Governor Terry McAuliffe has called for a special election to replace former U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. McAuliffe’s office announced Tuesday that he had signed a writ of elections declaring November 4 a special election. Cantor announced last week that he plans to leave office early and resign on August 18. He requested McAuliffe call a special election on November 4 — the same day as the general election — so that his successor could begin serving immediately. Cantor lost a June Republican primary to Dave Brat, a college professor backed by libertarian and tea party supporters. The Richmond-area 7th Congressional District leans heavily Republican. Democrat Jack Trammell and Libertarian James Carr are also running.
The Democratic White House hopeful took his campaign message to the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, where it was standing room only.
Brogdon leads Virginia to another solid road win.
"Rambo: New Blood" will be executive produced by the "Rocky" star, who will also appear in the series.
Junior guard will miss Virginia’s Big Ten/ACC Challenge game tonight at Ohio State