The new governor pressed lawmakers on what is set to be one of the most contentious issues of the 2014 legislative session: expanding Medicaid.
Two days after taking the oath of office, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has emphasized the need to expand Medicaid eligibility in a speech to the state’s General Assembly.
Terry McAuliffe has been sworn in as Virginia’s 72nd governor. Here are some of the highlights of the day’s festivities which include a prayer breakfast, a parade and an inaugural ball.
In his farewell address to the General Assembly, outgoing Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell apologized Wednesday for a gift scandal that diminished his political standing while touting what he called a strong record of achievement.
Virginia’s governor-elect completed his 12 member Cabinet on Friday by naming former first lady Anne Holton secretary of education.
Gov-elect Terry McAuliffe’s inaugural is beginning to take shape.
Democratic Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe is filling out his Cabinet, announcing Thursday two more members.
A statewide recount has finally ended the nail-biting race for Virginia attorney general, giving Democrats their first top-of-the-ticket sweep since 1989 in a state that once was reliably red.
Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe said Wednesday he is reaching out to former governors of both parties as he prepares to take office next month.
Members of a joint legislative commission looking at possible Medicaid expansion in Virginia remain at odds over the issue.