Democratic state Sen. Ralph Northam on Tuesday defeated Republican E.W. Jackson for Virginia’s lieutenant governor, in a race sharply defined by social issues.
Virginia’s lieutenant governor candidates — as starkly different in style as they are in politics — clashed Tuesday night over health care, how to care for the dangerously mentally ill and women’s access to reproductive health services.
Va. lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson has failed to properly itemize an individual campaign contribution for the third time, according to Virginia Public Access Project records.
Former Sen. George Allen, trying to recapture the Senate seat he lost six years ago, enters Tuesday’s Virginia primary as a strong favorite over three lesser-known Republicans.