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Virginia Politics Blog Archive: Election 2008/President

McWaters's momentum in Va Beach senate race

In Virginia Beach's soon-to-be-vacated Senate seat, all the buzz in recent days has been about Jeff McWaters. The businessman vying for the Republican nomination in Saturday's firehouse primary received the backing of his hometown newspaper, the Virginian Pilot and the National Rifle Association. And now, Lt. Bill Bolling, has endorsed McWaters over fellow Republican Rosemary Wilson, who serves on the Virginia Beach City Council. The recently re-elected lieutenant governor has put his name on mailers, recorded a robo call for McWaters and cut a radio ad for him. In the GOP-leaning district where the Democrats have yet to field a candidate, Saturday's primary may be tantamount to winning the Jan. 12 special election to replace retiring Sen. Ken Stolle, who was elected Virginia Beach sheriff....

By Anita Kumar  |  December 3, 2009; 10:08 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
Categories:  Anita Kumar , Bill Bolling , Election 2008 , Election 2008/President , Election 2009 , General Assembly 2010 , State Senate  
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Palin's book tour comes to Virginia

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will travel to Virginia this weekend for the seventh stop of her national tour to promote her book, Going Rogue: An American Life. Palin, the 2008 vice presidential nominee, will appear at a Barnes & Noble in Roanoke at 10 a.m. Sunday -- the first Virginia stop on the much ballyhooed tour. She's expected in Fairfax County in a couple weeks. Check out the Post stories on Palin's first two stops in Michigan and Indiana where crowds lined up early to catch a glimpse of the possible presidential hopeful and get their books signed. The Roanoke Times reports that more than 1,000 people are expected to turn out. Local Republican officials are expected to attend, but no statewide officials. And yes, that includes Gov.-elect Bob McDonnell, who distanced himself from the controversial conservative figure during his campaign....

By Anita Kumar  |  November 21, 2009; 2:00 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (5)
Categories:  Anita Kumar , Election 2008/President , Sarah Palin  
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'Fairfax's Own' Pays Homage

Bob McDonnell's visit to a Fairfax County GOP breakfast pep rally yesterday was a homecoming of sorts. The Burke Fire Department hall was surrounded with those familiar "Fairfax's Own" signs, and the more than 300 activists getting pumped over coffee and pancakes were more than happy to claim him as their own. But the visit also offered an acknowledgement of the role the county has played this year in reviving Republican hopes after a morale-crushing few years in the once-red state. McDonnell, who leads Democrat R. Creigh Deeds in the polls, gave a particular shout-out to Fairfax supervisors Pat Herrity and John Cook, whose better-than-expected performances in a couple of elections (along with the success of Republican Frank Fannon and GOP-endorsed independent Alicia Hughes in Alexandria and a close House of Delegates special election in Arlington) helped create momentum for Virginia Republicans this year. ""Pat Herrity and John Cook, the...

By Sandhya Somashekhar  |  October 4, 2009; 11:18 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
Categories:  Barack Obama , Creigh Deeds , Election 2008/President , Fairfax County Board of Supervisors , Gerald E. Connolly , Robert F. McDonnell , Sandhya Somashekhar  
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Biden Fundraises for Virginia Democrats

Vice President Joe Biden spoke Thursday night at a fundraising reception at the home of former Virginia senator and governor Chuck Robb, for three freshman Virginia House Democrats facing tough re-election campaigns. Biden, speaking inside an open-air pool house inside Robb's McLean mansion, noted that two of the three Democrats in attendance - U.S. Reps. Glenn Nye and Tom Perriello - would face difficult challenges in their more traditionally conservative Virginia districts. "I don't have to tell you that you're in a very competitive state," he said. "You got some tough votes coming up." He noted that the third Virginia House Democrat - U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly, a former Fairfax County supervisor - had a "few liberals" in his left-leaning Northern Virginia district. He called the triumvirate "independent minded" and "damn competent," but united on several core Democratic Party themes, including energy policy and health care. "These guys are smart....

