Virginia Senate Republican Caucus

Senate Republicans in the News - October 19-21, 2010

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Wed, 2010-10-20 20:00 -- ajohnston

The following are articles from newspapers, blogs, and other news sources throughout the Commonwealth and the country featuring members of the Virginia Senate Republican Caucus.

  • Multiple Senators
  • Senator Robert Hurt
    • Poll: Hurt has six-point edge over PerrielloThe Augusta Free Press - Republican nominee Robert Hurt has a six-point lead over Democratic incumbent Tom Perriello in a new poll of voters in the Fifth District congressional race.
  • Senator Tommy Norment
    • Today in Tommy Norment's Voice Mail: Oct. 18 editionThe Washington Post - As reporters, we have to listen to a lot of people's voice mail messages.
    • Does Richmond judge say it all in defamation case hearing?The Daily Press - At one point during Friday's hearing in Richmond Circuit Court, which attracted six attorneys, three of four plaintiffs -- two of whom brought their spouses -- and even County Attorney Ted Wilmot, not to mention five targets of subpoenas, various spouses, onlookers from as far away as northern Virginia, two reporters .... sorry to go off on a tangent there ... let's start over.
  • Senator Frank Ruff
    • Civil Rights conference brings national figures to South BostonThe Gazette-Virginian - Several national figures will come together in South Boston for the Civil Rights in Education Heritage Trail Conference on Thursday.
    • RETRACING the Trail of EQUALITYSoVaNow  - In the 1970s, driving up U.S. 360 toward Richmond, a local dad used to proclaim reliably, as he crossed out of Charlotte County: “Prince Edward County! Where they closed the schools rather than integrate!”
  • Senator William Wampler, Jr.
    • EDITORIAL: Improving higher edThe Roanoke Times - Most would agree that it is in society's best interest to dramatically increase the number of college graduates by making higher education affordable and attainable.