Updates from vpap.org

 


Updated Maps and Charts: Statewide Candidates

VPAP has posted updated maps, charts and top-donor lists to include campaign expenditures and donations through December 31, 2017.  Amounts shown represent total spending from...

Jan. 18, 2018


Lobbyist Registrations

VPAP has posted 96 lobbyist registrations filed with the Virginia Ethics Council since last Thursday: 69 New Lobbyist-Client Relationships28 Renewals Each week, VPAP posts registrations as...

Jan. 18, 2018


Now Live: Year-End Campaign Finance Reports

VPAP has posted the year-end campaign finance reports filed by the Tuesday midnight deadline. Committee/Candidate SearchQuick Links:Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney GeneralState House and Senate CandidatesLeadership & Party...

Jan. 16, 2018


New Bills Posted

VPAP has posted the lasted bills listed on Virginia's Legislative Information System website. List of recent bills Search all 2018 bills by topic Check back regularly, as VPAP...

Jan. 15, 2018


$10,000+ Donations to PACs and Inaugural Funds

The following inaugural committees and state PACs reported receiving donations of $10,000 or more since Friday: $110,750 Northam Inaugural Committee 2018 $15,000 Commonwealth Victory Fund...

Jan. 15, 2018


2018 House Committee Assignments

VPAP has posted committee assignments for the 2018 House of Delegates. VIEW COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS All but two House committees consist of 22 members: 12 Republicans,...

Jan. 11, 2018


Visualization: Assembly Gender Gap Narrows

Among new members of the House of Delegates sworn in yesterday, women outnumbered men 12 to 7. Today, Women represent more than one-quarter of the...

Jan. 11, 2018


Visualization: Historically, Business Money Has Followed Power

The last time the partisan balance of power changed in the House of Delegates, money from corporate donors followed the party in power. VPAP's latest...

Jan. 8, 2018


VPAP is hiring!

Are you a data hound and a political junkie? Do you have experience in both data analysis and content creation? Do you want to be...

Jan. 4, 2018


Visualization: Division of Power in the House of Delegates

After the first tiebreaker in a House of Delegates election since 1971, Republicans hold a 51-49 advantage heading into next week's start of the 2018...

Jan. 4, 2018