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Five candidates for Democratic nomination for Va. Governor to debate on TV April 6

The first televised Democratic gubernatorial debate hosted by the Democratic Party of Virginia will take place at Virginia State University and air live across the Commonwealth on Tuesday, April 6. All five candidates for governor will be participating and the debate will be moderated by CBS 6 anchor Bill Fitzgerald, joined by panelists Cheryl Miller and Barbara Ciara.

Campaign staff of Del. Lee Carter votes to unionize

The gubernatorial campaign staff of Del. Lee Carter (D-Manassas/PrWm) voted unanimously to unionize, a first in the history of Virginia gubernatorial campaigns. according to a news release.

Voter registation deadline extended to midnight Wednesday - Oct. 15

The U.S. District Court has ordered an extension to the voter registration deadline for the Nov. 3, 2020, General and Special Elections. Voters may continue to register through Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

Rep. Wittman joins lawsuit against voting by proxy

Questioning the constitutonality of voting by proxy,Congressman Rob Wittman (VA-01), who represents part of Prince William County, on May 27 joined the lawsuit being filed in D.C. Federal District Court challenging the constitutionality of H. RES 965, the House Democrat plan to vote by proxy.

PWC Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy announces bid for Governor of Virginia

“Growing up, my family faced challenges — many of the same challenges Virginians face today. Back then, I was taught by my grandmother ‘If you have it, you have to give it.’ I’m ready to give my all to Virginians — that’s why I’m running for governor."

GOP asks Northam not to leave Northern Va. behind

Five NOVA GOP leaders issued a joint statement Wednesday evening, calling on Governor Ralph Northam to include the region in Virginia's "Phase One" reopening.

Democrats nominate Del. Eileen Filler-Corn for Speaker of House of Delegates

In a history-making vote, Democratic Delegate Eileen Filler-Corn became the first woman to be nominated by her caucus to be Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates. She will also be the first Jewish Speaker.

New Neabsco Supervisor Victor Angry sworn into office with Ernestine Jenkins in attendance

Prince William County's newest supervisor, Victor S. Angry, was sworn in April 11 to fill the Neabsco District seat on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. Angry takes over the seat left vacant at the death of John D. Jenkins, who served on the board for 36 years before his death in February.

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote

1919 was a historic year when it came to ensuring women’s right to vote. On May 21, 1919, the House of Representatives passed what would become the 19th amendment, and two weeks later, the Senate followed sending the proposed amendment to the states for ratification. In just over a year’s time, three-fourths of the states ratified the amendment and the Secretary of State certified the ratification, forever ensuring women would have the right to vote.

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