It’s usually more effective to run for something rather than against someone.
Another bad night for Republicans in Virginia, and another warning sign for Republicans nationally.
A Virginia Judge has ruled that automated license plate collection systems violate state law.
Nominating Corey Stewart is beginning to look like the biggest mistake Virginia Republicans have ever made.
Corey Stewart rose to become the Republican Party’s Senate nominee in Virginia with blatant appeals to racial division. Now his party fears they’ll be the ones who end up paying the price.
Virginia Republicans took a hard-right turn in yesterday’s primary. This is likely to benefit the Democrats.
Democrats, Republicans, and Independents came out for an an election that can only been seen as a strong rebuke to President Trump and the Republican Party.
With less than forty-eight hours to go, the race for Virginia’s Governor is tighter than ever.
A new poll shows that Donald Trump could end up having an impact on the race for Virginia Governor.
The second place finisher in the Republican primaries is looking like the first loser.
Donald Trump is complaining about a ‘rigged’ delegate selection process, but the truth is that the fault lies with only one person, Donald Trump.
Conservatives are doing all they can to make sure Merrick Garland does not get either a hearing or a vote in the Senate, and it’s working.
Republican officials in three states are looking at ways to keep Donald Trump off the primary ballot unless he pledges to support the eventual GOP nominee.
It was a close vote, but Virginia’s Republican leaders did the smart thing yesterday in picking a primary over a convention in 2016.
Virginia Republicans are deciding later this week how they will make their choice in the 2016 Presidential Race. And they may end up regretting their decision.
In addition to gains at the national level and in Governor’s races, the GOP also saw more gains in state legislatures around the country.
Arguably the most surprising Senate race of 2014 was in Virginia, and it’s not over yet.
Two prominent Republican groups point out the blindingly obvious.
The Hobby Lobby decision could end up motivating women voters to turn out to vote against Republicans in the fall.
It appears that the GOP still has a problem communicating with women.
The people with the biggest voices in the GOP seem to be leading it to positions that most Americans disagree with.
After appearing to be at the end of his political career, Thad Cochran has pulled off a surprising victory over his Tea Party backed challenger.
An unknown Tea Party candidate unexpectedly beat the House Leader in today’s GOP primary.
The establishment wins one in Virginia, but that’s unlikely to help the GOP in November
Perhaps the only good thing you can say about Virginia Delegate Robert Marshall is that, while he may be nuts, at least he’s consistently nuts.
If something is going to be done about an out of control National Security State, it’ll be because the American people demand it.
Former RNC Chair Ed Gillespie is challenging incumbent Senator Mark Warner for his Senate seat.
The Virginia Attorney General’s race recount seems to be going in favor of the Democratic candidate.
Much like the guy who’s afraid to talk to girls in High School, Republicans don’t seem to know how to talk to women. But their problems are actually bigger than that.
We have a certified “winner” in the Virginia Attorney General’s race, but where it heads from here is still up in the air.
The margin in the Virginia Attorney General’s race is, quite literally, razor thin.
Accusations of blame are already being tossed around about why Republicans lost in Virginia, and they mirror a broader debate in the Republican Party nationally.
Ken Cuccinelli still hasn’t called to congratulate Terry McAuliffe. Why does this odd custom continue?
Republicans are contending that the nearly won the Virginia Governor’s race by emphasizing Obamacare in the closing weeks, but the evidence supporting that contention is far from clear.
Chris Christie did as well as expected last night, but that’s just the beginning.
The race for Virginia Governor turned out to be much closer than many predicted, but that should not be a surprise.
Polls in Virginia don’t open for another 48 hours or so, but the end result has become fairly apparent when you look at the polls.
Rand Paul used word-for-word excerpts from Wikipedia in two speeches in Virginia.
Some interesting polls out of Virginia today, but McAuliffe is still the clear leader in this race.
There’s still a week to go in Virginia’s Governor’s race, but it’s clear that this race is effectively over.
With debate season over, it’s looking less and less likely that Virginia Republicans will be able to hold back the Democrats on November 5th.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch has endorsed “none of the above” for governor of Virginia.