Articles by: Kaye Kory

From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

December 13, 2017 8:32 PM0 comments

We all know that we are living in volatile times, and the FBI’s recently released data on the national incidence of crimes motivated by bias (in other words, hate crimes) reinforces that perception. This report showed a very unsettling increase in hate crimes since last year. FBI records show 6,121 […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

November 8, 2017 8:13 PM0 comments

These days after Election Day are truly the days that Virginia Democrats can celebrate our surprising and gratifying election results. However, I caution my HOD colleagues to moderate their urges to dance in the end zone. Democrats in Virginia certainly have “caught the wind beneath our wings!” But, we need […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

October 12, 2017 12:00 PM0 comments

Since this is my last column before November 7th, Election Day 2017, I think it is appropriate to offer my observations on the current choices facing Virginia voters. This election cycle includes the statewide contests for Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General and the House of Delegates. (Virginia’s Senate – which […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

September 14, 2017 2:55 PM0 comments

The League of Women Voters of the Fairfax Area hosted a House of Delegates Candidate Forum on Monday. Questions were emailed or phoned in by the public. They covered a broad range of topics, all important to consider before voting. election. Here is a sample of the questions and my […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

August 9, 2017 6:40 PM0 comments

While President Trump gives us a limp portrayal of Zeus poised upon Mount Olympus threatening to rain down “fire and fury” thunderbolts like “the world has never seen before,” we must resist the temptation to be distracted from more seemingly mundane or less-hyped happenings. For example, on Monday the Department […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

July 12, 2017 8:17 PM0 comments

I am frequently asked how advocacy groups decide to endorse (or not) a candidate for public office. Usually, if the candidate is an incumbent endorsements are based upon that candidate’s voting record. If the candidate is not an incumbent, the candidate is asked to complete a questionnaire and possibly sit […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

June 21, 2017 1:56 PM0 comments

These are tumultuous days politically — weatherwise as well, but that is for another column. When news is breaking out of Washington at lightning speed and we are in a whirlwind of primaries and elections (yes, I am up for re-election too), it is difficult to focus on anything except cable […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

May 10, 2017 7:05 PM0 comments

There are many different rankings of the states on various measures of performance, such as business economics and employment, educational access and outcomes, public health and overall effectiveness of government. Ballotpedia, a non-partisan online site that covers state government politics, compiles 19 of these measures into a single “State Quality […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

April 12, 2017 8:27 PM0 comments

On April 11, Dr. Ike Koziol wrote in a letter to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, “Governor Terry McAuliffe recently pushed our state legislature to expand Medicaid, and the House of Delegates rejected it. This would have allowed about 400,000 Virginians to obtain some form of medical insurance coverage under the Affordable […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

March 8, 2017 6:59 PM0 comments

While this 2017 session may have seemed less contentious and overtly partisan than last year’s session — it was not. The heavy-handed partisanship and sometimes hurtful rhetoric was mostly displayed in the committees and subcommittees, not often on the floor of our chamber in the Capitol. Partisanship was definitely on […]

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