RICHMOND, VA, 16 JANUARY 2020: House and Senate Republican leaders have written to Governor Northam requesting a secure briefing for General Assembly leaders on the threats he cited Wednesday to justify his declaration of a state of emergency in regard to the January 20th Lobby Day event.
RICHMOND, VA, 15 JANUARY 2020: Senate Republican Leader Thomas K. Norment, Jr. (R-James City), Senate Republican Caucus Chairman Ryan T. McDougle (R-Hanover), and Senate Republican Caucus Co-Chairman Mark D. Obenshain (R-Rockingham) today issued the following statement regarding Governor Ralph S. Northam’s (D) plan to prohibit weapons on Capitol Square from January 17 through 21, 2020:
RICHMOND, VA, 10 JANUARY 2020: Senate Republican Caucus Chairman Ryan T. McDougle (R-Hanover) today issued the following statement regarding the enactment of a new weapons policy by the Joint Rules Committee of the Virginia General Assembly:
“Today, the Joint Rules Committee, comprised of just 16 of the General Assembly’s 140 legislators, imposed a new policy banning all firearms from the Capitol and the Pocahontas Building.
RICHMOND, VA, 8 January 2020 – Delegate Roxann L. Robinson (R-Chesterfield) and Senator David R. Suetterlein (R-Roanoke County) tonight delivered the Republican perspective on the State of the Commonwealth. The prepared text of their remarks, which were broadcast following Governor Northam’s, are as follows:
“Good evening, I’m Senator David Suetterlein from Roanoke County.”
“And I’m Delegate Roxann Robinson from Chesterfield County.