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Luria Leads Taylor in Internal Poll; Republican Enthusiasm Depressed

Over-confidence and self-inflicted wounds make the 2nd District look as if it’s favoring the Democrat.

Alice Kassens Returns

Making sense of the Virginia economy and its potential effect on voters this election season.

Prepping for Florence and Virginia Elections

Preparations have been ongoing this week throughout much of Virginia as we brace for whatever Hurricane Florence has in store for us, however, Norm and I still took a break from gutter cleaning to talk about politics. We leave it to you to decide which is a dirtier job.

After a Storm: Community, Patience, & Gratitude

People will show tremendous care, compassion, and love for one another in these next few days. And people are resilient. For that, we should all be grateful

Thomas Oh

Oh seeks to replace Beyer in Virginia’s 8th Congressional District

Jason Bedrick

Jason Bedrick is Director of Policy for EdChoice, a non-profit that educates and advocates about School Choice initiatives.

Tone & Tenor, Background Investigations, and Drawing Lines

Norm Leahy and J.R. Hoeft talk this week’s news, including lessons from John McCain, background investigations, Federal employee wage freezes and looking into redrawing Virginia’s House of Delegates lines.

Our Lesson from John McCain

John McCain’s passing has offered an opportunity for everyone who is paying attention or participating in politics to take a step back and perhaps reassess the tone and tenor of our conversations.

Chuck Smith

The Virginia Beach Republican wants to be fairly considered before the Virginia state party decides its next chairman Sept. 8.