R, 26th District). This bill limits the authority of the Governor to issue an executive order declaring a state of emergency that restricts, limits, or prohibits otherwise lawful action by a private business, nonprofit entity, Continue reading Bill Introduced to Limit the Governor’s Powers During a State of Emergency
SB1097. Introduced by Sen. Favola (District 31), this bill would repeal the requirement that an absentee ballot be opened in the presence of a witness and signed by such witness. After this turbulent election season Dems still insist on watering Continue reading Dems Introduce Bill to Eliminate Witnesses on Absentee Ballots
Former Virginia House of Delegates Speaker and retired teacher Kirk Cox announced his campaign for Governor on Tuesday, bringing to the 2021 race a track record of conservative leadership, the proven ability to win where other Republicans cannot, and a Continue reading Former House Speaker and Retired Teacher Kirk Cox Announces Run for Governor
The 2020 Special Session that was called to address the Commonwealth’s budget shortfall, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and criminal justice and police reform concluded today. The Special Session, which lasted nearly 90 days — significantly longer than an even-year regular Continue reading Statement of GOP Leadership on Conclusion of the Special Session
Today the media just decided they needed to move on with some new headlines, so they announced that Joe Biden won the election. Shouldn’t they wait until all the votes are counted? Many readers will note that on election night, Continue reading The Media Calls the Presidential Race (Too Soon?)
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!