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Obenshain Rules Out Gubernatorial Bid in 2017

RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia state Sen. Mark Obenshain announced Monday that he will not be running for governor in 2017, clearing the way for a potential run by former Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie. 345 more words

CBS Washington

Senate Bill Targets Sex Trafficking

Senate Bill Targets Sex Trafficking

By Sarah Drury

Capital News Service

RICHMOND – A bill introduced by Sen. Mark Obenshain, R-Harrisonburg, would create new laws against sex trafficking in Virginia, Republican officials said Wednesday. 51 more words

McAuliffe's effort to stack Electoral Board with all Dems fails

This fight has been quietly simmering for a few weeks but it looks like the Republicans have finally won.

In January, Governor Terry McAuliffe nominated three new board members to the State Board of Elections. 258 more words

Virginia Politics

Obenshain Thanks Loudoun YRs

State senator Mark Obenshain was the special guest at last night’s Loudoun County Young Republicans meeting in Leesburg.

Senator Obenshain thanked the YRs for all their hard work during the election cycles and congratulated them for their contribution to Barbara Comstock’s election to Congress, before going on to speak about the importance of staying active and engaged as the next round of elections are coming up soon. 307 more words

Virginia Politics

Mark Obenshain Endorses Ed Gillespie for Senate

State Sen. Mark Obenshain has announced his endorsement of Ed Gillespie for U.S. Senate.

2014 Elections

Begin a practice of recounting your blessings each day

Take a few minutes each night before you go to bed to remember:

  • The joyful moments you experienced.
  • The people who touched you with their love, their generosity.
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Who Paid for the Attorney General Recount, Anyway?

If you’re subscribed to recieve emails from either attorney general candidate or candidate’s biggest supporters, you’ve likely seen requests to contribute to the recount fund. 37 more words