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Welcome to Virginia Politics

Every year is an election year in Virginia, which may or may not be a good thing. However you might feel about it, here's a place to help you keep up with the Commonwealth's overcaffeinated political culture.

This will be your one-stop place to find coverage of Virginia politics. We'll provide an insight into the fall campaign, the Feb. 12 presidential primary and next year's U.S. Senate and congressional races. And when the Virginia General Assembly reconvenes in January, Virginia Politics will take you behind the scenes in Richmond.

We'll do our best to give you something you can't get anywhere else: an insight, a chuckle, a piece of information that helps you to make up your mind about a candidate. If politics is the art of the possible, we'll try to explore all of the possibilities in Virginia Politics. Our job is to inform, but also to provide a place for you to talk about issues. We welcome your thoughts, tips and ideas.

Virginia staff, The Washington Post

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I am happy immigration laws are being enforced at least in Virginia. I agree immigrants are hard workers but immigrants from Mexico, in particular, have an incredibly high percentage of child molestations. They have sex with their own young children and have raped and molested countless others' children. I worked in the court system in Los Angeles and have seen countless cases involving child rape. This is a part of the Mexican heritage and culture and should not be allowed to continue in North America. It is a genuine epidemic in Mexico, something that has not been recognized in the US but must be addressed when these people cross our borders.

Posted by: elanda | October 17, 2007 1:29 PM | Report abuse

Under the "Statewide Resources" column to the left, how about including links to the other active political parties in Virginia in addition to the Democratic and Republican parties? The Green Party, Libertarian Party, Constitution Party, and Independent Green Party come to mind.

Posted by: David Gaines | November 7, 2007 11:46 AM | Report abuse

I ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO VOTE FOR CHUCK BALDWIN OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL PARTY. HE WILL GET THE FENCE COMPLETED AND BRING RAMOS AND COMPIAN HOME WITH FULL PAY. IF YOU LIKE RON PAUL, YOU WILL LIKE CHUCK BALDWIN. HE IS NOT BACKED BY BIG BUSINESS OR THE ACLU.

THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY AND THE OTHERS ARE BACKED BY THE ACLU. THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY WANTS TO LEGALIZE DRUGS AND DON'T WANT THE BORDER FENCE UP.. ALSO VICE PRESIDENT ROOT IS A BUSIBESSASMAN IN VEGAS. WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU!!!!!!

Posted by: MEADOW | August 18, 2008 11:45 AM | Report abuse

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