Under current Virginia law, governors can only serve one consecutive term in office. Some lawmakers believe that is holding the Commonwealth back, and are renewing a push for a change.
Former U.S. Rep. Tom Perriello (D-Va.) gives Kojo and Tom an inside look at Democratic politics in the commonwealth and around the country.
We connect with a Republican angling to be Virginia's next lieutenant governor and three Democrats competing for an at-large seat on the D.C. Council.
Outgoing Virginia Democratic Party Chairman Brian Moran and D.C. Council Member Kenyan McDuffie (D-Ward 5) join us in the studio.
National Journal Hotline's Reid Wilson breaks down the predicted Virginia governors' race after the announcement from Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling that he will not seek the GOP nomination for the seat.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling has decided not to seek the Republican Party's nomination for governor of the state in 2013, but he left the door open to run as an independent candidate.
Sen. Mark Warner announced Tuesday that he would be finishing the job he signed up for in the Senate, which The Hill's Alex Bolton says changes the dynamics of the race for Virginia governor in 2013.
Virginia Sen. Mark Warner will not run as a Democratic candidate for
governor in 2013, saying in a statement Tuesday that he wants to stay in
Virginia Congressman Gerry Connolly and Sen. Mark Warner are proposing federal legislation to address the prohibitively long lines that snarled the commonwealth and other states on Election Day.
Virginia Sen. Mark Warner has not announced any intention to run for governor in the Commonwealth, but a Quinnipiac Poll shows he is strongly favored over the competition.
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