On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Virginia voters will go to the polls in November to elect a governor, and all of the state’s House of Delegates seats are in play. As one of only two off-year statewide elections in the country, Virginia is seen as a bellweather on President Trump’s agenda. We speak to a Washington Post reporter and a political science professor about what’s at stake for Virginia and communities across the D.C. region.
- Laura Vozzella Reporter, Washington Post
- Stephen Farnsworth Professor, The University of Mary Washington
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