By Derek Kravitz  |  September 24, 2009; 9:25 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Derek Kravitz , Election 2008/President , Gerald E. Connolly  
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The Kitchen Table

Welcome to a new weekly feature on the Virginia politics blog called "The Kitchen Table," which we hope will bring you interesting and illuminating glimpses into the lives of those regular folks who probably don't read this blog but dutifully embrace their democratic responsibilities when called upon to do so. We're talking about voters. Our first installment takes us to the McLean Hilton, where President Obama made his first public appearance with Creigh Deeds (D) yesterday in support of the latter's run for governor. Earlier this week we told you about how some people's anxiety over Obama's domestic agenda could influence their vote for governor this fall, to Republican Bob McDonnell's advantage. But the 1,500 who showed up for yesterday's rally proved that Obama's blessing was still a major plus for a lot of voters. Some, like Bonnae Powers, 43, a human resources director from Fairfax, were drawn by a...

By Sandhya Somashekhar  |  August 7, 2009; 11:47 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  2009 Governor's Race , Barack Obama , Creigh Deeds , Election 2008/President , Robert F. McDonnell , Sandhya Somashekhar  
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Chopra to White House

Aneesh P. Chopra, Gov. Timothy M. Kaine's secretary of technology, will be named President Obama's information technology chief. Obama will make the announcement in his weekly radio address tomorrow, according to sources close to Kaine. Chopra had been under consideration for months for a job in the Obama administration, including technology chief at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Chopra had put in long hours in Washington helping Obama's transition team get him ready for his first day as president job Jan. 20. He was one of about 50 volunteers from across the nation serving on the transition's technology, innovation and government reform policy working group. Chopra did not return messages for comment today. Chopra, former managing director with the Advisory Board Company, a publicly-traded health care think tank serving nearly 2,500 hospitals and health systems, has considered running for office himself....

By Anita Kumar  |  April 17, 2009; 6:18 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Anita Kumar , Barack Obama , Election 2008/President , Timothy M. Kaine  
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Older Entries in This Category »

