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Sen. Mark Warner. (WYDaily file/Courtesy of Wikipedia)

Senator Mark Warner Heads Into Next Week With A To Do List

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STATEWIDE — In a Sept. 23 press conference, Senator Mark Warner discussed a list of actions that he and his Democratic colleagues will be...
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This research lab at W&M has spotlighted foreign policy issues in 2020 Election

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The Teaching, Research and International Policy Project, a research lab at William & Mary’s Global Research Institute, has worked diligently the last few months to outline...
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Here’s a quick ‘Voter Guide 2020’ that includes info for Williamsburg, James City and York counties

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It’s heating up, the election season this year, that is. Political ads are a dime a dozen and information on absentee and early voting...
William & Mary Chancellor Robert M. Gates ’65, L.H.D. ’98, a former U.S. secretary of defense and CIA director, will discuss his personal journey as a public servant, lessons from the past that can inform present-day foreign policy and the future of U.S. leadership in a rapidly changing world. (WYDaily/Courtesy of Stephen Salpukas)

Former Defense Secretary Gates will be in town to discuss ‘Crucibles of Leadership’

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William & Mary Chancellor Robert M. Gates ’65, L.H.D. ’98 will discuss “Crucibles of Leadership: U.S. Foreign Policy Past, Present and Future” at the...
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Life in Hampton Roads survey No. 5: Politics, perceptions of police and related issues

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The fifth chapter of the 10th annual Life in Hampton Roads Survey, conducted by Old Dominion University's Social Science Research Center, focuses on politics,...
Scott Taylor speaks during his campaign rally at Regent University in 2018. (WYDaily file)

Taylor wants a rematch with Luria

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Former Rep. Scott Taylor said he will run for the U.S. House seat he lost in 2018. Taylor made the announcement Monday, saying he'll run against...
Voters cast their ballots in the Knights of Columbus polling station in Newport News, Nov. 5, 2019. (WYDaily/ Julia Marsigliano)

Virginia’s legislative elections a test of anti-Trump fervor

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Virginians are deciding Tuesday which party should control the statehouse in a widely watched contest that will test how voters feel about President Donald...
The U.S. Constitution. (WYDaily/Courtesy U.S. Air Force)

Q&A: W&M prof explains why impeachment is in the Constitution

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With impeachment in the news, W&M News sat down with Karin Wulf, William & Mary professor of history and executive director of the Omohundro Institute,...