Del. Chris Hurst pulled over after passenger allegedly takes campaign signs
Less than 24 hours before election day, Delegate Chris Hurst, the democratic incumbent candidate running for reelection to the Virginia House of Delegates’ 12th District, was pulled over by Radford City Sheriff’s deputies after a female passenger in his vehicle was allegedly seen taking campaign signs, according to Radford Sheriff Mark Armentrout. He told 10 News Hurst was driving with a suspended license and given a “driving while suspended notification” by a deputy.
Glenn Youngkin outlines his plans if elected office in a one-on-one interview with 10 News
Republican candidate for governor Glenn Youngkin states his case on issues ranging from critical race theory and the role of parents in their child's education to the best way to fight COVID-19 in the Commonwealth in a one-on-one interview with 10 News anchor John Carlin.