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Jan 28 2022
“Republican Glenn Youngkin began his term as governor of Virginia on [January 15] with executive actions that tackle education and the COVID-19 pandemic, including a ban on critical race theory in public schools and a lifting of school mask requirements.” (CBS News)
“Republican Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin [is] facing a new legal challenge over his executive action that aimed to letThe Flip Side
May 01 2023
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin said Monday that he won't be running for president in 2024. Speaking to the Wall Street Journal's Gerard Baker at the Milken Institute in Los Angeles, Youngkin offered a simple "no" when asked about running for president. "I’m going to be working in Virginia this year,” Youngkin added. The first-term governor had been seen as a potential addition to the growingYahoo News
Nov 10 2023
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R - Virginia) spoke at the Commonwealth's Veterans Day Ceremony and Grand Opening of the new Jones & Cabacoy Veterans Care Center in Virginia Beach. Watch the ceremony in the video box above.
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Sep 11 2023
Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin was absolutely right to pardon Scott Smith, a Loudoun County Viriginia father, who was arrested for publicly standing up to his local school board as they tried to ignore the rape of his teenage daughter in the girls restroom at Stone Bridge High School in the Northern Virginia school district. Gov. Youngkin spoke to Mr. Smith on Friday, telling him that heDaily Citizen
Dec 04 2023
Glenn Youngkin blasts Virginia arts festival canceling Hanukkah celebration: 'Absurd and antisemitic'
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin did not mince words at the news of an Old Dominion town's art and music festival canceling a Hanukkah menorah lighting. On Sunday, LoveLight Placemaking, the nonprofit that runs Williamsburg, Virginia's 2nd Sundays Art and Music Festival, canceled a scheduled menorah lighting featuring a local rabbi, citing Israel's war against the Palestinian terroristFox News (Online News)
Mar 29 2023
People, please, implored the Republican governor of Virginia: Let us “set aside acrimony” and finger-pointing and all the “mental gymnastics of partisanship” that combine to make people so tired and cynical about “politics as usual.”
Before setting all that aside, however, Glenn Youngkin had some work to do: In the very same speech to the General Assembly in which he urged bipartisanPolitico
Sep 10 2023
Virginia’s Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin pardoned a man Friday who was arrested after causing a disturbance at a Loudoun County school board meeting in 2021. The incident began when Scott Smith, the father of a local student, was taken into custody after lashing out over the fact that his daughter was sexually assaulted in a school bathroom in Ashburn, Virginia. He was ultimately charged withDaily Beast
Sep 10 2023
Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R-VA) announced Sunday he had pardoned a parent who was arrested during a school board meeting. Scott Smith was arrested in 2021 after he complained to the Loudoun County School Board about his daughter's rape. Her perpetrator was a boy wearing a skirt who was allowed to use the girls' restroom because of the district's transgender policy. “In Virginia, parents matter andWashington Examiner
Jul 07 2023
As governor of Virginia, Glenn Youngkin has targeted the progressive policies of the two Democratic administrations in the state before him since he was elected after a campaign that falsely claimed that teachers secretly taught critical race theory to kids. Recently, Virginia’s Department of Health removed resources for LGBTQ+ kids seeking help after a right-wing media outlet, the Daily WireAdvocate
Nov 08 2023
Up until last night, Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin was seen as a probable kingmaker, potential Republican presidential contender, and the future of a party in disarray.
In an election where every seat in the state legislature was on the ballot, Democrats kept their narrow advantage in the state Senate and wrested control of the House of Delegates from the GOP. Youngkin might not haveDaily Beast