Del. Suhas Subramanyam (D-87) has filed a bill intended to give the state power to throw light of the Dulles Greenway’s secretive finances—and push back on constantly rising tolls.
Subramanyam’s bill is identical to bills filed last year by Del. Dave A. LaRock (R-33) and Sen. William M. Stanley Jr. (R-20), which both died in committee.
First-year Del. Suhas Subramanyam (D-87th) and veteran state Sen. Emmett Hanger Jr. (R-24th) have joined forces to co-chair the new Commonwealth Caucus designed to increase bipartisanship during the new General Assembly session in Richmond.
State Sens. John Bell (D-13th) and Jill Vogel (R-27th), both of whom represent portions of Loudoun County, are members of the caucus.
State lawmakers have expressed concern about the increased polarization happening the legislature, so some have started a new caucus to show that legislators across the political spectrum can work together to find common ground on issues.
Sen. Emmett Hanger, R-Augusta, and Del.-elect Suhas Subramanyam, D-Loudoun, are co-chairs of the Commonwealth Caucus, which they hope will improve bipartisanship during the upcoming legislative session.
A group of Virginia legislators hopes to find common ground on issues facing the state in a new-look General Assembly.
Sen. Emmett Hanger, R-Augusta, and Del.-elect Suhas Subramanyam, D-Loudoun, announced Monday the creation of a new caucus — formally, the Commonwealth Caucus — that they hope will encourage bipartisanship
Candidates running for Virginia’s 87th District House of Delegates’ seat clashed on environmental policy, independent redistricting and gun reform in their first debate in Haymarket Monday night.
Democrat Suhas Subramanyam, a former White House technology policy advisor to President Obama, is running against Republican Bill Drennan, a retired Air Force veteran, in the Nov. 5 election. ...During the debate, Drennan labeled himself a “climate change skeptic” and called into question scientific research showing the existence of climate change. Drennan said the issue of climate change had become “a religion … not based on science.”
Democrat Suhas Subramanyam on Tuesday claimed his party's nomination in the 87th House of Delegates District.
Subramanyam, an attorney and government consultant, topped three challengers – Hassan Ahmad, Akshay Bhamidipati and Johanna Gusman – by taking more than 47 percent of the vote.