3.14.11 Founder and President of Virginia Tomorrow Bob Holsworth joins Coy to discuss all things Virginia politics. Today, Holsworth addresses the chances of a Tim Kaine v. George Allen election, and he also comments on all of the press the Tea Party has been receiving over the past week. You can hear all of that and more, right here.
2.28.11 Founder and President of Bob Holsworth joins Coy to discuss recent political news in the Commonwealth. On the docket for today’s conversation are Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell being on the short list for the Vice Presidential nomination, the continued discussion surrounding the privatization of ABC stores, and the new safety standard requirements for abortion clinics. Holsworth is also a Managing Principal of Decide Smart.
2.14.11 Founder and President of Virginia Tomorrow Bob Holsworth joins Coy to discuss all things Virginia politics. The big story, of course, is the decision of Jim Webb to retire at the end of his term. Holsworth gives his assessment of the reaction of both parties to the announcement, and he also talks about the chances of Tim Kaine claiming the nomination, and the chances of Tom Perriello running, given his seemingly large grassroots support.
2.7.11 Founder and President of Virginia Tomorrow Bob Holsworth joins Coy to discuss all things Virginia politics. The feature story today is the privitization of the ABC stores in the state of Virginia. Also, Holsworth addresses how Virginia is changing demographically.
1.10.11 Founder and President of Virginia Tomorrow Bob Holsworth joins Coy to discuss the Gabrielle Giffords shooting. The tragedy over the weekend was an obvious display of mental illness, but Coy poses the question as to what extent political rhetoric played a role in the events playing out as they did. In today’s brief conversation, Holsworth gives his opinion on what lead to what took place in Arizona this weekend, and so do the fired up callers. What is the root cause of such violence at political events? Get the expert opinions, here.
1.5.11 Founder and President of Virginia Tomorrow Bob Holsworth joins Coy to discuss all things Virginia politics. The conversation touches on a variety of topics, including Republican Delegate Bob Marshall and the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” debate, a preview of the General Assembly session set to begin in a couple of days, and George Allen’s preparation for a possible rematch with Jim Webb in 2012.
12.13.10 Founder and President of Virginia Tomorrow Bob Holsworth joins Coy to continue their weekly discussion of Virginia politics. Today’s discussion is highlighted by the Supreme Court “victory” today by Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli in his effort to strike down the part of President Obama’s health care reform law requiring all Americans to purchase health insurance. Also on the agenda are an explanation of the “IT” story for Virginia politics, as in Bob McDonnell’s huge overall plans for state transportation, and the ABC privatization proposal. Get all the latest insights from one of the most senior political journalists in the Old Dominion.
12.6.10 Founder and President of Virginia Tomorrow Bob Holsworth joins Coy to continue their weekly discussion of Virginia Politics. Former Democratic State Senator Criegh Deeds announced today that he will run for re-election despite his defeat in the gubernatorial race last November to Bob McDonnell, and Holsworth isn’t quite sure it’s the right move. Also, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli had kind words for a recent EPA decision, but will the romance last? President Obama issued a 7 year halt on east-coast off-shore drilling last week, but will complaints from Democratic Senators Webb and Warner have any effect? One of the foremost experts in Virginia politics tackles all of that and much more.
11.29.10 Founder and President of Virginia Tomorrow Bob Holsworth joins Coy to discuss all things Virginia Politics. Included among the current events are the future for Tom Perriello, Bob McDonnell’s political identity, and the balancing act between values and smart economics. Get up to speed with state issues, and here the expert opinions here.
11.15.10 Bob Holsworth is the Founder and President of Virginia Tomorrow a company that examines emerging trends in politics, society and business. He joins Coy to discuss a recent scandal developing out of Richmond surrounding John Forbes, the former Virginia Secretary of Finance. Forbes intends to plead guilty to having run a $4 million scam involving a fake foundation, and all the details are in this conversation.