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Tag Archives: Virginia State Senate
While most folks believe Senator Janet Howell will coast to reelection in the 32nd District since her opponent is a repeat candidate who has hardly any money backing his campaign, the rhetoric used by Arthur Purves is a prime example … Continue reading
With four days until the election, the Washington Post has weighed in on several of the crucial General Assembly races here in Northern Virginia. After calling out the “vitriolic” and “poisonous tone” resulting from the Republicans taking “a page from … Continue reading
GOP Senate Candidate Says Gun Violence Result of Taking Lord’s Prayer and 10 Commandments Out of Public Schools
During last night’s League of Women Voters forum held at the Sully District Government Center for the 32nd Senate District, the candidates were asked about what they’d do the help address the gun violence epidemic that’s facing our country and … Continue reading
Even in protests that highlight the concerns surrounding issues of police brutality, most people are quick to highlight how the vast majority of police officers are honorable public servants who put their lives on the lines everyday in order to … Continue reading
As I pointed out when he announced he’d be retiring at the end of his current term, I ashamed to admit that my state senator is Dick Black. He’s arguably the most conservative member of the senate and has a … Continue reading
With Jennifer Wexton now in the House of Representatives, there was a special election to fill her old seat in the state senate. Most political analysts would say it’s a “safe Democrat” one, but you never know what can happen … Continue reading