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The Virginia General Assembly is now in session over the course of 60-days and legislators from around the Commonwealth of Virginia are in Richmond. Senators and Delegates will represent you so check in on them by taking an active role in the legislative process.  Some frequently asked questions “Who is my legislator?” “What bills are being introduced?” […]

The Virginia General Assembly is now in session over the course of 60-days and legislators from around the Commonwealth of Virginia are in Richmond. Senators and Delegates will represent you so check in on them by taking an active role in the legislative process.  Some frequently asked questions “Who is my legislator?” “What bills are being introduced?” […]

On Wednesday, January 10, legislators from around the Commonwealth of Virginia will head to Richmond for the 2018 session of the General Assembly. Senators and Delegates will represent you so check in on them by taking an active role in the legislative process.  Some frequently asked questions “Who is my legislator?” “What bills are being introduced?” Could […]

Citizens of Virginia, lawmakers have reached a budget deal which is one of the largest deals in history. What is included in the state budget? Pay raises for state employees, teachers, bump in pay for lawmakers, funds for education but no expansion of medicaid. Lawmakers in the House of Delegates and Senate have reached a […]

Always keeping an eye on the Virginia General Assembly. Have you checked on the lawmakers in the House of Delegates and Senate lately? Hundreds of bills have passed in both the House and Senate. The question is what percentage of those bills will be signed into law. The 2016 session is expected to end this […]

  Registered voters, I hope you plan to vote during the Presidential Primary on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Your vote is your voice, choice, right and power. The polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. If your teen will turn 18-years old on or before November 8, 2016, they can register to vote […]

  Unofficial Election Results, The GOP Dominates the General Assembly On Tuesday, eligible Virginia voters had the opportunity to balance the governing power in the Virginia General Assembly at the stroke of a vote. The people have spoken and Republicans will maintain their dominance in the House and Senate [66-34]. However, Delegate Jennifer McClellan (D), Delegate Betsy Carr […]

What is the Virginia General Assembly? On Wednesday, January 14, legislators from around the Commonwealth of Virginia will head to Richmond for the 2015 session of the General Assembly. Senators and Delegates will represent you so check in on them by taking an active role in the legislative process. Some frequently asked questions “Who is […]

Kevin J. Sullivan is the democratic candidate for the 74th district in the Virginia House of Delegates. Sullivan is challenged by incumbent (I) Delegate Joseph Morrissey and (R) Matt Walton. There has been much controversy centered around the race for the 74th district in print media.  Delegate Morrissey was asked to resign from the 74th […]

Could the conviction box  be excluded from state employment applications? Senator A. Donald McEachin championed SB250 “Ban the Box” a bill that would remove the felony conviction box on state employment applications. Senator McEachin said, ” I am very excited to move forward with this legislation that will give offenders an opportunity to receive an interview, explain their […]

Several Virginia lawmakers in the Senate and House of Delegates support year-round schools. The lawmakers will unveil their support today during a press conference at the State Capitol. Year-round schooling according to the JLARC Review has been demonstrated to improve student performance. Senator A. Donald McEachin (D-Henrico) joined Miss Community Clovia on the Tom Joyner Morning […]

There are two topics in life that most people want to keep private and they are “political party affiliation” and “religion.” Now, this is not the case at this year’s Virginia General Assembly. Delegate Mark Cole (R-Fredericksburg) has introduced HB55, a bill that would have registered voters  identify their political party affiliation on a voter registration application. […]