President Trump is the single greatest get-out-the-vote tool Virginia Democrats have had in a generation.
Forget guns, climate change, immigration, taxes, spending, education, infrastructure and everything else you thought might have been the big issue in the 2020 elections.
If Republicans maintain the House and Senate majorities in Richmond, then expect more of the same on guns in the commonwealth.
Republicans needed the cheap theater as much as the self-styled resistance.
Political errors happen to both parties, so it was inevitable Virginia Republicans would stumble over something on their way to Election Day.
The suburban Richmond district is trending blue, but the Republican incumbent thinks guns will be the big issue in his favor.
Usually, the expectation is the Virginia Way will allow senior members of the political class to reap the rewards they think they deserve.
Republicans have restated their calls for hearings on sexual assault allegations against Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax.
July's special session, ostensibly about gun-control measures, might provide some substance to the November elections.
We say goodbye to the idea that government should not pick winners and losers.