It may be tough to believe it's been just a week and a half since a racist photograph in a decades-old medical school yearbook knocked Virginia's leadership into disarray. Consider: In just 10 days, Gov. Ralph Northam has admitted to being in to being in the racist photo — then denied it, then admitted to wearing blackface on a separate occasion. Attorney General Mark Herring said he, too, had donned blackface . And two sexual assault allegations have surfaced against Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax . But amid all this turmoil, there is at least one thing that has not happened: Not one of the three men has bowed to public pressure and resigned. Virginia "needs someone who is strong who has empathy, who has courage and who has a moral compass," Northam told...
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Virginia State Leaders Hold On Tight To Office After More Than A Week Of Turmoil