Johnson seeks to become the first Black woman elected governor of any state
State party officials had to rethink their plan to hold a single convention at Liberty University after learning there isn’t enough space there.
“We overpromised and underdelivered,” said an immunization expert.
Democratic Del. Jerrauld C. “Jay” Jones seeks to become the first African American to win the office.
She was hit after a car had a “mechanical malfunction” and drove onto the sidewalk, police said.
The university said it will make recommendations on how the organizations can meet the “high expectations we have for them.”
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It was not clear how Adam Oakes died. He was supposed to meet the “big brother” who would guide him through fraternity life on Friday, his family said.
But the compromise drew opposition from legalization advocates, who said the deal was worse than the status quo.
About 30,000 caregivers would benefit if the bill is signed by Northam; bill on workers comp for health care providers also advances.
House and Senate negotiators continue to work out differences in legalization bills.
The two-year spending plan, which will be put to a vote Saturday, reflects the state’s improving economy.
Northern Virginia lawmaker vents outrage on GOP colleagues, as well as Louis DeJoy.
Convention delegates would cast ballots from their cars to observe coronavirus restrictions.
Maryland became the first state to enact such a ban last year.
This year’s race for Virginia governor is more crowded than any other in modern history, perhaps ever.
The General Assembly passed bills to authorize ballot drop-boxes and other changes that helped power record turnout last year.
County Executive Bryan Hill proposed reducing rate by 1 cent and setting aside $20 million for economic relief.
Harry Flood Byrd masterminded the policy of “massive resistance” to school integration.
Victim was trying to help husband back into driveway, Fairfax County police say.