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Comstock votes with majority on House bill to alter Syrian refugee process

U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.-10th) joined the overwhelming majority of her House colleagues Thursday in a vote supporting stricter rules and oversight of Syrian refugees.

Leesburg-based makeup artist Victoria Stiles and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, a senator from Texas. Courtesy Photo

She’s back at it: Leesburg’s Stiles styles Ted Cruz

Makeup artist Victoria Stiles has styled many a celebrity, including Vice President Joe Biden (D), business mogul Richard Branson, NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson, the Washington Wizards' Bradley Beal, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and a dozen others.

After Paris, lawmakers divided on Syrian refugee placement

Two of Northern Virginia's congressional lawmakers are sharply at odds over how the U.S. should handle Syrian refugees following the gruesome terrorist attacks in Paris.

Supreme Court to look at GOP appeal over Virginia congressional map

The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear an appeal by Virginia Republicans who want the court to reinstate a congressional map drawn by state lawmakers.

Loudoun supervisors add three nonprofits to tax-exempt list

Loudoun's Board of Supervisors voted Thursday night to add three nonprofit organizations – the Faith and Family Foundation, Mobile Hope and Oatlands – to the list of groups exempt from paying county property taxes.

With Umstattd’s election, Leesburg will have a new mayor in early 2016

With Mayor Kristen Umstattd's election to the Board of Supervisors Nov. 3, Leesburg residents will have a new mayor for much of 2016.

Eugene Delgaudio lost the Nov. 3 election to Democrat Koran Saines by less than 200 votes. Facebook/Eugene Delgaudio

Eugene Delgaudio not ruling out a future bid for office

The outgoing supervisor chalks up his defeat to “robocalls from President Obama” and “his giant
coalition of unions, lobbies, money and the Washington media.”

McAuliffe: Veteran homelessness ‘functionally ended’ in Virginia

Virginia is the first state in the U.S. to “functionally end” veteran homelessness, Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) announced Wednesday.

Loudoun chair-elect Randall announces appointments—Turner, Sisley among them

Jeanine Arnett, currently the director of grassroots and advocacy at the American Osteopathic Association, will serve as the chairwoman's chief of staff.

State Sen. Black holds on to 13th District seat

Black defeated Democrat Jill McCabe, a pediatric surgeon and emergency room director at Inova Loudoun Hospital who was making her first political run.

Loudoun County Chairwoman-elect Phyllis Randall celebrates her upset of long-time incumbent Chairman Scott York in Tuesday’s elections. Times-Mirror/Beverly Denny

Phyllis Randall to be next Loudoun County chair; Eugene Delgaudio ousted

In commanding fashion, Democrat Phyllis Randall defeated incumbent Loudoun County Chairman Scott York Nov. 3 to become the first new chairperson of the Board of Supervisors in the 21st century.

Chapman re-elected to second term as Loudoun sheriff

In one of the most contentious election campaigns this year, incumbent Sheriff Michael Chapman (R) was re-elected to a second term in office Tuesday.

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Virginia Sen. Dick Black gets the John Oliver treatment

Popular HBO comedian and satirist John Oliver weighed in on a local Virginia Senate race Sunday night, touching on impact the Dick Black-Jill McCabe race could have on the future of Medicaid in Virginia.

MORE: GOP’s Estrada responds to Umstattd mailer and Army race claim

Loudoun Republicans are hitting back hard against a last-minute campaign mailer from Democratic supervisor candidate Kristen Umstattd, the mayor of Leesburg.

Three weighty issues in the Loudoun chairperson race

After months of intense politicking, barb-trading, voters' forums and candidate questionnaires, several clear contrasts have emerged among the four people hoping to lead Loudoun's Board of Supervisors for the next four years.
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