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Jackson to campaign in Iowa for Ted Cruz

Former Republican statewide office candidate E.W. Jackson is heading to Iowa to campaign for Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz.


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Former lieutenant governor candidate calls for support of police in black community

E.W. Jackson, president of STAND (Staying True to America’s National Destiny), is convening black leaders and ministers on Friday in front of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C., for a press conference calling for support of the police in the black community.


Dan Moxley endorsed by 2013 Republican lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson

Dan Moxley was endorsed Monday in his bid for the 24th Senate District Republican nomination by E.W. Jackson. Jackson was the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor of Virginia in 2013 and enjoyed a hotbed of support in the Shenandoah Valley.


E.W. Jackson launches national movement to protect rights of Christians

2013 Republican lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson has launched a national movement to protect Christians from “growing hostility, discrimination and anti-Christian bigotry.”


E.W. Jackson comments on Supreme Court gay marriage ruling

Bishop E.W. Jackson is warning pastors and churches not to be complacent about the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to take up the same sex marriage issue.


E.W. Jackson on the meaning of September 11

September 11, 2001 will not only be remembered by all Americans as a day of infamy, but will forever mark each of us as a moment when time stood still.


Former GOP LG candidate E.W. Jackson reports on visit to Ferguson

Bishop E.W. Jackson Sr., pastor of a local church in Chesapeake and bishop of Exodus Faith Ministries, visited Ferguson, Missouri, on a fact-finding mission for STAND, a nonprofit organization bringing people together across racial and cultural lines.


E.W. Jackson on Obama’s non-discrimination order: Abuse of authority

E.W. Jackson, minister and former Republican nominee for lieutenant governor of Virginia, says President Obama is undermining the First Amendment Rights of Americans to advance the LGBT agenda.


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E.W. Jackson: Mark Herring’s stance on marriage is anti-religious, racist

When liberals have an issue with, say, Phil Robertson speaking his mind on same sex marriage in an interview, conservatives get all up in a lather for attacks on “freedom of speech.”


Will E.W. Jackson run for Senate?

Failed Republican lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson has been giving consideration to a run for the U.S. Senate seat held by popular Democrat Mark Warner.


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Chris Graham: Did the GOP blow the Virginia election? Let me count the ways

Terry McAuliffe outspent his Republican gubernatorial opponent by more than $17 million, and won the election by two and a half points. So, yeah, this one was the Virginia GOP’s race to win. Don’t let them sell you now on the idea that they pulled off some miracle in just losing by 55,000 votes after being down by double digits in the polls last week.


Karen Kwiatkowski: A look at the Virginia GOP ticket

When I ran in the Republican primary of 2012, seeking to unseat long-term Sixth District Congressman Bob Goodlatte, I met a lot of people who liked my message of small government and liberty.


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Two new polls have McAuliffe up in governor’s race

Two new polls out Friday have Democrat Terry McAuliffe leading Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Libertarian Robert Sarvis in the Virginia governor’s race.


Jackson releases education plan, touts school choice

E.W. Jackson, Republican nominee for lieutenant governor, talked up on Tuesday his education plan, which would create greater educational opportunities for the Commonwealth’s children by providing greater choices to parents.


Northam discusses education policy

Today on a conference call with members of the media, State Sen. Ralph Northam spelled out his plan to strengthen Virginia’s public schools and announced the launch of Educators for Northam. In addition, Northam, the Democratic Party nominee for lieutenant governor, called out his Republican rival E.W. Jackson’s extreme agenda that would shortchange Virginia’s public schools.


NRA endorses E.W. Jackson for lieutenant governor

E.W. Jackson, Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in Virginia has received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association (NRA) after receiving a rating of AQ for his “pro gun response on our candidate questionnaire.”


E.W. Jackson pledges to defy, not comply to defend coal jobs

E.W. Jackson, Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in Virginia, spoke to mine workers at the Clintwood Elkhorn Mining Company in Hurley about their job future.


E.W. Jackson pledges to reduce government burdens on small business

E.W. Jackson, Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in Virginia, spoke this week regarding his plans to help small business.


