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Virginia Politics Blog: November 14, 2010 - November 20, 2010

UPDATED: Virginia GOP chooses primary over convention for 2012 senate race

Virginia's Republican Party decided Saturday to hold a primary to nominate its candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2012, not a convention.

By Rosalind S. Helderman  | November 20, 2010; 8:05 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (3)
Categories:  Bill Bolling, Bob Marshall, Corey Stewart, Election 2012, George F. Allen, James Gilmore III, James Webb, Ken Cuccinelli, Robert F. McDonnell, Rosalind Helderman, U.S. Senate  
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Democrat Mumpower enters race to succeed Griffith in House

Democrat Ginger Mumpower, who served on the Radford City Council and owns a jewelry business, will run to replace Del. Morgan Griffith (R), who was elected to Congress this month, said Brian Coy, a spokesman for the Democratic Party of Virginia.

By Anita Kumar  | November 19, 2010; 4:51 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, House of Delegates  
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Will Steven Spielberg film Lincoln movie in Virginia?

A day after we told you Steven Spielberg was meeting with Virginia film officials in Richmond, the film director announced his long-anticipated Abraham Lincoln biopic would focus on the road to abolition and the end of the Civil War.

By Anita Kumar  | November 19, 2010; 3:49 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
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Democrats hit McDonnell on travel; McDonnell hits back

Virginia Democrats criticized Gov. Bob McDonnell today or his election Thursday as vice chairman of the Republican Governors Associatio

By Anita Kumar  | November 19, 2010; 2:55 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Robert F. McDonnell, Timothy M. Kaine  
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Another Va. Republican mulls 2012 U.S. Senate bid

As Republican activists decide this weekend whether their party's 2012 U.S. Senate nominee should be chosen by primary or convention, we hear another candidate is considering jumping into the race.

By Anita Kumar  | November 19, 2010; 10:30 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Bill Bolling, Corey Stewart, Election 2012, George F. Allen, James Webb, Robert F. McDonnell, U.S. Senate  
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Steven Spielberg lunches with Va. film officials in Richmond

Superstar film director Steven Spielberg was spotted lunching with Rita McClenny, director of the Virginia Film Office, and Andy Edmunds, the office's location manager at Millie's in Richmond, several customers and restaurant workers confirmed.

By Anita Kumar  | November 18, 2010; 5:44 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
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DOD cooperating in Mark Center plans, official says

The Department of Defense team handling the relocation of 6,400 employees to the Mark Center is cooperating fully with the federal independent engineering assessment being conducted by an outside firm for the Defense Department's Inspector General, said Jim Turkel, director of the Belvoir Integration Office for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. "We look forward to their findings," Turkel said Wednesday night after a BRAC-133 advisory group meeting in Alexandria. "This is the most open process I've been involved in (my) 38 years in government," he added. Turkel said the state transportation recommendations for short- and mid-term solutions to the I-395, Seminary Road and Beauregard corridors are positive steps towards improving traffic in the area. He said his team is still working with the city and state to solve outstanding issues, such as funding for traffic improvements. He said by working through the issues the building can open as...

By Christy Goodman  | November 18, 2010; 5:43 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
 
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McDonnell elected vice chairman of the Republican Governors Association

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell was elected vice chairman of the Republican Governors Association at the organization's annual conference in San Diego. "The solutions necessary to bring our nation out of this tough economy and into a new period of prosperity and achievement will be crafted, debated and implemented in our state capitols,'' McDonnell said in a statement. "That is why the work of the RGA is so critically important. Good politics makes good policy, and the RGA combines effective practical politics with innovative and visionary policy development." His friend, Gov. Rick Perry of Texas, who just won reelection, was tapped as chairman. The rest of the executive committee will be: Gala Chairman -- Gov. Bobby Jindal (La.) Recruitment Chairwoman -- Gov. Nikki Haley (S.C.) Gov. Susana Martinez (N.M.), at-large Gov. Chris Christie (N.J.), at-large...

By Anita Kumar  | November 18, 2010; 4:55 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Robert F. McDonnell  
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Webb releases Pentagon holds, suggests AFRICOM move to Norfolk

Sen. James Webb (D-Va.) announced Thursday that he was releasing his hold on all pending Defense Department nominations, three weeks after he said he would block all of them until he received more information about the Pentagon's proposed closure of the Norfolk-based Joint Forces Command.

By Ben Pershing  | November 18, 2010; 4:13 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
Categories:  Ben Pershing, James Webb  
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Could Tom Perriello run for Senate?

Will Tom Perriello be on the ballot again in 2012? That's a question to ponder in Virginia, two weeks after the freshman Democrat lost his reelection bid in the 5th congressional district to state Sen. Robert Hurt (R).

