Today on NewsTalk, Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney discussed the battle for control of the Virginia Senate. A too-close-to-call race in Spotsylvania County will determine whether Republicans complete their bid to gain total control over state government.
DC Council Chairman Kwame Brown talked about ethics reform, education, voting rights and more. (In part two of our Q&A, we ask about the Washington Times report that there’s a janitor on the DC government payroll who makes more than $100,000 a year.)
We spoke with Del. Adam Ebbin, who next year will become the first openly gay state Senator in Virginia history.
And Politico’s James Hohmann talked about the labor referendum in Ohio, the “personhood” referendum in Mississippi and the recall of a top legislator in Arizona.
WATCH today’s interviews here:
Thursday at 10am: Area leaders work to avoid repeat of last winter’s ice-storm gridlock. Also: Sen.-elect Dick Black.