Posts tagged Bob McDonnell
Delegate Tom Gear (R-Hampton), resigned, effective today, from the House of Delegates, creating a vacancy in
Because the General Assembly is not in session,
At present, two seats in the House are vacant. The Caucus looks forward to welcoming
The Caucus stands ready to assist the Republican nominee in the special election called to fill the vacancy caused by Delegate Gear's resignation. Republicans in the 91st District, including portions of
In addition to serving in the House, Del. Villanueva is executive vice president at
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- The no-tax-increase way from a $4.2 Billion deficit to a balanced budget
- How to foster a pro-business, pro-jobs economy
As well as the sure-fire method to stop job creation—create uncertainty for business with the Obama/Congressional Democrat unclear agenda of bloated government, new taxes, and increased regulation.
Robinson, who will run in Chesterfield's HD 27, joins
Today, Governor Bob McDonnell announced the members of his Commission on Government Reform and Restructuring (see
The Speaker has a long history of seeking these kinds of reform solutions, promoting new ideas and market-based reforms to improve the delivery of government services, maximize the return on investment of limited taxpayer dollars, and minimize the costs of government wherever possible.
The Speaker and Delegates Oder and Ware look forward to pursuing the many opportunities for reform in Virginia's government with the Governor, Commission Chairman Malek, and the other member's of the Commission.
Speaker Howell led the way in passing bond authority in 2007 to enhance Virginia's transportation infrastructure. Today, Governor McDonnell authorized the sale of $500 million in bonds this May as the first part of a six-year, $2.2 billion program to support projects throughout the Commonwealth.
Check out details in the Governor's