Democrat Elaine Luria, a newly elected congresswoman in Virginia’s Hampton Roads region, will sit on the U.S. House Armed Services Committee.
Three Democratic women won seats previously held by Republicans on Tuesday, and two political experts said those results say a lot about where the parties, and Virginia, are going.
Democrat Elaine Luria of Virginia elected to the US House, defeating Republican incumbent Scott Taylor.
Elaine Luria said Tuesday that Taylor didn’t take the matter seriously enough. She said he continued to employ staffers who were accused of allegedly forging voter signatures to place a third-party “spoiler candidate” on November’s ballot.
The ruling has thrown a speed bump in front of Scott Taylor’s reelection campaign in which he faces a challenge from Democrat Elaine Luria.
A Virginia congressman had abruptly pulled out of a debate after claiming the public radio station hosting the forum was biased against him.
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Democrats in Virginia have filed a lawsuit to try to remove an independent candidate from the ballot in a tight congressional race. The Democrats filed their suit Monday against the state…
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