By Ben Pershing  | November 18, 2010; 3:43 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (12)
Categories:  Ben Pershing, Election 2012, George F. Allen, James Webb, Tom Perriello, U.S. Senate  
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Prince William wants jurisdictions to follow its lead on immigration

Prince William County supervisors are calling on other localities in the Commonwealth to follow their lead and adopt an immigration policy similar to the one they put in place nearly three years ago. With a vote of 6 to 2, supervisors approved a policy statement Tuesday that states the county has implemented an "effective" immigration policy and given its "successful implementation," it is something that should be used by all law enforcement agencies across the Commonwealth. The statement was approved as part of the board's legislative agenda. Supervisors Frank J. Principi (D-Woodbridge) and Martin E. Nohe (R-Coles) cast the dissenting votes, questioning if the board was suggesting or requiring jurisdictions to participate in immigration reform. "This sounds like an unfunded mandate and I know we don't appreciate unfunded mandates," Principi said. "Our policy costs millions of dollars to implement and if that's the case, I'm not sure I want to...

By Jennifer Buske  | November 18, 2010; 2:48 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Corey Stewart, Immigration, Prince William  
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Cuccinelli and Spitzer argue over federal health care bill

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) and Eliot Spitzer, former Democratic New York attorney general and governor, engaged in several feisty exchanges about the federal health-care law on TV last night. They interrupted each other repeatedly as Cuccinelli defended Virginia's constitutional challenge to the federal health-care law on the CNN show Spitzer co-hosts with conservative journalist Kathleen Parker. Check out the full clip below:...

By Anita Kumar  | November 18, 2010; 2:30 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Ken Cuccinelli  
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McDonnell, Va. congressional delegation to meet with Gates on proposed defense cuts

Gov. Bob McDonnell and members of Virginia's congressional delegation will finally meet with U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates about proposed defense cuts, including the recommended closure of the Joint Forces Command, a military installation employing more than 6,000 in Hampton Roads. Joining McDonnell Tuesday morning will be former U.S. Rep. Tom Davis, who chairs the Governor's Commission on Military and National Security Facilities, and Terrie Suit, assistant to the governor for commonwealth preparedness. McDonnell (R) has been requesting a meeting for months, but with little success. Instead, he and members of the congressional delegation held a breakfast meeting Sept. 28 at the Pentagon with Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn and Gen. James E. Cartwright, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. "The governor is looking forward to Tuesday's meeting,'' McDonnell spokeswoman Taylor Thornley said. "It is an opportunity to speak directly to the Secretary of Defense about the importance...

By Anita Kumar  | November 18, 2010; 11:55 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, James Webb, Mark Warner, Robert F. McDonnell, Thomas M. Davis III  
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Va. helps create 156 new Fairfax jobs

Gov. Bob McDonnell's rolling job-o-meter clicked up a few more notches with the announcement from his staff Wednesday that Virginia would help an IT consulting firm create 156 new jobs in Fairfax County. Acumen Solutions, which is headquartered in Vienna, said it plans to invest $2.35 million to expand operations. "Business dictated that we needed to expand," said Donita Prakash, a spokeswoman for the firm. The state stepped in to make sure the jobs were created in the Commonwealth through a job-training and recruiting program subsidized with about $120,000, leveraging about $15 million in new Northern Virginia salaries, she said....

By Fredrick Kunkle  | November 18, 2010; 9:38 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Fairfax County, Fredrick Kunkle, Robert F. McDonnell  
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Updated: McDonnell welcomes proposed state seats on Metro board; Moran, Connolly are opposed

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell Wednesday applauded the results of a new report that recommends Virginia, Maryland and the District be given greater oversight of Metro and seats on its board of directors. "We believe the current governance structure has contributed to a decline in Metro's performance and safety record,'' McDonnell said in a statement. "The findings of the Task Force are in agreement and support increased Virginia representation on the Board, as well as improved accountability and organization, as integral to improving the system." McDonnell (R) has long advocated for two state seats on Metro's board of directors, but has been thwarted by the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, which has wanted local officials to maintain control. Updated, 4:45 p.m. Northern Virginia Democratic Reps. Jim Moran and Gerry Connolly issued a joint statement opposing state representation on the board. "We are concerned that changes in the WMATA board structure could dilute...

