Democrats Prevail “We made history tonight,” exclaimed Governor Tim Kaine on Tuesday night as Democrats regained a majority in the state Senate.
Election Day 2007 is relegated to the pages of history, and what a history was written on November 6! The Virginia State Senate is now in Democratic hands, with State Senator Dick Saslaw, whose district includes 16 precincts in Mason District, the new Majority Leader in the State Senate. Does […]
Last Tuesday night, I made my annual trek to the place where Democrats gather to find out what is happening to them after the polls close. In the 40 years since I have been involved in Arlington politics, they have been all over the place.
Last Saturday evening, we went out to the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center for the Eighth Congressional District’s Fifteenth Annual Kennedy-King Dinner.
There have been a number of articles recently that portray President Bush as someone who strayed from the path of true conservatism. Republicans, these articles say, need to return to their roots.
Virginia Governor Tim Kaine and former Governor and announced U.S. Senate candidate Mark Warner took the same stage in Arlington Tuesday beaming with optimism about their Democratic Party’s ability to gain a majority in the Virginia Senate in the November election, now just six weeks off.
Last week’s primaries changed the political landscape and raised the stakes in the November elections for the Senate of Virginia.
The One and Only I had the pleasure of being invited to a preview screening on Monday of the new film for PBS by Ken Burns called “The War.”
Governor Tim Kaine was back in town on Saturday. This is far from an unusual occurrence, since the governor seems to enjoy frequent visits to the jurisdiction that gave him one his highest margins of victory in the 2005 gubernatorial election.
Thursday, the new 110th Congress will be sworn in. Led by Speaker-elect Nancy Pelosi, the first woman Speaker in history, Democrats are poised to tackle a number of issues in the first 100 hours directly impacting the American people.