New Dominion Podcast: Joshua Cole on Building Bridges

Joshua Cole (D) is a former member of and present candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates who shares his perspective on how work gets done in Richmond, how his Christian faith shapes his values as a Democrat, and his experiences making Virginia better for Lottie, Dottie, and everybody.

New Dominion Podcast: Howard Rudat

Howard Rudat is running for Rock Hill Supervisor in Stafford County and shares his background and vision, why bringing national politics to local government is a bad idea, Muslim cemeteries… and how Stafford desperately needs a movie theater.

New Dominion Podcast: Matt Kelly, Transportation, and ADUs

  Fredericksburg City Councilman Matt Kelly discusses the relationship between Richmond and localities, the region’s $10 billion transportation hole, the role of local businesses, the need for broader regional buy-in when tackling serious regional problems, and of course — ADUs.

New Dominion Podcast: Supervisor Tom Coen and Deuntay Diggs

Supervisor Tom Coen (I-George Washington) is a veteran educator representing the George Washington District for Stafford County. Deuntay Diggs (I) is a veteran deputy for Stafford County and a VMI graduate. If you are looking for a debate where two gentlemen can disagree without being disagreeable, then this is the debate you have been waiting […]

New Dominion Podcast: Traci Abramson

Traci Abramson is an accomplished local author of 45 bestselling books and is an eight-time Whitney Award winner, including 2017 and 2019 Best Novel of the Year, who shares with us her unique style of writing, the great work being done at Jacob’s Ladder helping feed Fredericksburg area residents, and how to tackle controversial books […]

New Dominion Podcast: Leigh Anne Van Doren

Leigh Anne Van Doren is the publisher and the owner of Fredericksburg Parent and Family, who shares her thoughts about moms as an underserved community, the importance of pre-K development, and how the Dolly Parton Imagination Library is putting great books into tiny hands. Plus plenty of discussion about the new FXBG Advance. You can […]

New Dominion Podcast: Adam Lynch

Adam Lynch Ever wonder what an ADU even is? Adam Lynch serves as the vice-chair for the Fredericksburg Planning Commission and explains not only the ins and outs of ADUs, the arguments for and against, and why he discovered his own interest in city planning. A must listen episode. You can also listen to this […]

New Dominion Podcast: Ben Litchfield

Ben Litchfield and Bridging the Working Class Divide Ben Litchfield is a former Stafford Democratic Committee chairman and the former candidate for the Democratic nod in SD-27. Litchfield talks about voter fatigue, how campaign finance is overwhelming the interests of people in favor of raw capital, and how investing in childcare and the working class […]