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Nov29

Del. Jennifer L. McClellan’s path to becoming the Democratic nominee for a Richmond-area state Senate seat became clearer over the past week as a potential rival, Del. Lamont Bagby, announced he will not seek the office.

Bagby, D-Henrico, said in a Facebook post last week that he will not run for the 9th District seat being vacated by Sen. A. Donald McEachin, D-Henrico, who is heading to Washington as the newly elected representative of the redrawn 4th Congressional District.

 
 
Nov29

Like many of you, I was devastated by the results of Tuesday's Presidential election.  I share the anxiety I've heard from so many people about how divided the country is and how we move forward.  But Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine reminded us that while we did not achieve the result we wanted, we still have work to do to advance the causes and values we cherish.  
Nov29

McClellan plans to seek the 9th District State Senate seat occupied by Sen. Donald McEachin.

Nov29

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.

 

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This weekend - Friday, August 1st through Sunday, August 3rd - Virginians can again take advantage of the Back to School Sales Tax Holiday. During this three-day period, purchases of certain school supplies, clothing and footwear will be exempt from the Virginia sales tax.

Last week the General Assembly reconvened to consider the Governor's line item vetoes to the biennial budget passed on June 12th.
Last week was a tumultuous week in Virginia politics that saw control of the Virginia Senate shift back to the Republicans after the resignation of Senator Phil Puckett and the upset defeat of Congressman Eric Cantor by a Tea Party favorite. In the wake of these events, the General Assembly convened to pass a biennial budget.