Posted: 3:01 PM UVa Center for Politics’ latest documentary, “Out of Order”, wins an Emmy Award for Best Topical Documentary.
Posted: 11:31 AM IRS official in DC, involved in scrutiny of tea party groups, contradicts earlier claims
Updated: 7:02 PM The Electoral Board for the City of Charlottesville counted the final three provisional votes on Friday. Bob Fenwick had a total of 5 provisional votes and Wes Bellamy had none.
Updated: 5:30 PM Former Gov. Linwood Holton, a Republican. endorses Deomcrat Terry McAuliffe for governor.
Updated: 5:51 PM Election officials are still waiting on four residents to come in and verify their identity so that their ballots can be counted.
Updated: 5:27 PM Every voter has his or her Primary Day story, but few could have been prepared to get a lesson about just how much every vote counts.
Updated: 6:26 PM Officials have been looking at provisional ballots in order to break the tie between Fenwick and Bellamy.
Updated: 3:01 PM Election officials say there is currently no change to the vote total for the tie between Bob Fenwick and Wes Bellamy.
Updated: 5:33 PM Tareq Salahi will not be on the ballot for Virginia's gubernatorial election, but that doesn't mean you can't vote for him.
Updated: 5:12 PM Voter turnout could be a concern for Virginia's Democratic Primary.
Updated: 5:12 PM Democrats in Charlottesville have a lot to decide on Tuesday. The city's primary ballot has more candidates on it than any other in the state.
Posted: 1:44 PM Vice President Joe Biden will headline this month's Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, the major annual fundraising gala for Virginia's Democratic Party.
Updated: 3:48 PM With just days to go until the Democratic primary, city council candidates continue their campaigning for the two seats up for grabs.
Posted: 4:44 PM The State Board of Elections has fined lieutenant governor candidate E.W. Jackson for waiting too late to disclose a $25,000 loan to his campaign.
Updated: 5:31 PM Charlottesville is testing its voting systems, to make sure they are ready for the Democratic Primary next week.
Updated: 5:32 PM First Lady Michelle Obama campaigns for Democrat Terry McAuliffe in his bid to become Virginia's next governor.
Posted: 5:41 PM Many residents in Scottsville say they are pleasantly surprised that Albemarle County Supervisor Chris Dumler has decided to resign, but they are surprised about the timing.
Updated: 6:09 PM A candidate for Charlottesville Commonwealth's Attorney, Steve Deaton, is speaking out about rights restoration for violent felons.
Updated: 5:29 PM Newly released emails show that Gov. McDonnell attended an event at the Executive Mansion to promote a new product from a campaign donor despite concerns from top aides.
Updated: 12:25 PM Absentee voting is underway for the June 11 Democratic Primary.
Updated: 12:03 PM Many people in Scottsville are upset about Judge Cheryl Higgins' decision to allow Chris Dumler to continue serving on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors.
Posted: 2:34 PM A committee appointed by Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli suggests designating a state agency to help the governor restore felons' voting rights.
Updated: 5:22 PM Del. Toscano and local Democratic Chair Nix talk about Atty. Gen. Cuccinelli's attack on public pools in his recent book.
Updated: 5:21 PM Va. judge sets December trial date for politically connected company's tax dispute
Updated: 5:30 PM An opinion piece in the Richmond Times-Dispatch says Cuccinelli should resign as Attorney General while running to be governor.
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