By ASHLEY LUCK, Tidewater Review
With the 2019 General Assembly session set to start in January, localities have discussed their concerns on broadband access and ground and stormwater management with representatives. Government officials from King William and West Point, New Kent and King and Queen counties are looking to Del. Chris Peace, R-Mechanicsville, and Del. Keith Hodges, R-Urbanna, to help them address these issues.
VaNews January 4, 2019
By GRAHAM MOOMAW, Richmond Times-Dispatch (Access to this article limited to subscribers)
After the Virginia General Assembly expanded Medicaid, tea party activists in conservative Hanover County gave their roadside billboards a refresh. “THE PEACE BETRAYAL!,” reads the headline on a bright-yellow sign next to a corn field near Mechanicsville, the first of several displays in the works meant to sound the alarm over Republican Del. Chris Peace’s vote for Medicaid expansion.
VaNews July 23, 2018