The Clean Virginia Project is a new initiative to defend Virginia consumers and small business owners from the political stranglehold of Dominion Energy.
Don’t let anybody tell you that one vote doesn’t matter. Lawmakers in Virginia’s House of Delegates today summarily killed four bills that would have ensured more equal treatment under the law for LGBTQ people across the Commonwealth.
Chris Graham talks #TakeaKnee, and the intersection of sports and politics.
Dr. Ralph Northam comments on the U.S. Senate’s latest failure to pass Graham-Cassidy, an attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The Northam for Governor campaign announced it will begin airing a new ad entitled “Enron Ed.”
One Virginia governor race poll released yesterday had Democrat Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie tied.
The Virginia Credit Union League, the state trade association for the Commonwealth’s 136 member-owned credit unions, today announced its endorsement of Democrat Ralph Northam for governor.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ralph Northam is coming out forcefully against the new version of Trumpcare making its way back through the U.S. Senate.
A Suffolk University poll shows Democrat Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie tied, with 42 percent supporting or leaning toward each.
Democrat Ralph Northam has a five-point lead on Republican Ed Gillespie in the race for the open Virginia governor job, according to a poll released Monday by the University of Mary Washington.
Democratic Party gubernatorial nominee Ralph Northam has unveiled his policy plan to build and expand Virginia’s vibrant technology ecosystem.
The Northam for Governor campaign announced it raised $7,214,788.57 for the last reporting period ending August 31.
The Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance announced Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam as its choice to be the 73rd governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam comments after Anthem’s decision to continue offering insurance policies under the Affordable Care Act throughout Virginia.
Some Democrats expressed private worry over the zeal of candidates on the Virginia state ticket to jump out on the Confederate monuments issue in the aftermath of Aug. 12.
More than 66,000 residents in 58 cities and counties could be left with no coverage and no options next year as insurers end their participation in Virginia’s exchanges.
Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam unveiled his policy plan to bolster Virginia’s public education and strengthen opportunities for all of Virginia’s children.
Ralph Northam comments on the City of Charlottesville’s decision to remove the statue of Robert E. Lee from Emancipation Park.