MORE: Delegate David Ramadan won’t seek re-election
State Del. David Ramadan announced April 15 he will not seek re-election in November 2015. He served two terms representing the 87th District that spans portions of Loudoun and Prince William counties. Facebook/David Ramadan
Wed., Apr. 15 | 10:31 AM - Ramadan, who represents portions of Sterling, Dulles and South Riding and south into Prince William County, announced his decision today on the House floor in Richmond.
UPDATE: Chapman, Noble dodge mud in Loudoun forum
Incumbent Sheriff Mike Chapman, accompanied by moderator Del. Randy Minchew (R-10th) faced off Monday at a forum sponsored by the Loudoun County Republican Women’s Club. Times-Mirror/Crystal Owens
Tue., Apr. 14 | 05:25 PM - The candidates vying for the Republican nomination for Loudoun sheriff faced off Monday in what could be described as a night of mud dodging.
Budget overview: Supervisors set to finalize fiscal 2016 spending plan Wednesday
Tue., Mar. 31 | 02:26 PM - For the first time in more than a decade, the board's majority has committed to allocating enough local funds to fully fund the LCPS' adopted $982 million budget.
Congressman Frank Wolf left indelible mark on region
First elected to the House in 1980, Congressman Frank Wolf will pass the baton to Barbara Comstock Tuesday. Times-Mirror Photo
Mon., Jan. 5 | 12:09 PM - Wolf earned a tremendous amount of respect from colleagues on both sides of the aisle as someone who is both principled and willing to break with his party when he thought it was in the best interest of his constituents.
Virginia lawmakers approve $100 per year gift cap
Sun., Apr. 19 | 11:00 AM - Virginia lawmakers passed new gift limits Friday that will make it much more difficult for them to be wined and dined by deep-pocketed lobbyists.
Report: Transparency amiss in Virginia’s General Assembly
Wed., Apr. 15 | 02:52 PM - According to the analysis, 76 percent of House of Delegates bills and resolutions killed in committee or subcommittee were done so without a recorded vote or any vote at all.
Bob McDonnell: Favors were routine courtesies, not bribery
Mon., Apr. 13 | 08:36 AM - Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell made his final written plea to a federal appeals court last week, arguing that the favors he did for a wealthy businessman were routine courtesies and not part of a bribery scheme.
Chairman York endorses Sheriff Chapman in run-up to Loudoun GOP primary
Fri., Apr. 10 | 04:32 PM - Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York (R-At Large) today announced his endorsement of incumbent Sheriff Mike Chapman in the May 2 Republican primary.
Virginia Tech Marion duPont Scott Medical Center resident given $15,000 development award
Fri., Apr. 10 | 11:34 AM - An equine surgery resident at Leesburg's Virginia Tech dePont Medical Center is the first recipient of the Elaine Klein Development Award.
General Assembly to review McAuliffe’s vetoes, amendments April 15
Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) has been relatively cooperative with his Republican counterparts in Richmond lately. Times-Mirror File Photo
Thu., Apr. 9 | 01:12 PM - The Virginia General Assembly will be back in session next week to reconsider a handful of bills that Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) vetoed or amended over the past month.
Loudoun Democratic sheriff nominee filed 25 lawsuits since 1989
Thu., Apr. 9 | 07:00 AM - The Democratic nominee for Loudoun sheriff has filed at least 25 civil lawsuits in multiple states and counties since 1989.
Herring files brief in support of Obama immigration plan
Tue., Apr. 7 | 11:20 PM - Virginia Attorney General Mark R. Herring has filed a friend-of-the-court brief in support of the government's bid to end a judge's roadblock of the Obama administration's immigration plan.
Email: McAuliffe rebuffed interviews by federal agents
Sat., Apr. 4 | 08:34 AM - Democratic Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's office rebuffed interview requests with a federal agent investigating the U.S. government's investor visa program, according to an email obtained by The Associated Press.
Eugene Delgaudio likens Sheriff Chapman to Saddam Hussein
Fri., Apr. 3 | 03:35 PM - Loudoun Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling) continued his PR campaign against incumbent Sheriff Mike Chapman (R) Thursday in typical Delgaudio fashion -- by tying together Chapman and former Iraq dictator Saddam Hussein.
2016: Loudoun Dems ‘Ready for Hillary,’ local GOP in ‘listening mode’
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers farewell remarks to State Department employees in 2013. State Department/Michael Gross
Fri., Apr. 3 | 12:06 PM - As local residents have come to realize through recent statewide elections, Loudoun is arguably the most critical swing county in our crucial commonwealth.