By Anita Kumar  | November 17, 2010; 3:39 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (3)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Robert F. McDonnell  
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Defense Department to investigate Mark Center move

Christy Goodman reports on the Dr. Gridlock blog that the Defense Department Inspector General's office is investigating the plan to move 6,400 defense employees to the Mark Center, at I-395 and Seminary Road in Alexandria, according to U.S. Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.). "This is potentially the worst transportation crisis in Northern Virginia," Moran said Wednesday. "It is worse than construction of HOT lanes and Dulles rail combined if this takes place without adequate mitigation measures. It will basically halt traffic on I-395 and Seminary Road during rush hour." The investigation, which is being conducted by an outside party, since the inspector general's office is slated to move to the new building, will examine why no comprehensive impact analysis was conducted for the site and how the Army Corps of Engineers concluded that there would be no significant traffic impact, Moran said. Read the entire post at Dr. Gridlock....

By Washington Post Editors  | November 17, 2010; 2:37 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
Categories:  Alexandria, Christy Goodman, James P. Moran Jr., Transportation  
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Prince William wants feds' information on illegal immigrant charged in nun's death

Prince William County has sent a freedom of information act request to federal officials seeking information related to the investigation into Carlos A. Martinelly-Montano, an illegal immigrant who is charged with killing a nun and injuring two others in August while allegedly driving drunk. The Prince William Board of County Supervisors is requesting copies of all reports the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement division have related to their investigation into why Martinelly-Montano remained in the United States despite having two previous drunk driving convictions. Martinelly-Montano, 23, entered the United States illegally at the age of 8 and was awaiting a deportation hearing when the vehicle he was driving struck a car carrying three nuns in Bristow. Sister Denise Mosier, 66 who was heading to a retreat at the Benedictine Sisters monastery, was killed....

By Jennifer Buske  | November 17, 2010; 1:00 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Immigration, Prince William  
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Two weeks after campaign win, Rigell to close auto dealership

Rep.-elect Scott Rigell (R-Va.) has acknowledged that he plans to close an auto dealership he owns in Chesapeake, two weeks after he beat Rep. Glenn Nye (D) with a campaign message focused on his success at running a business and creating jobs.

By Ben Pershing  | November 17, 2010; 11:52 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  2010 Virginia Congressional Races, Ben Pershing, Election 2010, Glenn Nye, Scott Rigell  
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Veteran GOP lawmaker again seeks to legalize marijuana

Del. Harvey Morgan is at it again. The 80-year-old, bow tie-wearing Republican from Gloucester County has proposed decriminalizing marijuana for the second year in a row. Morgan has scaled back the bill and thinks he has a better chance of getting it through the General Assembly than he did last year -- even though his fellow lawmakers like to snicker about it. "It doesn't bother me at all,'' Morgan said. "They enjoy joking about it but once I get it through committee I think it will fly through the House."...

By Anita Kumar  | November 17, 2010; 11:36 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (3)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, House of Delegates  
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Hispanic population growth down in Prince William

Prince William County's Hispanic population growth now lags behind other jurisdictions, a study from the University of Virginia states. Released Tuesday by the university's Center for Survey Research, the study shows that from 2,000 and 6,000 immigrants, both legal and illegal, have left Prince William in the past few years. It also finds that illegal immigrants are committing only a small percent of the county's serious crimes, at about six percent.

By Jennifer Buske  | November 16, 2010; 5:20 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (6)
 
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Bolling opposes Cuccinelli's proposal for higher filing fees at state conventions

Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling opposes a proposal by Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli -- a fellow Republican and potential rival -- to dramatically raise filing fees for statewide candidates seeking the party's nomination at political conventions. In a letter to the Republican Party of Virginia's governing board Tuesday, Bolling said he fears the proposed changes would prevent people from getting involved, including young people, seniors, those in rural areas and people on fixed incomes. "After the recent electoral successes we have enjoyed, we should be reaching out to Tea Party activists and other new people who have become interested in politics to encourage them to participate in the process and join the Republican Party,'' he wrote. "I believe that these amendments could serve to push people away from the process and make our party appear closed, exclusive and restrictive, which is exactly the opposite message we should deliver." The Republican State...

By Anita Kumar  | November 16, 2010; 4:21 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Bill Bolling, Ken Cuccinelli  
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A fifth Republican enters race for Hurt's Senate seat

Pittsylvania County real estate appraiser Jerry Grubb is the fifth Republican to enter the race to replace state Sen. Robert Hurt, who was elected to Congress this month. Grubb has the backing of former state Sen. Charles Hawkins, who represented the district that comprises Franklin and Pittsylvania counties, part of Campbell County and Danville from 1992 until 2007. Republicans will choose their nominee, Hurt, on Nov. 23. Four other Republicans and a Democrat, Pittsylvania Board of Supervisors Chairman Henry Davis Jr., are also running. The Republicans are: Pittsylvania Republican Committee Chairwoman Brenda Bowman, Franklin County nonprofit president Melvin Adams Sr., Bill Stanley, a Franklin County lawyer and the Republican committee chairman in the 5th Congressional District, and Danville City Council member Fred Shanks, who owns a civil engineering, planning and surveying firm. Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) called two special elections for Jan. 11 so voters can elect replacements for Hurt...

