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In 2019, state senate, house, county, and city elections are held on November 5, 2019.

State senator & delegate candidate profiles will be posted after the June 11, 2019 primaries. City and county candidate profiles are posted when Hub curators are available. To volunteer to curate city and/or county profiles, email Curator@va.onair.cc

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Virginia onAir News Digest for 3/30 to 4/5

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“Virginia’s getting a fraction of the protective equipment needed from the federal government, documents show”-Kate Masters, Virginia Mercury

“COVID-19 threatens census count. At stake: money, political power.”-Allison Stevens, Virginia Mercury

“How strictly are Virginia’s social distancing orders being enforced? Court records show just a few citations.”-Graham Moomaw, Virginia Mercury

“Despite EPA decision, Virginia says polluters must ‘make every effort’ to comply with environmental regulations”-Sarah Vogelsong, Virginia Mercury

Virginia onAir News Digest for 3/23 to 3/29

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“‘We’re talking semantics here’: Northam defends not issuing stay-at-home order for Virginians”-Kate Masters, Virginia Mercury

“As groceries fly off shelves, farmers worry about next season’s crop”-Sarah Vogelsong, Virginia Mercury

“Virginia made big commitments to renewables. What does the economic slump mean for them?”-Sarah Vogelsong, Virginia Mercury

“Some Virginia cities are pushing to clear jails of nonviolent offenders. Others? Not so much.”-Ned Oliver, Virginia Mercury

VA onAir News Digest for 3/16 to 3/22

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“Virginia officials say all voters can cast ballots by mail for May municipal elections”-Graham Moomaw, Virginia Mercury

“Congress clears 2nd major coronavirus package; 3rd in the works”-Allison Stevens, Virginia Mercury

“Governor faces calls for special session, ‘bolder and swifter action’ on COVID-19”-Graham Moomaw, Virginia Mercury

“Unemployment Claims in Virginia spiked 1,500% this week”-Ned Oliver, Virginia Mercury

 

 

Virginia onAir from 3/16 to 3/22

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Interviews with delegates Jason Miyares, Vivian Watts, Karrie Delaney, and Mark Levine

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Virginia onAir from 3/9/20 to 3/15/20

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Interviews with Delegates Alex Askew, Buddy Fowler, Rodney Willett, and Jeremy McPike

VA Senate Sessions: Monday March 9 thru Friday March 13

VA House Sessions: Monday March 9 thru Friday March 13

VA Senate Committees: See this post later this week for all Senate 2020 committee hearings

VA House Committees: See this post later this week for all House 2020 committee hearings

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Virginia News Digest 3/9/20 to 3/15/20

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“Top health officials warn of coronavirus: ‘It’s going to get worse’ “– Robin Bravender, Virginia Mercury

“Virus hangs over final day of legislative session as Northam declares state of emergency”– Kate Masters, Virginia Mercury

“After standoff, House and Senate to seal deal to stem college tuition costs”– Kate Masters, Virginia Mercury

“Schools, welfare and a tunnel: How new Democratic majorities put their mark on their first budget”-Ned Oliver, Virginia Mercury

 

Virginia News Digest 3/1/20 to 3/7/20

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“Liberal Supreme Court justices challenge abortion restrictions in high-stakes case”– Robin Bravender, Virginia Mercury

“Despite limits on testing capabilities, Northam says Virginia is prepared for coronavirus”-Kate Masters, Virginia Mercury

“‘A momentous moment for Virginians’ after General Assembly unanimously passes legislation to end surprise medical bills”– Kate Masters, Virginia Mercury

“After intense Dominion lobbying, Senate panel kills bipartisan Fair Energy Bills Act”– Sarah Vogelsong

Virginia onAir from 3/1/20 to 3/7/20

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Interviews with delegates Kirk Cox, Ken Plum, Dan Helmer, Dave Marsden

VA Senate Sessions: Monday March 2 thru Friday March 6

VA House Sessions: Monday March 2 hru Friday March 6

VA Senate Committees: See this post later this week for all Senate 2020 committee hearings

VA House Committees: See this post later this week for all House 2020 committee hearings

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Student Internship Opportunities

GMU was the first university onAir chapter established in the fall of 2018. The affiliated undergraduate student organization was started in the spring of 2019 by Adia McLaughlin. The GMU onAir chapter is the lead chapter for the state of Virginia and a model of how students in onAir chapters at universities in other states can manage and curate their states Hub.

To oversee the initial interviewing of US Senate and House members, USA onAir is organizing a teams of students from universities in and near the District of Columbia.DC onAir university chapters.

If you would like to be part of one of these interviewing teams as an interviewer (and curator of a representative and/or candidate’s post) or as an Aircaster. Aircasters are media students who have some experience and expertise with recording interviews and creating a onAir video from the recording

Ralph Northam

Current Position: Governor since 2018
Affiliation: Democrat
Former Position(s): Lt. Governor from 2014 – 2018; State Senator for VA Senate District 6 from 2008 – 2014

Governor Ralph Northam addresses the Virginia House of Delegates, January 20, 2020. 

“Governor Northam approaches public service with the same passion he brought to his military and medical service. He is committed to working with leaders from both parties to build a Virginia that works better for every family, no matter who they are or where they live.”

