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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.
Here in Rappahannock County, Biden unofficially won 51 percent of the ballots cast (676 votes) to Bernie Sanders’ 25 percent (330).
I will not be attending the candidate debate on October 22, sponsored by a local website. I told the website’s editor, on September 10, that I would only do so if I was satisfied, among other things, that all candidates would be treated fairly. Because the editor has since demonstrated that …
Nine of the 13 declared candidates for open seats in the Rappahannock County government took to the stage of the Little Washington Theatre Saturday night for what mostly was a refreshing dose of civil discourse for once.
The Virginia State Board of Elections has fined Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors candidate Audrey Regnery a $100 civil penalty for not adhering to the state’s Stand by Your Ad law.
Saying “We can no longer afford Ron Frazier,” Rappahannock County Board of Zoning Appeals member Ron Makela has mounted a write-in campaign against the longtime Jackson district representative heading into this November’s election.