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Tim Kaine

Editor’s Notebook: What happened to Tim Kaine’s mojo?

A University of Mary Washington political poll of last week attempted to divine how a possible – albeit very unlikely, in my guesstimation – 2024 U.S. Senate matchup between incumbent Democrat Tim Kaine and newbie Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin...

Congressional Democrats train fire on Robert E. Lee

They’re going to have to hurry if they aim to beat an increasingly expected Republican takeover of Congress in November, but Virginia lawmakers of a Democratic bent are tag-teaming to remove the name of Robert E. Lee from the...

Editor’s Notebook: Keep him, dump him, just don’t be sanctimonious

With the days ticking down to a likely Republican takeover of Congress -- although never, ever discount the possibility that the GOP will miss this gimme-putt -- Democrats seem to be loading up the congressional calendar with longshot legislation...

Editor’s Notebook: ‘Mr. Middle of the Road’? Nah ….

Throughout his political career, Mark Warner has worked overtime to portray himself as a bastion of centrism, as a person who will reach across the aisle to find workable solutions. A new political ranking tends to call that into question. Warner...

Kaine endorses Del. Lopez in intra-party battle

U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) has endorsed the re-election bid of Del. Alfonso Lopez (D-Arlington-Fairfax), who is facing a primary challenge in June. “Alfonso is a trusted friend and adviser,” Kaine said in a statement released by the Lopez campaign....
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‘Old School’ column: The deluge!

Yes, I know this has been a banner year for that wet stuff falling from the sky, but the...
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