The GOP made big gains last night both nationwide and in Virginia. Craig Carper reports.
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After big wins for the GOP, the President and fellow Democrats, as well as the Republicans are trying to formulate strategies for the next election cycle. Craig Carper talked with political analyst Bob Holsworth.
Congressman Tom Perriello has been campaigning hard to convince fifth district voters to give him a second term, during a tough season for Democrats. Craig Carper reports. (State Sen. Robert Hurt, the Republican challenger declined to be interviewed for a similar report.)
Over a third of the 1.5 billion dollars in unspent revenues discovered in last month’s audit on VDOT will be implemented by April of 2011. Craig Carper reports.
Gov. McDonnell says support is bulding, but he has no timetable for presenting his liquor plan to the legislature.
Gov. McDonnell speaks to National Governors' Association on ways to increase college degrees.
Gov. McDonnell says he won't call the legislature into session to consider his plan to privatize liquor sales.
Perriello and Hurt faced off in front of a packed house at Piedmont Virginia Community College. The pair took questions on healthcare, education, the economy and immigration among others.
Yesterday Governor McDonnell met behind closed doors with his Joint Advisory Board of Economists to try to forecast the economic outlook for the upcoming year.
Yesterday Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Scott Angelle spoke about the future of domestic energy production at Governor McDonnell’s Conference on Energy. Craig Carper reports.