At a roundtable discussion in Leesburg Tuesday, veterans urged Democratic nominee for governor Terry McAuliffe to support former service members in the areas of employment, education, tax relief and aiding spouses of veterans.
With the expansion of Advanced Child Tax Credit payments, Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.-10th) hosted a virtual roundtable last week discussing the impacts for families in her district that includes Loudoun County.
Republican nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin shared his education agenda with more than 100 supporters at the Loudoun County Public Schools Administration Building in Ashburn Wednesday night.
Nonprofit organizer Irene Shin unseated incumbent Ibraheem Samirah on Tuesday, winning by three percentage points to earn the Democratic nomination for Virginia’s 86th House District seat.
Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe received more than 60 percent of the votes in Loudoun County on Tuesday, as Democrats headed to the polls to choose their party’s nominee for governor and other down-ballot races.
The Loudoun County Office of Elections will welcome Democrat voters on Tuesday for the June 8 Gubernatorial Primary with polls open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
State Del. Dave LaRock (R-33rd) was ordered by Judge Robert A. Pustilnik to pay $50 on Thursday after he was found guilty of two counts of pulling down a fence or leaving his neighbor’s gate open last year.
The Middleburg Town Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to move its elections from even-numbered years to odd-numbered years, avoiding coinciding with future federal election cycles.
Loudoun County School Board member John Beatty (Catoctin District) has announced he is running as a Republican for the 10th Congressional District of Virginia in the U.S. House of Representatives, according to a Friday night announcement.
About two dozen Loudoun residents marched from Sterling Plaza to Sterling Middle School Saturday afternoon to draw attention to the high cost of housing and to pressure elected officials to develop policies to address the lack of affordable housing in the county.
United States Sens. Tim Kaine (D-VA), Mark R. Warner (D-VA), Jerry Moran (R-KS) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA) introduced Thursday the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act 2.0, which would provide additional funding for childhood cancer research.
The Town of Round Hill will — beginning with this year — change when its elections are held, moving from even-numbered years to odd-numbered years, avoiding coinciding with future federal election cycles.
Virginia’s General Assembly recently concluded two sessions, passing measures to legalize recreational marijuana and establish COVID-19 relief efforts.
Democrat Irene Shin, a nonprofit organizer from Herndon, has announced she is running for the 86th House of Delegates seat currently held by Del. Ibraheem Samirah (D).
The Virginia General Assembly has passed legislation mandating that city and town elections move from May to November, beginning with elections held after Jan. 1, 2022.
Former Leesburg Planning Commissioner Nick Clemente will be seeking the Republican nomination for the 10th District House of Delegates seat that is held Del. Wendy Gooditis (D).
The House of Delegates on Friday passed HB 2104 with a vote of 90-9. One lawmaker was absent. The bill now moves on to the Senate.
Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.-10th) has introduced her first bill of her second term with the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act 2.0 — named in honor of Gabriella Miller, a Loudoun County girl who was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor and passed away in 2013 at age 10.
The Census Bureau’s missed deadlines could be a boon for Virginia Republicans but a bust for the New Jersey GOP — and the reverse for Democrats — as the only two states with legislative elections this year do so without the data they need to draw new boundaries.
The Virginia Senate will soon vote on a bill aimed at amending how the 14-mile Dulles Greenway is regulated. The Senate received the bill only days after its companion bill was sent to the House of Delegates.
The Virginia General Assembly is close to mandating that city and town elections move from May to November, beginning with elections held after Jan. 1, 2022.