Democrats continue to focus on education, transportation and economic equality issues.
Democrats take General Assembly, sweep Fairfax School Board; Republicans hold Springfield.
It wasn’t all that long ago that Northern Virginia had its own breed of Republicanism. People like U.S. Rep. Tom Davis (R-11), U.S. Sen. John Warner and Del. Dave Albo (R-42). Now, after a series of stunning defeats since the election of Donald Trump to the White House, Northern Virginia Republicans are a dying breed, with moderates bowing out or being voted out.
Millennials and Gen X now outnumber older voters. So why do Baby Boomers dominate?
Millennials and Gen Xers now outnumber Baby Boomers and older voters in Virginia, according to data from the Census Bureau. But that doesn’t mean they have as much influence. Census numbers also show another trend: People over the age of 45 vote at much higher rates.
Voters have already returned more absentee ballots in 2019 than the last time all 140 seats in the General Assembly were on the ballot.
Volunteers knock on thousands of doors, urging voters to go blue in November.
Fairfax NAACP issues statement; Sean Perryman assumes presidency.
Town Hall Meeting with Sen. Boysko (D-33) and Del. Samirah (D-86).
Town Council votes down opposition.