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Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe are squaring off in a battle to replace Gov. Robert McDonnell in Richmond.
Va. Governor Terry McAuliffe unleashes his relentless appetite to make a deal.
(Bill O'Leary / Washington Post)
But this time Virginia’s governor is taking a lower-profile approach than he did for Clinton in previous races.
Three possible alternatives to the Democratic front-runner make their cases.
(Sarah L. Voisin / The Washington Post)
Lawmakers agreed with Gov. McAuliffe on $100 limit but killed many of his other amendments to bill.
Acquisition of Disruption gives firm a foothold in Northern Virginia and a potentially lucrative product.
(Steve Helber / AP)
Call for $100 lifetime gift cap, instead of an annual one, has legislators tossing around revision options.
(Left, Charlottesville, Va., Police Department via AP; Right, City of Charlottesville, Va.)
If McAuliffe agrees, colleges would have to note expulsions for certain offenses on transcripts.
(Bob Brown / AP)
Laura Vozzella and Jenna Portnoy
Privacy rights vs. public safety issues prompt debate, and an ethics measure hits a snag and is delayed.
(Courtesy of John Albino / DAVID I. RAMADAN)
Jenna Portnoy and Laura Vozzella
The two-term Republican will not seek reelection, he announced on the floor of the Virginia House.
Legislators expect to find a fix to the error, the latest twist in Richmond’s long ethics saga.
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