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Virginia Almanac Excerpt - Example from Central Virginia,

Toni-Michelle C. Travis

This is an excerpt from a document, compiled by Toni-Michelle Travis which provides a description of Virginia State Senators and Delegates, as well as their records and districts.

Here is an example from a town in the Shenandoah Valley…

Virginia Almanac Excerpt - Example from South-Western Virginia,

Toni-Michelle C. Travis

This is an excerpt from a document, compiled by Toni-Michelle Travis which provides a description of Virginia State Senators and Delegates, as well as their records and districts.

Here is an example from a town in the south-western…

Virginia Almanac Excerpt - Example from Northern Virginia,

Toni-Michelle C. Travis

This is an excerpt from a document, compiled by Toni-Michelle Travis which provides a description of Virginia State Senators and Delegates, as well as their records and districts.

Here is an example from a city in Northern Virginia and…

Virginia Almanac Excerpt - Example from Shenandoah Valley,

Toni-Michelle C. Travis

This is an excerpt from a document, compiled by Toni-Michelle Travis which provides a description of Virginia State Senators and Delegates, as well as their records and districts.

Here is an example from a town in the Shenandoah Valley and…

Executive Branch Organization Chart,

Commonwealth of Virginia

The Constitution of Virginia provides for legislative, executive, and judicial branches. This chart indicates the organization of the executive branch, consisting of three statewide elected officials.

The Governor, who is the chief…

Attorney General (Excerpt from the Constitution of Virginia),

Virginia General Assembly

This one-page selection from the Virginia constitution outlines the qualifications for the office of the Attorney General.

What role does the Attorney General play in Virginia government? Why does the Virginia constitution require that the…

The Governor’s Many Hats,

Rebecca Mills

When founded in 1624, Virginia’s governor was appointed by the King of England. Today the Governor of the state of Virginia is elected. In this activity, students will analyze the state Constitution to better understand the role and organization of…

Dillon’s Rule: Should it Stay or Should it Go?,

Shawn English, Fairfax County Public Schools

As one of the central principles that guide policy making decisions of local jurisdictions, Dillon’s Rule (state control of local government) is an important concept in understanding government in the Commonwealth. Students will read an essay about…

2007 Attorney General opinion on school transportation,

Robert McDonnell

In this public letter, Attorney General Robert McDonnell responds to a state delegate asking a legal question about school transportation. The delegate requested legal advice about whether or not a school could charge a fee to transport students to…

Mims Elected Attorney General of Virginia,

David Clementson

This press release discusses the mid-term transition between Attorney Generals. Former Attorney General Robert F. “Bob” McDonnell resigned from office in order to run for Governor. As this happened between elections, the General Assembly…