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Jeff E. Schapiro is a political reporter and columnist for The Richmond Times-Dispatch. He has covered Virginia's Capitol and campaigns for nearly three decades. Schapiro can heard Fridays at 8:45 a.m. during "Morning Edition."

Articles by Jeff Schapiro

Jeff Schapiro: McAuliffe in Multiple Fights With GOP; Planned Parenthood Controversy; McAuliffe Appoints VA Supreme Court Justice; Coalition Building Critical to Winning Presidency in VA; Gilmore White House Run

Jeff Schapiro of the Richmond Times-Dispatch discusses multiple fights between Gov. Terry McAuliffe over redistricting, voter registration, a $25,000 check to the Governor's PAC and ongoing Planned Parenthood Controversy. Also a look at the appointment of Judge Jane Marum Rousch to the Virginia Supreme Court, the latest Wason Center Poll on Virginia Presidential politics and former Gov. Jim Gilmore's 2nd run for the White House.


Schapiro: Gilmore's White House Run; House Redistricting Trial Continues, Gov. McAuliffe's Parole Review

Jeff Schapiro of the Richmond Times-Dispatch analyzes former Gov. Jim Gilmore's announcement that he will run for President, the ongoing House of Delegates redistricting trial, Gov. Terry McAuliffe's lag in fundraising behind former Gov. Bob McDonnell, a possible bed tax for hospitals and Gov. McAuliffe's Parole Review Commission.

Jeff Schapiro: Brat's Immigrant Views; Sullivan Extended; Morrissey Saga Continues; 3-way Race May Thwart Dems Takeover Bid

Jeff Schapiro analyzes Dave Brat's immigration comments, UVa Board's extension president's contract, the latest Joe Morrisey soap opera episode, and a three-waqy race for the State Senate in Roanoke.

J. Schapiro: McDonnell Appeal Heard; Clinton to Speak; McAuliffe Pardons Wrongly Convicted Man; Judicial Appointments

Jeff Schapiro of the Times-Dispatch offers analysis of the Bob McDonnell appeal, Hillary Clinton's planned appearance in Virginia, Terry McAuliffe's pardon of a man who was convicted and served 29 years for a crime he did not commit, and McAullife's opportunity to appointment several judges.

Jeff Schapiro: Kaine Urges War Powers Action; Fowler's Offensive Posting; Herring Reverses Abortion Regs Ruling; McD. Appeal Hearing

Columnist Jeff Schapiro discusses U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine's impassioned speech on presidential war powers revision, Del. Buddy Fowler's racially charged Facebook posting, Atty. Gen. Mark Herring's legal opinion that abortion clinic regulations cannot be imposed on existing facilities, and fortmer Gov. Bob McDonnell's upcoming hearing on his appeal of corruption convictions.