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  • Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli to lunch in Gloucester on Friday

    Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will dine at Bangkok Noi on Main Street on Friday in an event open to the public. The event begins at noon and Cuccinelli will give a short presentation followed by a question and answer session, according to...
  • Bolling won't rule out write-in campaign

    Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling isn't out on the hustings, he isn't raising money and he isn't bombarding Virginia residents with ads asking for their vote for governor. But as the party nominees for the post, Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and...
  • GOP operative backing McAuliffe

    Your average Virginia voter won't know the name M. Boyd Marcus Jr., an influential campaign strategist who has worked for Republicans including George Allen, Jim Gilmore and Tom Bliley. But to political nerds and insiders the name carries weight....
  • Where they stand on Medicaid expansion

    Where they stand  on Medicaid expansion
    Governor's race Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, Republican: "Ken Cuccinelli opposes Medicaid expansion until states can opt out of the program entirely. We must ensure Medicaid's core mission of offering a health care safety net for our most vulnerable...
  • Candidates run from government shutdown, play congeniality card

    Candidates run from government shutdown, play congeniality card
    This year’s crop of state political candidates has learned something from the federal government shutdown: The ability to sing "Kumbaya," or at least know the lyrics. High-profile races from Virginia to New Jersey are awash in testimonials to...
  • Attorney general warns of health insurance scams

    Attorney general warns of health insurance scams
    Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is warning Virginians to beware of con artists trying to steal their money or identities under the guise of selling health insurance mandated by the Affordable Care Act. The warning, which echoes similar advisories by...
  • Looking Out: Harry Reid moving Employment Non-Discrimination Act toward a vote

    Looking Out: Harry Reid moving Employment Non-Discrimination Act toward a vote
    Happy Halloween! Let's talk about something truly terrifying: LGBT discrimination in hiring. Maybe not as viscerally scream-inducing as ghouls or witches, I know. But after progress on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act got halted by a government...
  • Rand Paul: Plagiarism accusations just attacks from 'haters'

    Rand Paul: Plagiarism accusations just attacks from 'haters'
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), facing accusations that he plagiarized Wikipedia entries in two speeches, claims critics are “making a mountain out of a molehill,” and that he credited the proper sources. While campaigning for Ken Cuccinelli, the...
  • Obama joins the action in Virginia governor's race

    Obama joins the action in Virginia governor's race
    WASHINGTON - President Obama joined the parade of personalities campaigning for onetime Democratic Party chief Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia governor's race, a closely watched swing-state contest that could test both parties' strategy for next year's...
  • In tight race, Virginia elects Democrat McAuliffe as governor

    In tight race, Virginia elects Democrat McAuliffe as governor
    HERNDON, Va. – Democrats took the governor’s office in Virginia late Tuesday, as longtime party insider Terry McAuliffe outpaced his socially conservative rival in an election that raged with national arguments about the federal government...
  • Off-year elections could shape GOP's 2014 strategy

    Off-year elections could shape GOP's 2014 strategy
    A set of off-year elections Tuesday in three states could offer the first clues of a way forward for Republicans still staggering from consecutive presidential defeats and divided by a growing rift between the establishment and tea party wings of the GOP....