Obama Supporters To Canvass in Va, Anita Kumar , March 20, 2009
Frederick Asked to Resign , Anita Kumar , March 5, 2009
Chopra Volunteering for Obama, Anita Kumar , December 30, 2008
Evenly split in presidential race, Kristen Mack , November 4, 2008
Polls have closed, Kristen Mack , November 4, 2008
Big Va. Crowd Wraps Up Obama Campaign , Kristen Mack , November 3, 2008
Biden Makes One Last Stop in Va, Anita Kumar , November 3, 2008
Voters Warned to Check on Polling Place, Anita Kumar , November 3, 2008
The Final Push (Updated), Anita Kumar , November 2, 2008
NRA Runs Anti-Obama Ads in Va , Anita Kumar , November 2, 2008
Five-Hour Wait Today for Richmond Voters, Anne Bartlett , November 1, 2008
Groups Urge State Employees To Work at Polls, Tim Craig , October 31, 2008
Clinton Will Visit NoVa Sunday, Anita Kumar , October 31, 2008
Paltrow Cancels Va Appearances , Anita Kumar , October 30, 2008
Radio Ad in NoVa Blasts Obama, Anita Kumar , October 29, 2008
Drill, Baby, Drill, Anita Kumar , October 29, 2008
Wilder Asks Kaine to Extend Polling Hours, Anita Kumar , October 29, 2008
McCain, Palin Return to Va , Anita Kumar , October 29, 2008
Va's Single Women Encouraged to Vote, Anita Kumar , October 27, 2008
Kaine Hits the Road for Obama , Anita Kumar , October 27, 2008
Obama Returns to Va Tuesday, Anita Kumar , October 25, 2008
Counting Down to the Election , Anita Kumar , October 25, 2008
Obama Airs New Ad in Virginia, Anita Kumar , October 24, 2008
Giuliani, Forbes Campaign for McCain in Va, Anita Kumar , October 23, 2008
Palin, Biden Return to Virginia (Updated), Anita Kumar , October 22, 2008
Webb, Clyburn Hold Rallies for Obama, Anita Kumar , October 22, 2008
Warner Ads for Obama Begin Tonight, Anita Kumar , October 21, 2008
Surrogates Flock to Virginia (Updated), Anita Kumar , October 20, 2008
Real Virginia?, Anita Kumar , October 18, 2008
Precursor to the Gov's Race?, Anita Kumar , October 16, 2008
Va First Ladies Campaign for Obama, Anita Kumar , October 15, 2008
Obama Asks Va Democrats to Prepare Ads, Anita Kumar , October 14, 2008
Kaine, Allen Square Off in Debate, Anita Kumar , October 14, 2008
"Mine, Baby, Mine", Anita Kumar , October 13, 2008
Huge Crowds Expected for McCain, Palin on Monday, Anita Kumar , October 10, 2008
Military Leaders Hold Town Halls for Obama, Anita Kumar , October 9, 2008
Va Republicans Try to Boost Membership, Anita Kumar , October 8, 2008
Webb Hits the Campaign Trail, Anita Kumar , October 7, 2008
McCain, Palin Head to Virginia, Anita Kumar , October 6, 2008
McCain's Campaign Holds Events in Va Today, Anita Kumar , October 4, 2008
New Spanish Radio Ads Start in Virginia, Anita Kumar , October 2, 2008
Bluegrass Legend Releases Ad for Obama, Anita Kumar , October 2, 2008
Obama Will Campaign in Newport News , Anita Kumar , October 1, 2008
Obama Opens Up Lead in Va., Tim Craig , October 1, 2008
McCain Adds A Dozen New Offices in Va., Tim Craig , October 1, 2008
Obama Releases New Ad in Virginia, Anita Kumar , September 30, 2008
McCain Airs New Ad in Virginia, Anita Kumar , September 30, 2008
McCain Releases New Radio Ad in Virginia, Anita Kumar , September 29, 2008
Texas Congressman Campaigns for Obama, Anita Kumar , September 29, 2008
Virginia GOP Seizes on Obama Yard Sign Shortage, Tim Craig , September 25, 2008
ACLU to Police: Registration Drives Are Allowed, Anita Kumar , September 25, 2008
Obama, Biden Will Campaign in Va , Anita Kumar , September 24, 2008
Virginia GOP Begins Robo Calls, Tim Craig , September 23, 2008
Biden Campaigns in Prince William Today, Anita Kumar , September 23, 2008
Federal Response to Wall Street Scrutinized, Tim Craig , September 22, 2008
Kansas Gov Campaigns for Obama in Va, Anita Kumar , September 22, 2008
