Atty Chuck Smith running for Attorney General of State of Va representing RCC members against 3 Board members for lying to Judge and from trying to take over Church from Founding Pastor.
The Republican Party of Virginia has removed the requirement for the party loyalty pledge. A unanimous vote from the party’s State Central Committee ended the requirement. Many have criticized the oath, including GOP presidential candidate, Donald Trump, saying it deters first-time voters and independents. “We’re delighted,” said Corey Stewart, chairman of Trump’s Virginia campaign. “It
Trump’s Virginia Campaign Supporters hearing set for Wednesday, January 13, 2016 against state GOP in the Richmond, Virginia federal court
By ANDREW SHANNON – Newport News, Virginia Virginia Beach Attorney Chuck Smith filed a lawsuit against the Virginia GOP and the Virginia State Board of Elections in the federal court on behalf of Trump Virginia Campaign supporters on Wednesday, January 06, 2016 and the hearing is set for Wednesday, January 13, 2016. “On Wednesday, January
The lawsuit by attorney Chuck Smith was not filed at the behest of the Trump campaign. But it follows the threat of legal action Dec. 30 by the mogul’s Virginia campaign chairman Corey Stewart and angry tweets on the pledge sent out by the billionaire businessman’s Twitter account. The plaintiffs are three black pastors who
Theresa Clift of the Daily Press reported on a suit filed against the Office of Human Affairs by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The Virginia chapter of the SCLC is ordering the OHA (a local organization that serves low-income families) to release documents requested in response to a Freedom of Information Act by Andrew Shannon
A little over a week and a third discrimination complaint has been filed. The third employee has been with the Newport News Circuit Court clerk’s office for 34 years and denied promotion and pay raises due to her being African American. No comments have been made by the court clerk. Full article can be read
Two employees from the Newport News Virginia Circuit Court clerk’s office have filed complaints on discrimination based on race. Deputy Clerk Barry Harmon and most recently Nicole Allmondjoy. The issues have people questioning clerk Gary S. Anderson. Full article can be read at wavy.com.