Virginia Senate Category Archives
Upset that Virginia hasn’t done anything about charter schools, illegal immigration, getting out of the liquor business, merit pay for teachers, or dealing with exploding entitlements, to name a few items? The Senate is where all the bills to reform Virginia go to die, and Senate Majority Dick Saslaw is the one who makes sure that happens. […]
Chuck Colgan’s facebook page featured an ad today where he states “the next time someone tells you that I voted to raise taxes, please ask them to show you a copy of my vote on that particular tax.” Now there’s something I can help Senator Colgan with, but instead of waiting until someone discusses it […]
Be on the lookout for the following individual who has been observed destroying candidate’s signs in Woodbridge: Male, 30-35 years old, driving a dark colored automobile with Virginia license plate “X 2 BOAT” which was last seen in the Belmont Bay neighborhood. If you observe this vehicle please contact the Jeff Frederick campaign at (571) […]
Lots of campaign activity across Northern Virginia, especially with Governor McDonnell, Lieutenant Governor Bolling, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, RPV Chairman Pat Mullins and Senate Minority Leader Tommy Norment swinging by campaign rallies across the area this weekend. As these races enter their final days, some races are tightening and you have an opportunity to make […]
As campaigns enter their final week it seems that Democrats are starting to grasp just what a debacle they’re potentially facing on November 8th, and it’s monumental. With no time left to adjust, finding themselves way behind in their campaign finances, and saddled with “leadership” of the likes of Brian Moran who is doing just […]
Remember when I was predicting a Republican blowout this election cycle? Based on the information I’m getting it may be time to revise the prognostications, as “blowout” doesn’t seem to adequately describe the massacre Democrats are facing this cycle. Obama is like a thousand pound weight dragging down everyone with a “D” label on them […]
Speaking of the State Senate, here’s one candidate to watch. It’s not on many of the radar screens of the political insiders as a likely flip, but Patricia Phillips is running a strong campaign against an incumbent that no one seems to care much for. In an election cycle like this, Patricia could […]
Mason Conservative has gotten ahold of some information that smells suspiciously of “inside baseball” that lays out an uncannily accurate picture of the critical State Senate races this election that will decide the majority. Providing a good rundown on the seven top competitive races this cycle, he adds in his “honorable mentions” for what is precisely the […]
A nun gets killed by a drunken illegal alien in a horrific vehicle accident on a Sunday morning. State officials learn that the illegal alien had obtained a drivers license using an “Employment Authorization Document” given to him by the feds, and determine that Virginia should no longer issue driver’s licenses based on these credentials. So […]
Jeff Frederick is working hard to unseat Toddy Puller in the 36th Senate District, and deserves all the support you can give. I’m sure readers can find some loose change to help Jeff get over the finish line first, so visit Jeff’s website and help him out right now.
While I don’t have access to polling data, I do have many friends in the NOVA political scene who do, and they’re painting a picture of a developing election wave that suggests that Dick Saslaw’s control of the Senate of Virginia is over. Not maybe over, but utterly finished. It’s a theme I’ve been hearing […]
Speaking of Senator George Barker, check out this guy, Dr. Esam Omeish, who hosted a fundraiser for him this past summer:
Shawn Mitchell, the Democrat running in the 13th Senate District, wants you to believe he’s some sort of “moderate,” and doesn’t even put the word “Democrat” on his campaign mailers. In person he’s very different than this false image.
If you like what Barack Obama has done to our economy, our federal deficit, and in […]
Tonight’s debates between Bob Marshall and Carl Genthner, and between Dick Black and Shawn Miller were rather amusing. Both of these races are between strong, experienced conservatives and starry-eyed Obama supporters bearing no meaningful resume. Many thanks to the Prince William Committee of 100 for sponsoring tonight’s event, as otherwise there would be no opportunity […]
Shawn Mitchell, the Democrat running in the 13th Senate District, sure has a lot of explaining to do. You’d think that someone touting their business credentials would actually have a good business record to run on rather than a history littered with stealing from their employers. The Washington Times ran an article on this the […]
Last year’s election cycle offered considerable hope to conservatives as Republicans gained control of the House of Representatives and came within spitting distance of retiring the awful Gerry Connolly from politics. As Obama nosedives in the polls and Democrats are proving themselves inept, incompetent and ineffective a picture is emerging of a tidal wave in […]
The Virginia Tea Party Alliance is an umbrella for many of the Tea Party movement organizations that have sprouted up across the commonwealth, and includes as member organizations the Prince William Tea Party and the Manassas Tea Party. They announced today that they’re focusing on a number of key Senate races this election cycle, some of which […]
Uh oh. I think Senate Minority leader Tommy Norment has a bit of an ethics problem to deal with.
Northern Virginia has been quite the battleground this primary season and has had more than it’s usual share of amusing campaigns. Here’s a roundup of some of the more interesting races as we head into tomorrow’s primary elections.
Goodness gracious. If you didn’t know who these two were, you’d think this was a debate between a candidate for the Senate of Virginia and a candidate running for U.S. Congress. No wonder Jeff Frederick’s campaign released an internal poll this past week showing that Jeff is polling at 57% in this district. […]