Virginia Democrats will nominate their statewide ticket on June 8th, hoping to have the candidates to keep all three offices blue.
Author: Joe Szymanski
A billionaire couple seeks to reshape Virginia politics by funding primary challengers to Democrats that take money from Dominion Energy.
17 members of the Virginia House of Delegates face primary challenges, and a few might just be underdogs in their own seats.
Democrats prevailed in a special election, Republicans succeeded in passing two referendums, and progressives unseated two mayors.
With the ticket now completed, a consensus does seem to be forming – Virginia Republicans might have their best ticket since 2009.
The elections team at Elections Daily can project that Glenn Youngkin, the outsider and former CEO, has won the Republican nomination for Governor. The outsider of the race has surprised all and will emerge victorious at the convention. Youngkin has a huge personal fortune that he spent on this race. But, he was doubted at multiple turns. Most thought he wouldn’t succeed in a convention and then most thought the poor turnout would have also meant his demise. In the end, he pulls it out and will be headed to the general. This lines up with our most recent article,…
Virginia’s GOP Convention meets Saturday to determine candidates for the three major statewide offices, but who has the edge?
Joe Szymanski talks with Rod Hall, one of the Democratic candidates for the 31st District in Virginia’s House of Delegates.
Joe Szymanski talks with Tim Cox, one of the Republican candidates running in the primary for the 51st district in the House of Delegates.
Virginia’s Republican SCC voted down an amendment that would have allowed observant Jews to vote on the May 8th convention, on the Sabbath.