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VaNews for 2017 House of Delegates - District 18 - Regular General

Freitas, Webert re-elected, Keene upsets Hutchins

By JEFF SAY , Culpeper Times (Metered Paywall)

Culpeper County solidly voted Republican Tuesday night in the 2017 election. In stark contrast to the rest of the state, Culpeper re-elected two Republican delegates – Nick Freitas (District 30) and Michael Webert (District 18).

VaNews November 10, 2017

Down-ballot drama: 2017 guide to Virginia House of Delegate races


In addition to the high-profile race for governor and other statewide races, Virginia voters will be asked to weigh in on a flurry of competitive races farther down the ballot: House of Delegate seats are also up for grabs Tuesday. This election features more competitive House races than at any time in the past two decades, and analysts say the usually local, low-key races are shaping up to be an early barometer of the national political climate nearly a year into Donald Trump’s presidency.

VaNews November 4, 2017

House of Delegates business caucus founders launch PAC

By DAVE RESS, Daily Press (Metered Paywall - 1 article a month)

Four founders of the General Assembly’s Business Development Caucus, including former Del. Mike Watson of Williamsburg, are launching a new political action committee to raise the profile of business issues.

VaNews September 15, 2017

King runs for delegate as Green Party candidate

By JEFF SAY , Culpeper Times (Metered Paywall)

Will King wants to represent the people of the 18th District, not a party. The Green Party candidate will challenge Republican incumbent Michael Webert and Democratic challenger Tristan Shields in the November election for a seat in the general assembly.

VaNews July 21, 2017