Nov 15: First look Hampton Roads
2015 Elections / Hampton Roads / Local / Politics / Virginia

Nov 15: First look Hampton Roads

Following up on my previous post, I’ve taken a first look at the General Assembly elections in Hampton Roads. Below is an overview. More details on each contest will come in future posts. House of Delegates – Projected: 8D, 12R By my count (and I hope I haven’t left anyone out), Hampton Roads has twenty … Continue reading

79th HofD: Not an upset
2015 Elections / Hampton Roads / Local / Politics / The Pulpit Speaks / Virginia

79th HofD: Not an upset

The opening paragraph of my post about the last time there was a primary race in this district applies equally here: The primary race between Johnny Joannou and Henry Light Steve Heretick was the one that I followed the closest. The end result was not a surprise. This was no upset, folks. I hinted at … Continue reading

ICYMI: Another tool in the school toolbox
Education / Hampton Roads / Local / Norfolk / Politics / Virginia

ICYMI: Another tool in the school toolbox

My latest op-ed, title above, appeared in The Virginian-Pilot last Thursday. In it, I discuss House Bill 1585, which was introduced by my delegate, Chris Stolle. Stolle’s bill seeks to add two alternative schedules to Va. Code § 22.1-79.1. One would allow the operation of year-round schools, a trend in education. A report by the … Continue reading

Lewis town hall meetings this week
2015 Elections / Hampton Roads / Local / Politics / Virginia

Lewis town hall meetings this week

Senator Lynwood Lewis, who represents the 6th district, is holding a series of town hall meetings in advance of the start of the General Assembly session next week. Except as noted, the meetings will be held from 6pm to 7:30pm. Here’s the schedule: Norfolk Today, 1/5/15: Mary D. Pretlow Library, 111 W. Ocean View Avenue, … Continue reading