Featured video: Annual address to Virginia senators, delegates and supreme court justices on Jan. 8, 2020 in the Richmond State Capitol building. Content from the original Virginia House of Delegates recording has not been edited in any way.

Source: Government page

Mark Warner

Current Position: US Senator since 2009
Affiliation: Democrat
Former Position(s): Governor from 2002 – 2006

Senator Warner was elected to the U.S. Senate in November 2008 and reelected to a second term in November 2014. He serves on the Senate Finance, Banking, Budget, and Rules Committees as well as the Select Committee on Intelligence, where he is the Vice Chairman.

During his time in the Senate, Senator Warner has established himself as a bipartisan leader who has worked with Republicans and Democrats alike to cut red tape, increase government performance and accountability, and promote private sector innovation and job creation. Senator Warner has been recognized as a national leader in fighting for our military men and women and veterans, and in working to find bipartisan, balanced solutions to address our country’s debt and deficit.

Tim Kaine

Current Position: US Senator since 2013
Affiliation: Democrat
Former Position(s): Governor from 2006 – 2010; Lt. Governor from 2002 – 2006; Mayor from 1998 – 2001

“Tim has made boosting job opportunities for everyone a top priority. Tim is focused on crafting smart defense strategy and reducing the risk of unnecessary war. Tim believes that health care is a right … and has consistently pushed for reforms to expand access to quality care.”

US onAir Network

Democracy onAir, the Virginia chartered nonpartisan nonprofit sponsoring this pilot Virginia onAir Hub, has launched the US onAir network of 50 state Hubs focused on elections and governance. The Virginia onAir Hub has been our pilot that we used to design and implement the other 49 state Hubs. Below is a link to the central United States onAir Hub which is being managed and curated by DC area college students.

US onAir Network: us.onair.cc

Any US resident can become a member of the US onAir Hub and any other state Hub by selecting the “Join” button at the upper right of each Hub. It’s free.  Hub membership will enable you to participate in forum discussions about your elected representatives and candidates running for office, ask them questions and make suggestions, and give endorsements.

We look forward to continue development of this Virginia onAir Hub. We would like to express our appreciation to all those students, politicians, and Virginia residents who supported the development of this pilot state Hub with a special shoutout to Virginia Delegate David Bulova and GMU professors Jennifer Victor, Lourdes Fernandez, and Dieter Pfoser.

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About Virginia onAir

Hub address: va.onair.cc
State Capital:
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Lead onAir Chapter: @George Mason University
For more informationusa.onair.cc

Mission Statement:
Virginia onAir organizes students to become engaged in and impact state and federal politics facilitating a more civil, collaborative, and vibrant democracy.

Students manage and curate information and media-rich Hub website on elections and governance where Virginia residents can learn more about and interact with their representatives and each other on the issues important to them.

Current Status & Plans:
Virginia onAir oversees the onAir chapters based in public universities throughout the state. Current chapters include: GMU (NoVA region), VCU (SC-VA region), and Virginia Tech (SW-VA region). Students in each chapter curate representative and candidate posts in their region with a focus on conducting video interviews of politicians. We are seeking chapter presidents for UVA (Central VA region) and ODU (SE-VA region).

Virginia onAir is the first state Hubs and chapters which we are establishing in 2020.

Featured video: This video was produced by Nader Momtaz and Ny-Jhee Jones with Adia McLaughlin as the narrator. It was completed on Nov. 15, 2019.

 

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  • Virginia's Three Amigas Virginia’s Three Amigas

    Virginia elected three new women to the US House of Representatives:  Elaine Luria (D) from District 2; Jennifer Wexton (D) from District 10; and Abigail Spanberger (D) from District 7.

    Each congresswoman flipped their district from Republican to Democrat.

    Elaine Luria received votes 139,571 (51.05%) and Scott Taylor (R) 133,458 votes (48.81%%)

    Abigail Spanberger received 176,079 votes (50.34%%) and Dave Brat (R) 169,295 votes (48.4%)

    Jennifer Wexton received 206,356 votes (56.7%) and Barbara Comstock (R) votes (43.73%)

     

  • VA House 73 - 2019 VA House 73 – 2019

    District Description: County of Henrico (part)
    Current Delegate: Debra Rodman since 2018 (D)

    According to Ned Oliver of Virginia Mercury:

    “Another district Democrats flipped in 2017 where the winner, in this case Debra Rodman, opted to run for Senate rather than reelection. Willett, an attorney, and Kastleberg, an investment banker, are both making their first runs for office. Of the seats Republican’s hope to win back from Democrats this year, Northam’s margins in 2017 were thinnest here, with 53 percent of the vote. Combined with the fact that Democrats won’t have the advantage of running an incumbent,that has Republicans sounding confident.”

Supporters

  • League of Women Voters of Virginia 1 League of Women Voters of Fairfax

    The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

    "Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy"

    Websitelwv-va.org/  Vote 411.org

    Address: 1011 E. Main Street, Suite 214A
    Richmond, VA 23219
    Phone: (804) 447-8494
    Email: league@lwv-va.org  or info@lwv-va.org

    MISSION STATEMENT: Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.

    VISION STATEMENT: We envision a democracy where every person has the desire, the right, the knowledge and the confidence to participate.

    VALUE STATEMENT: We believe in the power of women to create a more perfect democracy.

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