Three Black women— Jennifer Carroll Foy, Jennifer McClellan, and Princess Blanding— are up for election in VA's gubernatorial race.
Virginia State Sen. Jennifer McClellan has announced her bid to become the first Black woman governor of the Commonwealth and this country.
Foy, who delayed her campaign to focus on being a delegate amid the COVID-19 pandemic, is more determined than ever to serve Virginians.
Despite his faux pas, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is still insistent that he is willing to learn, and refuses to step down from office.