McCain Opens More Offices in Virginia, Anita Kumar , September 22, 2008
Kaine, Others Campaign for Obama This Weekend, Anita Kumar , September 17, 2008
Biden to Campaign in Loudoun, Anita Kumar , September 17, 2008
McCain Looks for Support Among Va Women, Anita Kumar , September 17, 2008
GOP Talks to Voters While Wilder Talks to God, Tim Craig , September 15, 2008
Michelle Obama Returns to Virginia, Anita Kumar , September 14, 2008
Poll Holds Good News for Obama, McCain in Va., Tim Craig , September 12, 2008
Video: Northern Virginia Voter Voices, Washington Post Editors , September 12, 2008
McCain Gets Into Organizing Game, Tim Craig , September 11, 2008
New Poll Shows McCain Leads Obama in Va, Anita Kumar , September 10, 2008
Palin Trip to Va Beach Will Be Rescheduled, Anita Kumar , September 10, 2008
Bluegrass Legend Ralph Stanley Endorses Obama , Anita Kumar , September 9, 2008
Obama Will Be in Norfolk Tomorrow, Tim Craig , September 9, 2008
Palin to Campaign in Virginia, Anita Kumar , September 6, 2008
Obama Heading to Southwest Virginia, Tim Craig , September 6, 2008
From the Floor: The Real Work Starts, Anne Bartlett , September 5, 2008
"Virginia is for McCain-Palin Lovers", Anita Kumar , September 4, 2008
VA Business Owner Speaks at Convention, Anita Kumar , September 4, 2008
Kaine Will Join Biden at Town Hall, Tim Craig , September 3, 2008
Obama, Biden Look For Votes in Prince William, Tim Craig , September 3, 2008
Virginians Sip Cocktails, Honor Pat Boone, Anita Kumar , September 3, 2008
Va. Resident Speaks at Convention, Anita Kumar , September 3, 2008
GOP Also Gives Va. Prime Seating, Anne Bartlett , September 2, 2008
Delegates Take Palin News In Stride, Anne Bartlett , September 1, 2008
Surrogates Talk Up McCain-Palin Ticket, Anita Kumar , September 1, 2008
Va. Delegates Party on Eve of Convention , Anita Kumar , September 1, 2008
Va. Delegates Take Schedule Changes in Stride, Anita Kumar , August 31, 2008
Virginia Delegates Get Ready for Convention, Anita Kumar , August 31, 2008
Virginia Republicans Praise Palin, Anita Kumar , August 29, 2008
Kaine Speaks at Convention Tonight, Anita Kumar , August 28, 2008
McCain Gets Support from Va Democrats, Anita Kumar , August 27, 2008
Drake to Speak at Republican Convention, Anita Kumar , August 26, 2008
Kaine Will Appear on The Daily Show, Anita Kumar , August 26, 2008
Webb Will Arrive in Denver Today, Tim Craig , August 25, 2008
Kaine's Big Audience, Tim Craig , August 24, 2008
Va Republicans Blast Biden, Anita Kumar , August 23, 2008
Kaine Responds to Obama's VP Pick, Anita Kumar , August 23, 2008
Virginia Democrats Target McCain's Wealth, Tim Craig , August 22, 2008
McDonnell Criticizes Obama , Anita Kumar , August 21, 2008
McCain's Bus Travels to Virginia , Anita Kumar , August 21, 2008
From the Floor: Meet Your Delegate, washingtonpost.com , August 21, 2008
Obama Airs New Ad in Virginia, Anita Kumar , August 20, 2008
GOP Finds Issue in Warner Speech, Tim Craig , August 20, 2008
Templeton Gives Va GOP $80,000, Tim Craig , August 17, 2008
Obama, Warner Set Southside Visit, Tim Craig , August 16, 2008
Straight Talk Express Stops in Va. Tomorrow, Tim Craig , August 13, 2008
Virginians Can Ask Questions in Denver, Anita Kumar , August 13, 2008
Bob Barr Campaigns for President in Va, Anita Kumar , August 12, 2008
Democrats' Bus Tour Heads to Va, Anita Kumar , August 12, 2008
Kal Penn Will Campaign for Obama in Va, Anita Kumar , August 11, 2008
Kaine Talks about Obama on "Face the Nation", Anita Kumar , August 11, 2008
McCain Airs New Ad in Virginia, Anita Kumar , August 10, 2008
DNC Targets Cantor and Other Possible VPs, Anita Kumar , August 7, 2008
