MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont said Monday he won't seek reelection next year to the seat he's held since 1975, signaling an end to a career that's included major roles on issues such as civil liberties and financing the government and that began before four of his current colleagues were born.
About 16% of city voters and 12% of those in the county cast their ballots early for the 2021 elections.
Students found getting to their seats less hazardous Saturday.
Crowded House will headline Hampton Court Palace Festival next June.
Southwest Virginia will likely lose a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates if the proposed statewide redistricting plans released Monday are approved.
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Virginia's population grew by 630,000 people in the last 10 years to 8.6 million, but that change will not result in Virginia losing or gaining any seats in the House of Representatives.
A Tazewell County businessman and county supervisors wins the special election in Virginia's 38th Senate District.
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Roanoke's member of the Virginia House of Delegates is pursuing two state offices at once, reelection to the House and the Democratic nomination to run for lieutenant governor in November.
Outgoing Rep. Denver Riggleman, R-5th, used his farewell address in Congress to urge voters to reject conspiracy theories about the presidential election, saying disinformation breeds a "fever of nonsense."
The casino, a possible new police station, economic development and improving public education are hot topics in a special election for a seat…