With rallies and in-person campaigning on hold due to the coronavirus, candidates seeking public office are still making their voices heard by highlighting stances on important issues. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Navy veteran and small business owner Ben Loyola who discusses his congressional campaign for Virginia’s Second district.
New York is set to receive much needed help from a U.S. Navy hospital ship. The USNS Comfort arrived in New York Harbor on Monday with 1,200 medical staff as well as additional supplies as the demand for medical attention surges in the state.
A university in Virginia has made the controversial decision to keep its doors open as the coronavirus continues to make its way across the U.S.
Virginia has become the latest state to announce a sweeping wave of restrictions in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. State Gov. Ralph Northam (D) unveiled the new restrictions on Monday, which call for all schools in the state to close for the rest of the academic school year.
As Virginia continues to grapple with controversial gun legislation, some analysts have predicted this could come back to haunt the state’s Democrats in November. One America’s Adonis Albright explains.
In the aftermath of Super Tuesday, congressman Denver Riggleman (R-Va.) told One America’s John Hines that former Vice President Joe Biden’s strength in the now blue commonwealth of Virginia was surprising, but that Sen. Bernie Sanders nevertheless remains a viable candidate for the democratic nomination.