More Than 1,000 Attend Obama Fundraiser, Anita Kumar , August 7, 2008
Kaine Appears on CNN for Obama, Anita Kumar , August 6, 2008
MCain Airs New TV Ad in Virginia, Anita Kumar , August 6, 2008
Michelle Obama to Speak to Military Spouses, Anita Kumar , August 5, 2008
Cantor Won't Talk About the VP Slot, Anita Kumar , August 4, 2008
Michelle Obama Will Visit Virginia, Anita Kumar , August 1, 2008
Democrats Open More Offices in Virginia, Anita Kumar , July 31, 2008
John McCain's Brother in Loudoun Tonight, Sandhya Somashekhar , July 30, 2008
McCain Unveils Virginia Leadership Team, Tim Craig , July 24, 2008
Coordinating Va Democrats: No Simple Task, Washington Post editors , July 23, 2008
Democrats Plot Aggressive Press Strategy, Anita Kumar , July 22, 2008
Obama Will Open 20 Offices in Virginia, Tim Craig , July 16, 2008
Campaign Finance Information, Tim Craig , July 15, 2008
No Plans Yet for Kaine Convention Speech, Tim Craig , July 10, 2008
Nader Vows to Get on Virginia Ballot, Tim Craig , July 10, 2008
AFL-CIO Targets McCain in Virginia, Tim Craig , July 9, 2008
McCain Campaign Gets Local Coverage, Tim Craig , July 7, 2008
Obama Returns to Virginia Next Week, Anita Kumar , July 4, 2008
McCain To Start Ads in Virginia, Anita Kumar , July 4, 2008
Kaine Lands Another $100,000 Plus Donor, Tim Craig , July 2, 2008
Obama Adds to Virginia Staff, Tim Craig , June 27, 2008
Virginia GOP Has New Director, Tim Craig , June 27, 2008
Thompson Raises Money for McDonnell, Anita Kumar , June 27, 2008
Mark Warner Opposes Higher Gas Tax, Tim Craig , June 24, 2008
Virginia Republican Party Needs Money, Tim Craig , June 23, 2008
Obama Goes Up on Air in Virginia, Tim Craig , June 19, 2008
Organizers Coming to a Door Near You, Tim Craig , June 17, 2008
Convention Recap, Tim Craig , June 15, 2008
Author Grisham Still Supports Clinton, Anita Kumar , June 14, 2008
Democrats Gather at State Convention, Anita Kumar , June 14, 2008
Democrats Unite In Hampton Roads, Anita Kumar , June 14, 2008
GOP Delegate Slams Kaine's Motives, Tim Craig , June 11, 2008
Walter Curt Heads Up GOP Fundraising, Tim Craig , June 9, 2008
John Warner Donates $2,000 to Gilmore, Tim Craig , June 6, 2008
Obama-Kaine, Obama-Warner, Obama-Webb, Tim Craig , June 5, 2008
Warner, Obama in Bristol, Tim Craig , June 5, 2008
Warner Gets Some Bipartisan Support, Anita Kumar , June 5, 2008
McCain Looks for Virginia Money, Tim Craig , June 4, 2008
Kilgore, Saxman Take On Obama, Tim Craig , June 4, 2008
Obama to Campaign in Virginia Thursday, Tim Craig , June 3, 2008
Obama Picks Up Virginia Superdelegate, Tim Craig , June 2, 2008
The Fallout from Frederick's Win, Tim Craig , May 31, 2008
Cheney Speaks to Virginia Republicans, Anita Kumar , May 30, 2008
Big Donors Boost Kaine's Fundraising, Tim Craig , May 27, 2008
Kaine Wants Clinton to Drop Out in June, Tim Craig , May 27, 2008
McCain Leads Obama, Clinton in Virginia, Tim Craig , May 20, 2008
Cheney to Speak to Virginia GOP, Tim Craig , May 19, 2008
Clinton Book Brings in the Bucks, Tim Craig , May 19, 2008
Republicans Try to Build the Party, Anita Kumar , May 8, 2008
McClellan Switches to Obama, Anita Kumar , May 7, 2008
Boucher Sticking with Obama, Tim Craig , April 28, 2008
Eric Cantor for Vice President?, Tim Craig , April 23, 2008
Kaine Campaigns for Obama in Pa., Anita Kumar , April 18, 2008
Kaine Gets Tough With Clinton, Tim Craig , March 12, 2008
Webb Endorses Byrne, Tim Craig , March 6, 2008
Kaine Discusses Obama Trip, Tim Craig , February 29, 2008
Kaine Off to Kansas, Texas to Stump for Obama, Tim Craig , February 28, 2008
Obama (Almost) Sweeps Northern Virginia, Tim Craig , February 14, 2008
Why Va. Didn't Keep Polls Open Later, Steve Fehr , February 13, 2008
