Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Tuesday, October 25.
*Houck Gets Campaign Boost From Former First Lady
*Sen. Webb Tells Batten Audience That Leadership Requires Practice, Persistence
*Va. seeks federal dollars to help repair quake-damaged schools in Louisa
*Bolling treats campaign donors to a getaway
*Virginia seeks federal aid for earthquake-damaged schools
*Some House Democrats looking for new minority leader
*Tea party airs TV ad in Northern Virginia targeting Senate Democrats (one of the craziest, stupidest political ads I’ve ever seen; I just hope they spend a ton of money and run it constantly!)
*Big-name politicians visit Virginia to help legislative candidates
*Kaine raises money for Pr. William candidate (Go Lateef!)
*More underwater homeowners in region qualify for federal lifeline
*Compromise is key, Sen. Warner says in Hampton (Yes, tell that to the REPUBLICAN’TS, who have absolutely refused to compromise since President Obama took office.)
*Forces try to occupy the governor’s energy conference
*Dodson TV commercials air; Garrett cancels debate appearance
*Lateef gets former Gov. Kaine’s support in bid for county chairman
UPDATE: Check out the Inside Scoop show with Chap Petersen and Sharon Bulova.