Prince William Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey A. Stewart said Tuesday that he still is considering a 2012 run for Virginia's Senate seat now held by Sen. Jim Webb, a Democrat who is retiring after one term.
Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey A. Stewart said Tuesday he has not ruled out a run for the GOP Senate nomination in 2012, denying press reports that he has passed on a challenge to former Sen. George Allen in the race to succeed retiring Democratic Sen. Jim Webb.
By appearances, the past decade has been good for Sanjeet "Sonny" Veen and his Rockville, Md.-based international tire business. However, his success, along with his freedom, now stand threatened by a pending federal indictment in Mississippi.
Virginia Sen. Jim Webb said Wednesday that he will not seek re-election, increasing the chances that Republicans will be able to take the seat back from Democrats in the 2012 election.
Former GOP Sen. George Allen officially entered the race for his old Senate seat in Virginia on Monday, setting up a potential rematch with Democratic Sen. Jim Webb that could make the state a major political battleground in 2012.
Republican former Sen. George Allen officially said Monday he is entering the race for his old seat in Virginia, setting up a potential marquee rematch with Democratic Sen. Jim Webb that could make the state a major 2012 political battleground.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Virginia Republican, said Sunday he thinks President Obama is a natural-born U.S. citizen and that questions on the issue have no place in Capitol Hill policymaking discussions.
Republican George Allen will announce Monday that he will seek to reclaim the U.S. Senate seat from Virginia that he lost five years ago to Democrat Jim Webb.
The tea party movement that helped elect dozens of fiscal conservatives in 2010 to give Republicans control of the House is already mobilizing and recruiting candidates in a bid to take over the Senate next year as well.