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RPV Convention Winners & Losers

Too Conservative compiles an interesting list of winners and losers from last weekend’s Republican convention in Richmond. Here are a few of the more interesting ones, starting with a winner: Democrats Particularly Mark Warner. It’s not like Warner really needed a split GOP in order to cruise to victory, but his opponent winning with only […]

Operation Chaos In Virginia

Details over at Virginia Virtucon of the plans. In short, cross the aisle and vote for Leslie Byrne in the Democratic primary in the 11th District. Frankly, I don’t think it’s such a great idea. It’s one thing to play around with the Democratic Presidential race when there’s a chance of a Republican victory in […]

11th Congressional District Candidates Debate

by @ Friday, April 25th, 2008. Filed under 2008 VA-11 Race, Keith Fimian, Leslie Byrne, Virginia, Virginia Politics

Everyone showed up at the Marco Polo Restaurant in Vienna except, apparently, for Gerry Connolly: H/T: Raising Kaine

Connolly Leads Byrne In Fundraising

The first-quarter fundraising numbers are out for the 11th District, and Gerry Connolly appears to be doing very well: According to disclosure reports to be filed to the Federal Election Commission tomorrow, Gerald E. Connolly, chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, is leading the pack of four after raising $500,000 during the first […]

Tom Davis Endorses Keith Fimian For Congress

by @ Tuesday, April 1st, 2008. Filed under 2008 VA-11 Race, Keith Fimian, Virginia, Virginia Politics

Citizen Tom reports that Tom Davis (no relation) has put whatever is left of his political muscle behind the Congressional campaign of Keith Fimian: Dear Friends,I am writing to you today for two very important reasons. First of all, I want to be sure you are aware my campaign has been fully endorsed by Congressman […]

Handcapping Virginia’s Congressional Races

Too Conservative has a great post up today handicapping the races in all eleven of Virginia’s Congressional Districts. Here’s how thing look in Northern Virginia’s three Congressional Districts: VA-08: Congressman Jim Moran (D) vs. Mark Ellmore (R)/Basil Mossaidis (R)/Dianne Kelly (R)/Amit Singh (R) 2006 results: Moran (D) 66%, O’Donoghue (R) 31% 2004 results: Moran (D) […]

WaPo Annoints The New Congressman From VA-11

The Washington Post seems to think that the race to succeed Tom Davis will be over once the Democratic nominee is decided: One of the most closely watched and hard-fought political contests in the nation will unfold in Virginia this year — but not necessarily on Nov. 4. In the race to succeed U.S. Rep. […]

The Republican Field Narrows In VA-11

by @ Friday, February 8th, 2008. Filed under 2008 Election, 2008 VA-11 Race, Keith Fimian, Politics, Virginia, Virginia Politics

It looks like Keith Fimian will be the only Republican running in Virginia’s 11th Congressional District: Steve Hunt, the former Fairfax County School Board member, has decided to withdraw his name from consideration for the Republican nomination in the 11th Congressional District in Northern Virginia. That leaves Keith Fimian, a successful Oakton business owner favored […]

Handicapping The Race In VA-11

by @ Thursday, January 31st, 2008. Filed under 2008 VA-11 Race, Keith Fimian, Leslie Byrne, Virginia, Virginia Politics

The Washington Examiner handicaps the race in Virginia’s 11th Congressional District now that Tom Davis has announced his retirement: Davis’ departure is widely regarded as bad news for the Republican Party, which is likely to face Fairfax Board of Supervisors Chairman Gerry Connolly or former U.S. Rep. Leslie Byrne in a general election, both of […]

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