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  • Democrats outspend GOP in Virginia governor's race

    Democrats outspend GOP in Virginia governor's race
    If there was any doubt that the stakes in Tuesday’s Virginia gubernatorial election extend far beyond Old Dominion’s borders, just look at the campaign funds the major party candidates have raised. Most of it comes from outside the state....
  • O'Malley, Brown to join McAuliffe fundraiser

    O'Malley, Brown to join McAuliffe fundraiser
    Gov. Martin O'Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown will be two of the headliners at a fundraiser for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe Wednesday night as the former Democratic National Committee chairman takes his drive for dollars to...
  • Looking Out: Olympic committee says Russia's anti-gay law won't affect Games

    Looking Out: Olympic committee says Russia's anti-gay law won't affect Games
    After mounting concern about how Russia's anti-gay law would affect athletes headed to next year's Winter Olympics in Sochi, the International Olympic Committee has finally released a statement saying it will "work to ensure" no discrimination against...
  • Donald Trump: Chris Christie 'one email away from a disaster'

    Donald Trump: Chris Christie 'one email away from a disaster'
    MANCHESTER, N.H. – Chris Christie’s political troubles have the makings of a “disaster,” Donald Trump warned an important political audience Tuesday. The┬ásupremely self-confident real estate mogul, visiting the state that hosts...
  • Virginia attorney general to ignore state's gay marriage ban

    Virginia attorney general to ignore state's gay marriage ban
    Newly elected Virginia Atty. Gen. Mark R. Herring filed a court opinion Thursday declaring the state’s voter-approved ban on gay marriage unconstitutional and announcing his office will no longer defend the law. The decision follows recent federal...
  • Mike Huckabee mansplains women's libidos and contraception at RNC

    Mike Huckabee mansplains women's libidos and contraception at RNC
    I am genuinely starting to feel sorry for the Republican Party, which has become so adept at shooting itself in the foot over women’s issues that it should probably put a moratorium on discussing them for a while. The Democrats’ accusation...
  • Virginia official refuses to defend gay marriage ban

    Virginia official refuses to defend gay marriage ban
    Newly elected Virginia Atty. Gen. Mark R. Herring abruptly reversed the state's position on gay marriage Thursday, declaring a voter-approved ban unconstitutional and announcing that his office would no longer defend it. Though the state will continue...
  • Demographics pose hurdle for GOP Virginia governor hopeful Cuccinelli

    Demographics pose hurdle for GOP Virginia governor hopeful Cuccinelli
    HERNDON, Va. -- Some of the old-timers who came out to vote Tuesday in this suburb near Dulles International Airport can remember a time when a social conservative like the state GOP’s gubernatorial nominee would have dominated election returns...
  • An election with a message

    An election with a message
    While is it generally unwise to read too much into local elections from a handful of states, Tuesday's results produced a message writ too large to ignore. If Republicans want to win over swing voters, they'll need to produce candidates more like New...
  • Reading tea leaves: What Virginia and New Jersey exit polls say

    Reading tea leaves: What Virginia and New Jersey exit polls say
    The two biggest elections Tuesday provided an imperfect template for predicting the future. In New Jersey, Republican Gov. Chris Christie so thoroughly blew away his Democratic opponent that conclusions are skewed. It would be a miracle, for instance,...
  • In Virginia governor's race, strategies of both parties fall short

    In Virginia governor's race, strategies of both parties fall short
    WASHINGTON — The most closely fought major election of the fall, the race for governor of Virginia, has a lesson for both parties: Your magic bullets are duds. For weeks, partisans on each side have claimed an issue that they argued would sweep...