Posts Tagged Nick Freitas

Elections Board Denies GOP Another Chance in Central Virginia District

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Virginia’s Board of Elections will not allow Republican Delegate Nick Freitas on the ballot this November. That decision came during a board meeting Tuesday. Mallory Noe-Payne reports.

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‘We Will Win It’ Says GOP Delegate Who Missed Filing Deadline

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Republican Delegate Nick Freitas (Credit: BingBong321 / Creative Commons)

A GOP state lawmaker says he’s willing to step aside as a candidate, if it means voters in his district can get a Republican on the ballot. The election in central Virginia could impact party control of the statehouse. Mallory Noe-Payne reports.

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Examining Fundraising Numbers for Virginia’s Republican Senate Hopefuls

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Republicans are about to select their candidate to take on incumbent Senator Tim Kaine. Whichever candidate emerges as the winner next week will face a huge financial challenge. Michael Pope reports.

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Three Republicans Battle To Take On Tim Kaine

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Republicans will be heading to the polls June 12 to select a candidate to take on Senator Tim Kaine this fall. Michael Pope reports.

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Campaign Cash is Piling Up for Republican Senate Candidates

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Republican Senate candidate Corey Stewart is facing a tough fundraising challenge from state Delegate Nick Freitas. (Credit: facebook.com/coreystewartva/)

The primary is only weeks away, and it’s not just the politics that’s heating up. It’s also the race for campaign cash. Michael Pope is adding up the numbers.

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Gilmore Pondering Run For Senate

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Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore gestures as he addresses the Virginia State Republican Convention in Harrisonburg, Va., Saturday, April 30, 2016. (Credit: AP Photo / Steve Helber)

Election 2017 is not quite over yet as recounts and legal challenges move forward. But the politics of 2018 are already getting hot and heavy. Michael Pope has details.

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