Virginia voters re-elected Democrat Tim Kaine on Tuesday by a wide margin, sending the former vice presidential hopeful back to the U.S. Senate for a second term.
Sen. Tim Kaine on Thursday kicked off a four-day swing through the state, picking up current and former statewide Virginia Democrats — including former governor Terry McAuliffe — along the way… Read more
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine and Republican challenger Corey Stewart spent the third and final debate of Virginia’s Senate race clashing repeatedly over how to respond to sexual misconduct claims again… Read more
Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine and Republican Corey Stewart will meet for their third and final debate tonight. Read more
Del. Ben Cline retained Virginia’s 6th District seat in Congress for Republicans on Tuesday, easily defeating Democrat Jennifer Lewis as dramatic battles for congressional seats occurred acros… Read more
AFTON — Republican Denver Riggleman handily defeated Democrat Leslie Cockburn as the GOP was able to maintain control of Virginia’s 5th Congressional District in Tuesday’s election. Read more
Republican Morgan Griffith walked to an easy fifth term in Virginia’s 9th Congressional District on Tuesday, handily vanquishing Democrat Anthony Flaccavento. Read more
With a win in the 8th District special election, Joe McNamara helped Republicans to maintain their majority in the Virginia House of Delegates.
With the balance of power in the Virginia House of Delegates at stake, Tuesday’s special election to fill the 8th District seat pits a longtime Roanoke County Board of Supervisors member again… Read more
Democrat Anthony Flaccavento raised more than twice as much in campaign fundraising as Republican Rep. Morgan Griffith in the 9th Congressional District race during the most recent reporting period. Read more
Republican Joe McNamara outpaced Democrat Carter Turner in the first round of fundraising in the race to fill the vacant seat in the House of Delegates. Read more
A guide to what to watch as results come in Tuesday night: Read more
When 82-year-old Gracie Lou Phillips returned from early voting last week in North Texas, she "danced a little jig" around her walker, then sat down and raised her fists into the air, her family said. Read more
In an election season marked by anger and bitterness, by accusations of treason and vote suppression, by racism and fearmongering and pipe bombs and the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in the nation's history, some people have acted decently toward one another. Read more