A probe into the 2010 campaign has undercut the advantages of incumbency for D.C.’s mayor.
Gray’s fellow candidates and other political observers weighed in on his surprise move in interviews and statements.
State Sen. R. Creigh Deeds’s 24-year-old son, Austin, stabbed him in the face and chest before killing himself, investigators said.
The Cuccinelli Compass newsletter honed a combative political persona and provided fodder for opponents.
Former DNC chairman eager to get from fundraising background to Virginia governor’s spotlight.
Party leaders fear that their nominee, Ken Cuccinelli II, is on his way to losing the governor’s race.
Libertarian Rob Sarvis’s rise is seen as a reflection of voters’ disgust with Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli.
Issues tossed aside, Ken Cuccinelli and Terry McAuliffe came out fighting early, and the jabs haven’t stopped.
The Democratic candidate for governor lacks focus on the campaign trail.
The mayor is seen as popular and effective, but backers are wary of corruption charges.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee wants to be seen as a candidate who can work with both parties in Virginia.
In gubernatorial race, Republican is questioning Democrat’s connection to the state.
During campaign stop in Winchester, the Democratic candidate says state should nix 19th century law.
For a win, candidate for Va. governor will have to appeal to centrists, especially those in Northern Virginia.
Bill’s passage was driven by the personal touch.
Laws enacted by Maryland represent a dramatic liberal shift, even for a state long dominated by Democrats.
Pr. George’s leader is betting a takeover will endear him to voters, retain residents, attract investment.
Senate set to vote on a measure that would end jail time and reduce the fine for possessing small amounts.
State prisons’ policy is to avoid using shackles, but legislation aims to ensure adherence in county jails.
But in the meantime, veteran delegate Vallario still runs House Judiciary Committee his way.
Paul Schwartzman specializes in political profiles and narratives about life, death and everything in between. Prior to The Post, he worked at the New York Daily News, where he covered Rudolph Giuliani’s rise as mayor.