Tag: Glenn Youngkin

Can Republicans Learn from Glenn Younkin’s Success in Virginia?

The political newcomer ran an extremely successful campaign to become the first Republican governor of the state since 2009. He now enjoys broad bipartisan support as he largely stays out of national politics to focus on local issues. According to The Hill: Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) has a 49 percent approval among his constituents just a few

Republican Glenn Youngkin Inaugurated as Virginia’s 74th Governor

The first Republican governor in 12 years has officially taken his oath of office. In his speech Youngkin reiterated his stance on many key campaign issues, pledging to “restore trust in government and to restore power to the people”. Lt. Gov. Winsome Earle-Sears and Attorney General Jason Miyares were also sworn in as the top

Biden’s Mistakes are Harming Democrat Running for Governor

Joe Biden is doing so poorly it is harming Terry McAullife’s chances of winning election in Virginia. According to The Washington Free Beacon: The nonpartisan political forecaster long held that Democratic nominee and former governor Terry McAuliffe had an advantage in the increasingly blue state. It changed its prediction to a tossup in light of