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Nov27

State Del. Jennifer McClellan (D-Richmond) announced her plans Monday to run for the state Senate seat being vacated by Donald McEachin, who won a U.S. House seat last week. 

McClellan says she was "devastated" by last week's presidential election results and has "heeded Hillary Clinton’s call to continue fighting for what’s right knowing that there is still much work to be done. "

Nov27

Del. Jennifer L. McClellan, D-Richmond, announced Monday that she is running for the state Senate seat of Congressman-elect A. Donald McEachin.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe has not yet set a date for the special election to fill the seat, representing parts of the city of Richmond and Henrico and Hanover counties, and all of Charles City County.

 
 
Nov27

Citing Hillary Clinton’s call to action following the 2016 Presidential Election, Virginia State delegate Jennifer McClellan (D – RICHMOND) announced her run for the Virginia State Senate.

McClellan, who was first voted into office in 2005, plans to seek the 9th District State Senate seat occupied by Sen. Donald McEachin. McEachin was elected to the U.S. House of Representative on Election Day.

Nov27

Del. Jennifer McClellan (D-Richmond) announced Monday morning her plan to run for Virginia Senate.

McClellan was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates from the 71st District in 2005. She will be running for Sen. Donald McEachin’s seat after he was elected to Congress last Tuesday.

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Last Wednesday, April 23rd, the General Assembly reconvened for the "Veto Session," to vote on Governor McAuliffe's actions on bills passed during the 2014 Session.  You can read about the Governor's actions, including detailed explanations of his vetoes<a href="http://dls.virginia.gov/p

On Tuesday, April 8th, the Senate passed their version of the Biennial Budget, SB 5003. The Senate budget funds Virginia's core priorities, gives state employees including teachers a 2% raise, helps fund benefits for families of public safety officials who lose a loved one in the line of duty, and uses Virginians' federal tax dollars to close the coverage gap for over 400,000 Virginians through Marketplace Virginia.

On Monday, March 24th, the General Assembly convened for a Special Session to adopt a Biennial Budget. As the day began, Governor McAuliffe released his proposed Budget, HB 5003. Governor McAuliffe's budget was based on the budget introduced by Governor McDonnell last December, with 104 amendments that reflect the current Administration's priorities.