RICHMOND, VA, 29 JANUARY 2020: Senate Republicans today united to oppose extreme Democrat legislation that would repeal multiple safeguards for women.
RICHMOND, VA, 20 JANUARY 2020: Senate Republicans today praised today’s peaceful rally in support of the Second Amendment at the Virginia Capitol.
“As has been the case every year Second Amendment supporters have come to the Capitol to exercise their First Amendment rights, today’s participants were peaceful,” noted Senate Republican Leader Thomas K. Norment (R-James City). “Every Republican Senator was here to ensure they heard from their constituents, who clearly numbered in the thousands.”
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.