• Want To Question Your VA House Of Delegates Candidates?

    Want To Question Your VA House Of Delegates Candidates?0

    More than a dozen candidates for the Virginia House of Delegates in November’s General Election will be available for questions Sept. 15 when the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce hosts a candidates forum at Belmont Country Club. The event is scheduled from 7 to 10 a.m. at 43750 Tournament Parkway in Ashburn. The event is part of the chamber’s

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  • Early Voting, Voter Registration: Places, Times

    Early Voting, Voter Registration: Places, Times0

    The Loudoun County Office of Elections has several on-site voter registration events planned for the month of September in advance of the Nov. 7 General Election. The main race Nov. 7 is the state’s gubernatorial election. In addition, all of Virginia’s House of Delegates seats are up for re-election. Primary elections for or the House of Delegates and the governor

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  • Eighth Democrat Joins Congressional Race

    Eighth Democrat Joins Congressional Race0

    Michael Pomerleano makes the eighth Democrat to announce their candidacy in the 10th District House of Representatives Race. The seat, held by Republican Barbara Comstock, covers Loudoun and has become increasingly liberal throughout the years. Comstock beat challenger LuAnn Bennett in the highly contested 2016 election. The 2018 mid-term is set to be another highly

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  • Gillespie Releases Public Safety Plan

    Gillespie Releases Public Safety Plan0

    Republican gubernatorial nominee Ed Gillespie released a detailed plan July 27 to improve public safety in Virginia by eradicating gangs, reforming the system and rewarding those who serve and protect. As governor, Gillespie will ban sanctuary cities, reinstate Project Exile and increase law enforcement pay. This is Gillespie’s seventh major policy announcement in his campaign

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  • Exclusive: Interview with Republican Attorney General Candidate John Adams

    Exclusive: Interview with Republican Attorney General Candidate John Adams0

    Running for elected office for the first time in his life, John Adams says he entered the race to stop what he views as the overreach and overt politicization of the Attorney General’s office. A VMI graduate, former naval officer and a legal council for the George W. Bush administration, Adams has criticized incumbent Democratic

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  • Virginia Democrats, Republicans Alter Campaigns Following Alexandria Shooting

    Virginia Democrats, Republicans Alter Campaigns Following Alexandria Shooting0

    Both Virginia political parties suspended or altered campaign events scheduled June 14 following a shooting in Alexandria that reportedly left five injured including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise. Multiple media outlets reported that at least one congressional staffer was injured as well as multiple Capitol Hill police officers who helped detain the shooter. The Democratic

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