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Consider. Of all the delegate seats in the Virginia assembly allocated to Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William counties, the GOP can today claim only one. The GOP problem: The latter cohort is equal in intensity but larger in number, and this is especially true in purple and blue states like the commonwealth of Virginia. Blavity has a good roundup of many of the races where people of color won statewide offices for the first time, including Sheila Oliver (New Jersey's lieutenant governor-elect), Vi Lyles (mayor-elect of Charlotte, North Carolina), Yvonne Spicer (mayor-elect of Framingham, Massachusetts), and Ravinder Bhalla, the incoming mayor of Hoboken, New Jersey, a bearded and traditional turban-wearing Sikh who weathered a campaign marked by racist flyers trying to connect him with terrorism. "And you have to take into account incumbency, fund-raising, conveying the right message, grass roots organization and strategy".

"It's disgraceful that the registrar and two members of the Electoral Board in Stafford County refuse to count military votes", said Susan Swecker, chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Virginia. That puts Democrats at 48 seats out of 100.

The count of provisional ballots could affect the outcome in the 94th District, in which Del. Had the maps been drawn equitably, more Democratic candidates would have prevailed.

On Tuesday, we saw what's possible when we commit to competing everywhere.

A former chairman of the RNC, Washington lobbyist and White House aide, Gillespie is an establishment Republican unconvincing in the role of a fighting populist conservative.

That flipped Hugo's 68-vote deficit to a 32-vote lead.

Trump has been shedding supporters pretty much from the day he took office. Julian Walker, spokesman for the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, said his group "stands ready to work" with lawmakers "to enhance coverage and alleviate the impact of uncompensated care of the state". "It was quite the moment", Hull said. That's a major reason why once solid-red Colorado has become reliably purple heading for mostly blue.

Democrats said Stafford elections officials refuse to release the names of those who voted absentee, as other jurisdictions did. His next book, "Big Guns", will be released in April. All three of those races are within half of a percentage point.

"I think it's cause for pause and concern", said Oregon Rep. Greg Walden, who chaired the House Republicans' campaign arm in 2016.

Given the President's lousy poll standing, and the unpopularity of Congress, Republicans expect to be on the losing side of that question through next year's midterms.

Views on race were perhaps the clearest predictor of how Virginians voted. He is the founder of the email service reagan.com and president of The Reagan Legacy Foundation. As a result, the inexorably rising state tax burden, relentlessly hiked by Democrats to buy these new votes with "free" goodies, began to drive out current businesses and longtime residents.

"We're looking forward to making progress on these issues with a more diverse chamber", she said. Some in our party remain fixated on rehashing the 2016 election.

Democrats lost their century-old majority when an Independent opted to caucus with Republicans to create a 50-50 split.

Eventually, the parties hammered out a power-sharing agreement. If Marshall had beaten Roem after outspending her by nearly 2-1, wouldn't the financial factor come up? But he declined to speculate on how such an agreement would take shape.

We can start with Ann Coulter.



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