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City State is The Washington Times' roundup of the best breaking news and original observations across Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell wants a current or former U.S. governor to be the party's standard-bearer for the presidential nominee. So with former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. dropping out, that field has been winnowed to either Texas Gov. Rick Perry or former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
Perry appeals ruling; D.C. statehood now looks to Florida; Gray releases transition funds report; Politico: McDonnell sounding VP-ish in South Carolina; No endorsements yet from Va. GOP congressional delegation; Gun-rights advocates hold vigil in Richmond; Candidates in Md. House races living outside districts.
bbbPolitical activists have started a recall effort against D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray and council Chairman Kwame R. Brown. What's up with that?
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell plans to send down more than $68 million worth of budget amendments to his two year, $85 billion budget, the bulk of which would go toward public education initiatives, his office announced Friday.
The rumors were true. Virginia Del. Robert G. Marshall, Prince William Republican, said Thursday that he will enter the crowded primary field for the GOP U.S. Senate nomination this year.
The Virginia House gave preliminary approval Thursday to a congressional redistricting map that largely shores up the state's 11 incumbents, over objections from some Democrats that it dilutes the minority vote.
Aside from traditional swearings-in and pats on the back among legislators, it was a relatively quiet morning in Richmond on the first day of the 2012 General Assembly session. Any potential fireworks in the Senate were temporarily put on hold as the chamber recessed once for lunch, then again so that proposed new rules for the Upper Chamber could be prepared.
Split in Virginia Senate likely to cause jams; Judge suggests Virginia ballot unconstitutional; Issa wants better answers from feds about Occupy D.C.; First lady in Richmond to helped veterans; Metro budget also includes hiring hundreds; Trial could test recent changes to Md.'s death penalty law; Muse upset that O'Malley already endorsing Cardin.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has made it clear he does not intend to run for president and has consistently batted away talk of being selected as the Republican presidential nominee’s vice president.
President Obama's health care overhaul has not yet seen its day before the country's highest court, but Virginia Democrats are pressing forward to establish a state-run health insurance exchange during the 2012 General Assembly session.
Maryland Republican Party Chairman Alex Mooney says he will not run for Congress in the state's 6th District and has endorsed incumbent Roscoe Bartlett.
George Allen, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate seat in Virginia, brought in more than $1 million in the fourth quarter of 2011 and will report more than $4.5 million raised and $2 million cash on hand heading into 2012, his campaign announced Tuesday.
Md. assembly session likely busy, defining for O'Malley; Metro proposes fare increases; D.C. eliminating free handicap parking; Md. assembly again will address death penalty issue; O'Malley to propose record school construction spending; McDonnell wants school to start before Labor Day; McDonnell urges Bolling, Cuccinelli to talk; No absentee ballots until judge rules on Perry suit.
The Republican Party of Virginia on Monday "celebrated" the three-year anniversary of President Obama's appointing U.S. Senate candidate Tim Kaine to be chairman of the Democratic National Committee — a position the former Virginia governor resigned in April.
Mental health funding at issue in Va. Assembly; Allen, Kaine push competing Virginia job plans; Metro has increased suicides attempts; Restaurant weeks start today; Sun: Md. Democrats' 'to do' list includes raising taxes; Miller appoints committee to review Md. ethics laws; Wargotz, another Md. Republican, to challenge Cardin.
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