By Anita Kumar  | November 16, 2010; 2:05 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, State Senate  
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McDonnell requests monthly calls with legislators

Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) wants to start holding monthly conference calls with state lawmakers in both parties in an effort to build closer ties with the legislature, the governor told Democrats in a call last week. McDonnell spoke to members of the House and Senate caucus Thursday evening, said Sen. Mary Margaret Whipple (D-Arlington), who chairs senate's Democratic caucus. She said McDonnell spoke briefly, asking that delegates and senators keep him informed about their top priorities for the upcoming legislative session. Then Eric Finkbeiner, McDonnell's chief policy adviser, came on the line with much the same message. "He was basically saying, 'it was good to work together last year, I hope we're going to work together this year. And my policy staff is available to you," Whipple said....

By Rosalind S. Helderman  | November 16, 2010; 11:28 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (2)
Categories:  General Assembly 2010, House of Delegates, Liquor privatization, Rosalind Helderman, State Senate  
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McDonnell calls special legislative elections for Jan. 11

Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) has officially called two special elections for Jan. 11 so voters in two districts can elect replacements for state Sen. Robert Hurt and Del. Morgan Griffith -- both of whom were elected to Congress this month. The state Board of Elections is expected to certify Hurt's and Griffith's wins Nov. 22. Griffith (R-Salem), who defeated Rep. Rick Boucher, and Hurt (R-Pittsylvania), who defeated Rep. Tom Perriello in the 5th district, will resign soon after. Their newly elected replacements will be sworn in immediately. The General Assembly begins its 46-day session Jan. 12. "In order to ensure that the citizens of these districts have full representation in the Virginia General Assembly session that is to convene on January 12, 2011, it is my intention to call for the special elections to be held on Tuesday, January 11, 2011,'' McDonnell said in a statement. As we told you...

By Anita Kumar  | November 15, 2010; 3:53 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  2010 Virginia Congressional Races, Anita Kumar, Election 2010, General Assembly 2010, House of Delegates, Robert F. McDonnell, State Senate  
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McDonnell spends the week in California, Colorado

Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) is spending the week out west. Monday and Tuesday, he is holding economic development meetings in California (though his office won't disclose with whom.) Tuesday through Friday, he'll be at the Republican Governors Association annual conference in San Diego. McDonnell and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, the two governors elected in 2009, will teach a new governors school on transition, said Phil Cox, McDonnell's senior political adviser. McDonnell will also give lectures on energy and how good policy equals good politics, give remarks at "A November to Remember" banquet and serve as master of ceremonies at the Southern governors luncheon, Cox said. He also plans to talk one-on-one with a number of newly elected governors....

By Anita Kumar  | November 15, 2010; 2:30 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Robert F. McDonnell  
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Updated: Cuccinelli: DMV can refuse work permit cards as proof of legal residency

The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is not required to accept federal work permit cards as proof of lawful presence in the United States for the purpose of issuing a driver's license, permit or special identification card, according to an opinion issued Monday by Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli. In September, the state said that federal work permit cards can no longer be used to prove someone's legal status when obtaining driver's licenses or identification cards in the state after a fatal crash involving a Benedictine nun and a Bolivian man, accused of drunk driving, who immigrated to the United States illegally. Carlos A. Martinelly-Montano, 23, is accused of swerving into the path of a vehicle carrying Sister Denise Mosier, 66, and two other nuns on their way to a retreat in Prince William County on Aug. 1. Martinelly-Montano, who had entered the United States illegally at age 8 with his...

By Anita Kumar  | November 15, 2010; 12:01 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (4)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Ken Cuccinelli  
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Republicans will select nominees for legislative elections Nov. 23

Republicans will chose their nominees to replace state Sen. Robert Hurt and Del. Morgan Griffith--both of whom were elected to Congress,--on Nov. 23. Voters will cast ballots in firehouse primaries. Already, four Republicans and a Democrat -- Pittsylvania Board of Supervisors Chairman Henry Davis Jr. -- are running to fill the seat vacated by Hurt. The Republicans are: Pittsylvania Republican Committee Chairwoman Brenda Bowman, Franklin County nonprofit president Melvin Adams Sr., Bill Stanley, a Franklin County lawyer and the Republican committee chairman in the 5th Congressional District and Danville City Council member Fred Shanks, who owns a civil engineering, planning and surveying firm. Voters from the district will cast ballots in Danville, Franklin, Campbell and Pittsylvania....

By Anita Kumar  | November 15, 2010; 10:45 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Anita Kumar, House of Delegates, Morgan Griffith, Robert Hurt, State Senate  
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