Estimated Turnout Today, Steve Fehr , February 12, 2008
Va. GOP Statement on Primary, Steve Fehr , February 12, 2008
Gov. Kaine Statement on Obama Win, Steve Fehr , February 12, 2008
Slick Roads Delay Irate Voter, Steve Fehr , February 12, 2008
NoVa's GOP Voters Speak, Washington Post editors , February 12, 2008
Some Immigrant Views, Washington Post editors , February 12, 2008
Dem Voters Speak Out in NoVa, Washington Post editors , February 12, 2008
Vote Splitting and Hot Chocolate, Washington Post editors , February 12, 2008
More about Lines, Washington Post editors , February 12, 2008
Lines, Lines, Lines, Washington Post editors , February 12, 2008
Potomac Primary Round-Up, Liz Heron , February 11, 2008
Updated: Clinton and Sabato at U.-Va., Steve Fehr , February 11, 2008
Winners & Losers from JJ Dinner, Tim Craig , February 11, 2008
Jim Moran to Endorse Obama Today, Tim Craig , February 10, 2008
Scenes from the JJ Dinner, Steve Fehr , February 9, 2008
Del. Phillips Endorses Clinton, Tim Craig , February 9, 2008
House Holds 4-minute Session, Anita Kumar , February 9, 2008
McDonnell Endorses McCain, Anita Kumar , February 8, 2008
Bill Clinton To Stump for Hillary Saturday, Tim Craig , February 8, 2008
Bolling Reacts to Romney's Departure, Anita Kumar , February 8, 2008
Get Election Results While Driving, Anita Kumar , February 7, 2008
Clinton Discusses Va. Primary, Steve Fehr , February 7, 2008
First Lady To Lead "Women for Obama", Tim Craig , February 6, 2008
Puller Angry over Clinton Straw Poll Win, Tim Craig , February 4, 2008
Half of Senate Democrats Set to Endorse Obama, Tim Craig , February 4, 2008
Clinton Names Virginia Staff, Tim Craig , February 1, 2008
Delegates and Senators for McCain, Tim Craig , January 31, 2008
Obama Staffers Hit The Ground in Virginia, Tim Craig , January 30, 2008
GOP Chairman Ready to Take on Frederick, Tim Craig , January 23, 2008
Boucher Will Endorse Obama Today, Tim Craig , January 21, 2008
Bolling Endorses Party Registration, Tim Craig , January 15, 2008
Gilmore, GOP Hire New Staff, Tim Craig , January 14, 2008
Registration Deadline Today, Steve Fehr , January 14, 2008
Romney Wins Republican Women Straw Poll, Anita Kumar , January 10, 2008
Doug Wilder Endorses Obama, Anita Kumar , January 4, 2008
Kaine Congratulates Obama, Anita Kumar , January 4, 2008
Kaine To Spend New Year's Day in Iowa, Anita Kumar , December 31, 2007
Kaine Hits the Trail, Again, for Obama, Tim Craig , December 20, 2007
Congressman Scott Endorses Obama, Tim Craig , December 20, 2007
Kaine Takes His Cabinet on the Road, Anita Kumar , December 11, 2007
NoVa Still Hillary Country, Bill Turque , December 10, 2007
Winners and Losers From the GOP Advance, Tim Craig , December 3, 2007
GOP Straw Poll Results, Tim Craig , December 1, 2007
Wilder Stays Out of Presidential Race - For Now, Anita Kumar , November 29, 2007
Obama Supporters Get Their Man on the Ballot, Tim Craig , November 28, 2007
Kaine Will Hit the Trail Again for Obama, Anita Kumar , November 27, 2007
Winners and Losers, Tim Craig , November 21, 2007
Radio Discussion on Virginia Politics, Tim Craig , November 16, 2007
Kaine Heads to Iowa to Stump for Obama, Tim Craig , November 15, 2007
Allen and McDonnell Endorse Thompson, Tim Craig , November 13, 2007
Not Just Any Phone Call, Amy Gardner , November 8, 2007
Kaine to Hit Campaign Trail for Obama, Tim Craig , October 30, 2007
Jim Webb's Big New Hampshire Speech, Tim Craig , October 20, 2007
Post Poll Preview: Kaine Earns High Marks, Tim Craig , October 12, 2007
General Pace for Senate?, Tim Craig , October 3, 2007
Kaine Still Has High Hopes for Obama, Tim Craig , October 3, 2007
 
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