In the News
"Republican in 8th District pledges not to take energy-company funds"
7.30.18, The Daily Press
"Virginia requires campaign finance reform"
7.26.18, The Washington Post
"Virginia lobbyist defends a client in unexpected way: by saying no to politicians"
7.6.18, The News & Advance
"'Pay to Play' in the State Legislature"
6.25.18, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Lobbying firm to Va. lawmakers: If you refuse Apco money, you won't get any from us"
3.12.18, Waging Nonviolence
"Inside the grassroots plan to get fossil fuel money out of politics"
2.16.18, Richmond Times-Dispatch [Audio]
"Capitol Chat: Halftime at the General Assembly"
Graham Moomaw, Jeff Schapiro, Patrick Wilson
2.12.18, Huffington Post
"What A Battle Over Virginia’s Most Powerful Monopoly Can Teach Democrats Everywhere"
"Congressional candidates refusing cash from utility companies"
2.8.18, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Major Democratic donor in Virginia aims to counter Dominion donations with his own money"
2.7.18, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Majority of Democrats running for Congress in Va. pledge not to take money from Dominion, ApCo"
12.23.17, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"After calls for campaign finance reform, Gov.-elect Ralph Northam takes corporate money for inauguration"
12.5.17, Huffington Post
"Leaked PowerPoint Reveals The Gas Industry’s Playbook For Waging Pipeline Fights"
Alexander C. Kaufman
"Dominion Power faces new Prince William delegation"
11.28.17, The Washington Post
“Campaign to elect a pipeline:” Va.’s most powerful company ran multi-front fight"
11.9.17, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Thirteen candidates who refused Dominion money win seats in General Assembly"
11.8.17, Huffington Post
"How Democrats Won Big In The Virginia House — And Why It Matters"
11.8.17, The Washington Post
"Is it finally blue? Democrats speed Virginia’s transformation — thanks to Trump"
11.3.17, The American Prospect
"Between Pragmatism and Purity: Virginia Democrats Try to Come Together"
10.18.17, In These Times
"Why the Democrats and Movements Need Each Other"
Frances Fox Piven, Lorraine C. Minnite
10.18.17, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam campaign flier removes picture of LG candidate Justin Fairfax"
10.13.17, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Dominion executives bundle donations to Virginia lawmakers' campaign accounts"
Patrick Wilson, Graham Moomaw
10.13.17, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"A changing landscape for a power player"
9.27.17, Millennial Politics [Audio]
"New Pod: Virginia, #TakeAKnee, and Chelsea Manning"
8.4.17, WVTF [Audio]
"Pipeline Prospects: Long-Term Implications"
7.30.17, The Washington Post
"‘They would work their hearts out for him’ if only Northam opposed pipelines, protesters say"
7.13.17, E&E News
"Northam won't 'hinder' Atlantic pipeline; greens affirm support"
6.27.17, E&E News
"Northam struggles with pipeline ties as activists dig in"
6.22.17, The American Prospect
"Virginia's Power Broker"
5.23.17, CBS 19, Charlottesville [Video]
"Dozens of candidates reject campaign contributions from energy companies"
5.11.17, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Perriello sold financial stake in company linked to pipeline and Trump's border wall"
5.10.17, Bristol Herald Courier
"Tell your lawmakers to take the pledge: No more corporate cash"
5.8.17, The Roanoke Times
"Make 'em take the pledge: no more snuff boxes!"
5.3.17, The Washington Post
"Virginia power broker in the hot seat in governor's race"
4.18.17, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"More than 50 Democrats running for Virginia House pledge to refuse Dominion money"
"How A Progressive Virginia Group Is Trying To Win Locally"
3.12.17, Blue Virginia
"The Question for 2017: To What Extent Can Virginia Dems Turn Our 3% “Win Rate” (2011-2015) Around?"
3.11.17, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Amid Trump resistance, Virginia Democrats see surge of candidates for House of Delegates"
2.22.17, The Washington Post
"Republicans are facing the ire of the anti-Trump movement this week. Will it last?"
2.17.17, Daily Press
"Indivisible rally set for Presidents Day in Williamsburg"
1.4.17, The Virginian-Pilot
"Virginia Beach Democrat hauls in money from all 50 states in bid to take Scott Taylor's House of Delegates seat"
Patrick Wilson, Mike Connors