September 22—Progress Virginia joins Americans across the country to celebrate National Voter Registration Day, a nonpartisan effort celebrating our democracy by encouraging eligible voters to register and then turn out to
September 18 marks the beginning of absentee voting across all localities in Virginia. Virginia voters have more options than ever to make sure their voices are heard this election season.
This election season is off to a crazy start…and the real fun hasn’t even begun yet. If you haven’t already seen the nonsense online, get ready, but don’t believe everything
Progress Virginia today celebrated the passage and signing of HB5103, which expands voters’ options to participate in this fall’s election amidst a deadly pandemic. The legislation allows localities to establish
Action Makes Virginia First State to Reject Sweeping Corporate Immunity Legislation Richmond, VA – Earlier today, the Virginia House of Delegates followed the State Senate and scrapped attempts to shield
There’s a lot of ish going down that we need our lawmakers to address in the Commonwealth. We’ve got the pandemic. We’ve got police violence against the Black community. We’ve
Voters Breathe Easier as House and Senate Pass Bills to Make Voting Safer and More Secure Richmond, Virginia—Voters can feel secure in the knowledge that when they go to vote
You’ve probably heard by now that the General Assembly convened on August 18 for a special session to address the impact of COVID-19 on the state budget and police reform.
Election season is coming! We can start voting in just a few weeks, and whether you plan to vote by mail, vote early in person, or vote on Election Day,
Richmond, Virginia—Today, members of the House Appropriations Committee voted 13-9 to advance Delegate Mark Sickles’ bill HB5103. Members of the Senate Finance Committee voted 11-5 to advance Senator Janet Howell’s