Warren Fiske joins 88.9 WCVE’s Craig Carper for this week’s PolitiFact Virginia report.
Democratic President Hopeful Bernie Sanders was in Lynchburg yesterday (9/14) on a declared campaign stop at Liberty University.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, whose recent rise in the polls have shocked “even himself” spoke to thousands of evangelical college students, who usually support Republicans, and he told them that what he calls the massive injustice of income and wealth equality should unite people across the political spectrum.
A former Virginia lawmaker who spent his days at the General Assembly and his nights in jail is dropping his campaign for a state Senate race.
Former Delegate Joe Morrisey announced yesterday (9/10) he will not run because of health problems with his diaphragm.
The latest development adds another chapter to a tumultuous year for Morrisey. In December, he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and served three months in jail.
Over the following hour you’ll hear the 4 candidates for Virginia’s 10th Senate District Seat, answer questions on a variety of issues that one of them will have a direct say in once elected. Whoever succeeds in the 10th District race could determine the balance of power in the state Senate, which is now narrowly controlled by Republicans.
This week we discuss a statement by Jim Webb regarding the establishment of an income tax. Sean Gorman joins me this week from the Richmomd Times-Dispatch to discuss the papers PolitiFacts article regarding Webb’s statement.