Early voting is underway in Virginia. As of September 30, 2020, there were 1,286,314 early ballots cast and mailed applications, according to The Virginia Public Access Project. Register to vote, check voter status or local registration office location at the Virginia Department of Elections. Today, Doug Emhoff, the husband of VP candidate Senator Kamala Harris, […]
Protestors will not let up on a call to defund the Richmond Police Department. 8News reports that a group blocked Marshall Street outside City Hall last night, urging an end to police violence. Someone spray-painted ‘Defund RPD’ along the street. What does “defund the police” mean? It simply means to reallocate or redirect funding away […]
A Hanover County middle school is planning to reopen for students on September 15. Liberty Middle School administrators decided to shutdown the middle school last week after three staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Custodians have completed a deep-cleaning of the buildings. According to the school’s website in-person instruction will begin at Liberty Tuesday. […]
If I died, who would care? I felt that way early on in my career. How did I make it through? A village of people who prayed with me and for me. They talked to me daily until I realized that my life matters. There are people suffering silently so check up on your family, […]
If you have lost your right to vote, serve on a jury, become a notary public or run for public office do to a felony conviction -start the process for restoration of rights. Check your eligibility below and submit a request to have your civil rights processed through the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office. […]
KEY DATES FOR NOVEMBER 3, 2020 GENERAL ELECTION Friday, September 18, 2020: Early voting begins. Registrars will begin mailing ballots to eligible voters who applied for their ballots online, by mail or fax. You can also visit your local registrar’s office or satellite voting location to cast your ballot. Tuesday, October 13, 2020: […]
Virginia Voters! First of all, the General Election on Tuesday, November 3, 2020 is now a state holiday. And, you have options to vote early or on November 3. Early Voting or Absentee voting begins Friday, September 18, 2020 and ends October 31, 2020. You have options to vote early in-person or by mail.
Virginia has re-opened slightly and my team wants to make sure our front line workers, under resourced communities and the elderly have the proper protective wear in public. A team of concerned small business owners and two non-profit organizations have come together to help our most vulnerable communities stop the dreaded spread of Coronavirus. The […]
This is a great day to be alive in the midst of a global pandemic. If you’re reading the message then this is a great day. Thousands have died daily from the dreaded Coronavirus, but you are HERE. Make this a day of gratitude and not a bad attitude because you want the old ‘life’ […]
Protesters against Governor Ralph Northam’s stay-at-home order are gathering in Richmond today. Northam announced that phase one of reopening Virginia after the Coronavirus pandemic will begin late next week. However, some protesters want the state to open now and not wait until next week. ReOpen Virginia and organizations like it in other states are supportive […]
The number of Coronavirus confirmed cases is now over 20-thousand in the commonwealth. The Virginia Department of Health released the report on Tuesday including over 700 deaths. More than 22-thousand cases have been reported in the Richmond area. If you must leave home for essentials, please wear masks or facial coverings and gloves to protect […]
The Virginia Coronavirus Fraud Task Force is urging residents of the commonwealth to be on the lookout for economic impact payment scammers.