Rappahannock County Sheriff Connie Compton said her office has received more reports of stolen and vandalized signs this year than in previous election years. “We see ‘Biden’ on the Trump signs and ‘Trump’ on the Biden signs,” Compton said. “It’s pretty equal across the two political parties.”
Fifth district Republican congressional candidate Bob Good has faced heightened scrutiny over the past week owing to questions about his financial disclosure history and apparent violations of Virginia law as a member of the Campbell County Board of Supervisors.
RICHMOND — The deadline to register to vote in Virginia is Tuesday, Oct. 13, and organizations and government officials continue to remind people to register by the deadline.
Each week, the Rappahannock News will give Republican Bob Good and Democrat Cameron Webb an opportunity to present their views on a single issue. In Part IV, Webb and Good share their approaches to taxes and the economy. Webb and Good responded to identical written questions.
On Monday, Fifth District Republican congressional candidate Bob Good submitted an updated financial disclosure report to the U.S. House of Representatives Office of the Clerk listing nine pages of financial assets potentially worth up to $1.6 million.
This is the third in a series of conversations with the 2020 Fifth district congressional candidates. Each week, the Rappahannock News will give Republican Bob Good and Democrat Cameron Webb an opportunity to present their views on a single issue. In a continuation of Part III from last week, Webb and Good share their approaches to the concerns of rural voters.
The Board of Zoning Appeals met tonight (Wednesday) for a brief but lively regular meeting, which included Vice Chairman Ron Makela moving at the top of the hour to add a conversation about the prominent “Farmers for Trump” hay bales sign at Massies Corner to the agenda.
The non-partisan non-profit Senior Statesmen of Virginia hosted the first virtual debate of the election season yesterday afternoon between Fifth district candidates Bob Good and Dr. Cameron Webb. Allison Wrabel of Charlottesville’s Daily Progress moderated the hour-long debate.
Electric Cooperatives, like REC, are democratic and member-owned, meaning that all ratepayers in a cooperative have equity in the company and get to vote for the company’s leadership.
Following Bynum’s speech, Chairman Wes Mills delivered a statement expressing his consternation at Bynum’s appearance at the gathering.
Most local press reports have rightly noted that Riggleman first landed in hot water with his Party’s social conservatives after officiating last summer at a wedding of two gay conservative Republican men.
It’s touted as a “Community Gathering for Peace and Justice” in support of Black Lives Matter, and organizers are hopeful a large number of Rappahannock County residents will show up at Eldon Farms.
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All Americans will benefit if our country gets serious about truly dismantling the painful architecture of discrimination against African Americans that began on Virginia soil more than 400 years ago.
Republicans hold the 5th District seat in Congress. Their man is Denver Riggleman, who is in his first term as a congressman. There are many Republicans in this district who want to make sure it is his last.
A peaceful protest and march against racism and police brutality — and in honor of George Floyd, a black man who died Memorial Day at the hands of police in Minneapolis — drew 700-800 people to Yowell Meadow Park and downtown Culpeper on Saturday evening, according to local law enforcement. …
The 5th Congressional District Democratic Committee held a virtual convention this past Saturday to select delegates to the state and national conventions later this year.
RICHMOND — The General Assembly’s reconvened session Wednesday was abnormal as the House dealt with technical difficulties, disruptive protests and House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn, D-Fairfax, collapsing at the podium.