There’s now a fund-raising campaign to fund a bust of the famed educator in the State Capitol, thanks to the state senator from Roanoke County.
From Suetterlein’s vote on Loudoun County schools to Filler-Corn’s ouster to why aren’t more localities taking advantage of a particular tax incentive?
This is the couple’s fourth child. Their third was born on the eve of the 2019 session, a day after the Roanoke County senator announced for re-eletction.
We just passed the mid-point of the legislative session. Here’s the score.
Tuesday, Feb. 8: Suetterlein’s bill on how to count absentee ballots advances to the Senate floor. His bill on fund-raising fails. Hackworth tax relief bill and Stanley school construction bill advance.
Here’s why both Democrats and Republicans have a stake in knowing full election results at the precinct level (like we used to have).
Money to pay off bonds for Central Virginia Training Center. Life sciences labs in Roanoke and New River valleys. Flood relief for Hurley. A new state park in Highland County. A museum in Danville. And more . . .
Bill is designed to prevent election night ‘mirages’ by showing which precincts absentee ballots are coming from.
Proposal by Del. Ronnie Campbell would require voters to mail in their ballots or deliver them to registrars.
Tuesday, Jan. 25: Senate panel kills Suetterlein’s 30-days bill. House panel passes McNamara’s minimum wage bill.