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Statement of House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert on Results in HD 82 Firehouse Primary

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The winning ticket in HD82

House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert issued the following statement: “On behalf of the House Republican Caucus, I want to congratulate Anne Ferrell Tata on her win in today’s firehouse primary in House District 82. The citizens of Virginia Beach will be well served by Anne Ferrell as their voice in Richmond. I want to thank Kathy Owens for putting her … Read More

Statement of House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert on Results of the 2021 Republican Convention

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House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert issued the following statement on the results of the 2021 Republican Convention: “Congratulations to our statewide Republican ticket for 2021: Glenn Youngkin, the next Governor of Virginia, former Del. Winsome Sears, the next Lt. Governor of Virginia, and Del. Jason Miyares, the next Attorney General of Virginia! The voters have given us three outstanding standard … Read More

Miyares, Gilbert: Governor Should Suspend Gas Tax

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Last week’s attack on the Colonial Pipeline has caused a spike in prices at the pump for Virginians. While the pipeline should be back online in a matter of days, the hit to our economy and the pocket books of hard working Virginia families is the last thing we need right now. Republican Attorney General Nominee Del. Jason Miyares and … Read More

Statement of House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert on Department of Education Plan to Lower Standards

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The Virginia Department of Education has begun discussions that could lead to the end of Virginia’s Advanced High School Diplomas by ‘consolidating them’ with standard diplomas in the name of ‘equity,’ as well as pushing all advanced math classes back to the 11th Grade for High School students. House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert issued the following statement: “Virginians have had … Read More

Parole Board Investigation: Recording details Northam officials’ grilling of watchdog agency

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Parol Board HQ

They still don’t think the Parole Board did anything wrong. That’s the top takeaway from a recording of a meeting between the Office of Inspector General and Northam Administration. The meeting, recorded and given to members of the press, shows an administration far more worried about politics and optics than following the law. Read the story here. By Graham MoomawVirginia … Read More