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Pay Now or Pay Later – But Vote Smart

Is it too hard to ask to pursue informed decisions, be bold and lead in tough times, and not deviate from the principles that got us to be a great country?

You Get the Government You Deserve

Voting is a right, but it is also a responsibility. Serious people should be running for office, but they can only be held accountable by serious voters.

Disavowing the GOP, David Ramadan still supports Barbara Comstock

Virginia’s 10th Congressional District reflects the political atmosphere of DC and incumbent Rep. Barbara Comstock, fairly or unfairly, has the challenge of running her campaign on her own merits and not that of other actors. Ramadan, a Comstock loyalist, explains how she will win.

Redistricting always is a political process — on each and every side

Redistricting is as old as the United States and it has always been political. It always will be. Virginia is no different.

James Young

Young offers perspective on the confirmation of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Prospects of a Blue Wave Puts Brat in Dangerous Waters

Polling data puts even safe Republican districts up for grabs this election cycle.

It’s not the economy, stupid

Voters are not planning to vote their pocketbook – at least that’s what they’re saying today.

Stephen Farnsworth

A look at the 2018 political landscape in Virginia with University of Mary Washington’s Dr. Stephen Farnsworth.

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.