Updated: 5:23 PM The newly-selected Republican nominees for governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general are touring the state, and they came to speak to supporters in Albemarle County on Tuesday.
Updated: 11:54 AM A judge will decide on Monday if Albemarle County supervisor Chris Dumler can stay in his post. Dumler will be in court to fight a petition filed earlier this year with 580 signatures pushing to oust him from office. Dumler pleaded guilty to a sex charge in January.
Posted: 10:32 PM Virginia Republicans have chosen firebrand conservative minister E.W. Jackson's for lieutenant governor, the first black candidate the party has nominated for statewide office since 1988.
Posted: 3:42 PM A few dozen reproductive rights activists clad in pink T-shirts quietly picketed alongside Democrats in the rain outside the Virginia Republican Convention that nominated anti-abortion Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli for governor.
Posted: 5:44 PM A former University of Virginia professor endorsed a candidate for attorney general Monday while also taking stabs at the man currently in the post. Michael Mann calls Ken Cuccinelli's lawsuit against him an assault on the scientific establishment.
Updated: 11:24 AM A Fluvanna County man formally announced his run Saturday morning for the board of supervisors. Tony O'Brien announced his candidacy for the Rivanna District seat on the board at the Lake Monticello clubhouse.