Here are some Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Friday, July 29. Also, I’ve got some video (see here and on the “flip”) from last night’s Democratic candidates debate in Arlington (31st State Senate district, 49th House of Delegates district).
*Warner expects an on-time deal on nation’s debt
*Gov. McDonnell backs Boehner debt plan
*Fairfax County’s credit rating put on review for possible downgrade because of federal budget impasse
*Deal brokered to seat judges in Va. Beach, Eastern Shore
*Recognition for Va. tribes advances in U.S. Senate
*Day job puts Virginia Democrat at odds with Obama (The Moonie Times covers this story, while the for-profit Kaplan Post won’t touch it with a 10-foot pole? Fascinating.)
*Chesapeake Bay debate splits Virginia Republicans
*Two state Senate candidates, one proposed debate in a second language
*Pr. William officials will invest in aging Potomac Nationals stadium
*Pr. William Democrat begins campaign for 2nd district House seat
*Kaine launches petition supporting “grand bargain” approach
*Governor eyes K-12, pension changes
*NOVA: The road warrior
*Can the Dulles Corridor sustain tolls of $21.50 in 2020?
*Arlandria rocked by raid, ICE responds