Ralph Northam ( Democratic Party) was the Governor of Virginia. He assumed office on January 13, 2018. He left office on January 15, 2022. Northam ( Democratic Party) ran for re-election for Governor of Virginia. He won in the general election on November 7, 2017.
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But GOP legislators ousted him from that position in 2016, saying they preferred to have a lawyer in the role. Former Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam appointed Piper as elections commissioner two years later, and he remained in that job until Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin replaced him in early 2022.
In 2021, Gov. Ralph Northam (D) pardoned Morrissey in one of his last official acts as governor. Morrissey has said he is working to get his law license restored. Comments. Gift Article ...
The statue has been the focal point of protester over the death of George Floyd. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has ordered the removal of the statue. (AP Photo/Steve Helber) Steve Helber
Gov. Ralph Northam along with state health and safety officials have been giving frequent updates on the fight against COVID-19 in Virginia.
Ralph Northam Age, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More. 2007: Ran for office in the Virginia 6th Senate district and on November 6, 2007, he defeated Nick Rerras, a two-term Republican incumbent. 2011: Re-elected, defeating Ben Loyola, Jr., a defense contractor. 2013: Ran for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia.
The Senate budget endorses Northam’s proposal of $500 million in state general funds, but Knight said the House committee fashioned a solution that would use about $292 million in general tax ...
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HURT, Va. — Gov. Ralph Northam joined federal, state and local representatives this morning in the Town of Hurt as Ohio-based manufacturing subsidiary Staunton River Plastics broke ground on its new facility here in Pittsylvania County. "It is an exciting day to be in Pittsylvania County," Northam said. Staunton River Plastics announced in ...
in early 2019, of the then-governor, Democrat Ralph Northam, who said a “discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother” about the fate of a baby born with “severe deformities ...