Tag Archives: Creigh Deeds
Republican and Democrat lawmakers say that if redistricting reform does not happen this year, it will be a decade before they get another crack at it. State Sen. Jill Holtzman Vogel (R-Fauquier) said she’s concerned her bipartisan redistricting bill could … Continue reading
Senate Democrats say they have the votes to reject Commerce and Trace Secretary-Designate Bob Sledd, if he refuses to resign from three corporate boards. Sledd, a former Richmond businessman tapped by Gov.-elect Bob McDonnell (R), says he wants to stay … Continue reading
Today and tonight, NBC29 will provide comprehensive coverage of this year’s important elections, with 10 crews fanned out across Virginia. This morning, Jennifer Von Reuter is at Charlottesville polling places. Eric Fink caught up with Creigh Deeds in Millboro. Meanwhile, … Continue reading
From NBC29’s Henry Graff CHARLOTTESVILLE — If Creigh Deeds believed the polls he would have packed up his campaign and quit a long time ago. But the man who came from way behind to win the nomination away from Terry McAuliffe … Continue reading
Perhaps some of the most heated — and most personal — rhetoric during this year’s race for governor came up thanks to federal measures, including a controversial energy bill up for debate in Congress.
Part Four of a week-long series looking at the key issues in the race for Virginia governor. With his own final exam looming, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Creigh Deeds spent part of Thursday meeting with students at Virginia Commonwealth University in … Continue reading
GLEN ALLEN, Va. — Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele told a crowd of supporters Thursday that what happens here next week will reflect on the strength of the national party. “Tuesday is a bellweather,” Steele said. “And the bell is … Continue reading