We now know who supplied most of the money for a group of Democrats who masqueraded as a conservative group trying to undermine the Republican candidate for governor.
Three unrelated observations.
Here’s a revisionist history of the past dozen years: Maybe Virginia isn’t as blue as we thought.
Turnout increased more in rural areas than metro areas. That’s what delivered the Republican victory.
A unexpectedly large turnout in rural Virginia was one of the reasons.
Virginia had a record turnout for a gubernatorial election and the turnout was up in ways that benefitted Republicans more than Democrats.
Youngkin won back some suburban voters the party has lost but also maximized the Republican vote in rural Virginia even more.
Youngkin, Sears and Miyares break eight-year Democratic winning streak
Here’s why the election turned out the way it did.
Here’s the big thing to know: The votes will be counted in a different order than ever before.