E.W. Jackson receives police, gun owners endorsements

E.W. Jackson, Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in Virginia, has received the endorsements of Gun Owners of America Political Victory Fund and the Southern States Police Benevolent Association.


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Quinnipiac: McAuliffe builds lead in governor’s race

Democrat Terry McAuliffe has a 48-42 percent lead over Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli in the race to become Virginia’s next governor, according to today’s Quinnipiac University poll, the first survey in this race among voters likely to vote in the November election.


Northam: Jackson behind the times on pay equity

Democratic Party lieutenant governor nominee Ralph Northam today criticized Republican opponent E.W. Jackson for opposing pay equity.


E.W. Jackson fails to disclose lobbyist-funded plane trip

Yesterday the news broke that E.W. Jackson failed to disclose a $9,000 lobbyist-funded plane ride he took with his ticket-mates in May [AP, 8/8/13]. While both Ken Cuccinelli and Mark Obeinshain reported the plane ride, Jackson did not.


LG nominee says Democratic Party is ‘anti-God’

Republican lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson said last week in a radio interview that the Democratic Party is “anti-God,” and that Christians should leave it.


E.W. Jackson to speak at Valley fund-raiser

The Shenandoah Valley friends of lieutenant governor candidate E.W. Jackson will host a “God & Country” benefit dinner for Jackson at 6:30 p.m., Monday, July 29, at JMU’s Festival Conference and Student Center. The public is invited.


Jackson: War on Poverty harmful to black families

Republican lieutenant governor candidate E.W. Jackson is calling attention to the harm he says has been done to the black family over the last five decades as a result of the War on Poverty.


Jackson calls out Northam on right to work

Republican lieutenant governor candidate E.W. Jackson is calling attention to Democratic opponent Ralph Northam’s position on right to work in Virginia.


Ralph Northam, Mark Herring win Democratic nominations

State Sens. Ralph Northam and Mark Herring will complete the Democratic Party ticket for the 2013 state elections. Northam, D-Norfolk, defeated Aneesh Chopra for the lieutenant governor nomination, with 54.3 percent of the more than 140,000 votes cast. Herring, D-Leesburg, won a tighter battle with former federal prosecutor Justin Fairfax for the attorney general nomination, with 51.6 percent of the votes going to Herring.


E.W. Jackson comments on privacy issues, Aneesh Chopra

Republican lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson is raising issue with the federal government’s collection of Verizon phone records – and potential Democratic rival Aneesh Chopra’s knowledge of collection activities.


Chris Graham: Democrats begin pushback against E.W. Jackson

Virginia Republicans have an E.W. Jackson problem; they just don’t know it yet. That they don’t know it is evident when you hear Senate Republican Leader Tommy Norment, R-James City, telling an audience at a fund-raiser that Jackson, the controversial GOP lieutenant gpvernor nominee, will lead Virginia in the right direction.


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Mark Obenshain, E.W. Jackson join Ken Cuccinelli on Republican state ticket

Virginia Republicans formally nominated Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to run for governor in 2013, and added as his ticketmates Mark Obenshain, a Harrisonburg state senator, as the attorney-general nominee, and E.W. Jackson, a Chesapeake-based Baptist minister, as the nominee for lieutenant governor.


Candidate for Republican LG nomination blasts Feinstein

E.W. Jackson, candidate for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor of Virginia, released a statement on gun rights on Monday.


Goodlatte, Allen fight back primary challenges

Sixth District Congressman Bob Goodlatte and former governor and U.S. senator George Allen have successfully fought off respective Republican Party nomination challenges


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Analysis: Goodlatte, Allen probably OK

It will all come down to turnout. That’s the conventional wisdom in looking at the Republican Party primaries in the Sixth District and the U.S. Senate race. Turnout is likely to be in the 4 to 6 percent range in Tuesday’s primaries. For the state race, that would translate to roughly 125,000 to 150,000 votes


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Voters head to polls Tuesday for GOP primaries

Sixth District Congressman Bob Goodlatte and former Virginia governor and United States senator George Allen are the heavy favorites heading into Republican Party primaries in Virginia on Tuesday, but the final hours will be uneasy ones for the veteran lawmakers


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Politics Notebook: GOP Senate primary race

News from the GOP Senate primary campaign trail