Election 2020: Opinions



  • Opinion

The election success or failure of the Republican candidate for Virginia governor will send a clear message on strategy to the rest of the GOP.

Getting a deal in Washington could help avert a cascade of failures.

  • Opinion

Virginia may be too blue for him to prevail. But if he even makes it close, his race will be a lodestar for other campaigns.

With the election in less than two weeks, Democrats are nervous, and perhaps with reason.

  • Opinion

Terry McAuliffe should be cruising to victory in Virginia. Here's why he isn't.

Nobody believes Glenn Youngkin actually cares about critical race theory, or would spend his time on it if he wins.

The first reading of the nation’s politics, how nationalized themes play in Virginia will inform the politics of 2022 and beyond.

  • Opinion

If he's elected, the Republican will have to deliver on his promises. He can do that by focusing on teacher performance.

Virginia's GOP gubernatorial candidate embraces the state’s most polarizing politician.

A mission-accomplished mentality could prove fatal.

  • Gaby Goldstein
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All the GOP has to do is honestly and consistently remind Hispanic voters that it is the party of religious freedom, parental rights and more money in families’ pockets.

  • Peter Mihalick
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  • Opinion

The Democratic gubernatorial candidate objects to criticism of local school boards for infusing public school curricula with “anti-racist” indoctrination favored by many unionized teachers.

  • Opinion

McConnell cannot risk the possibility of Trump's lies depressing Republican turnout.

  • Opinion

American democracy faces an existential crisis. It should be treated like one.

  • Opinion

Trumpist Republicans are using the big lie of 2020 to make changes that could pave the way for the big steal in 2024.

  • Opinion

Republicans’ false allegations of voter fraud dating back two decades set the stage for the debacle with Cheney.

  • Opinion

The hypocrisy on display is stunning.

Enough isn’t enough, apparently.

GOP state lawmakers are cracking down on voting.

  • Opinion

Gov. Ron DeSantis and his GOP allies, in lockstep with the national party, are moving to make voting harder.

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