The Virginia Way: A Governor’s Guide to Results Oriented Conservatism + What it Means for 2012
When your state is known as the “Mother of Presidents”, and home to Yorktown, Mount Vernon, Monticello, Appomattox, and the first permanent English settlement in America, you don’t toss around the saying “we made history” too lightly. But, my friends, I am pleased to say that is exactly what the Commonwealth of Virginia did Tuesday. We Made History. With their votes yesterday, Virginians gave Republicans | Read More »
Virginia’s General Election is Underway
Yesterday, Virginia Democrats selected Creigh Deeds as their nominee for this year’s gubernatorial campaign. I congratulate Creigh on his victory. While I had held out hope for a contentious and drawn out recount it doesn’t look like that will happen! Now, the general election is underway. I’m looking forward to it. And, no matter what state you call home, I hope you are too. We | Read More »
Chat Live with Bob McDonnell at 7 PM ET
Bob McDonnell, Republican candidate for Governor of Virginia, will be here to answer your questions on RedState from 7:00 to 7:30 p.m. ET. You can start posting your questions for Bob in the comments, and he’ll get to as many as he can in the time he’s here.
GOP Needs To Change Communication Techniques
I want to first thank RedState for giving me this opportunity and for the wonderful work Erick and the other contributors do. RedState is a place where conservatives across the country can work together to shape and mold policy. Never has this work been more critical, or more necessary. November 2008 marked a new beginning for the Republican Party. Leading up to the 2008 elections, | Read More »