Jordan Pascale, The Virginian-Pilot

Jordan Pascale

The Virginian-Pilot

Norfolk, VA, United States

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Past articles by Jordan:

Winner of tied 94th District race will be determined by drawing next week, barring court ruling

The Board of Elections announcement came after attorney Trevor Stanley filed three motions in court Friday morning saying Democrat Shelly Simonds' lawyers' arguments, which she filed Wednesday, are not new → Read More

Group rallies for "electoral integrity" as 94th House District race moves to court battle

Members of the group Peninsula Indivisible held signs outside Del. David Yancey's office that criticized his campaign and the court that last week allowed review of a contested ballot. → Read More

After crazy ballot fight, all Shelly Simonds wants for Christmas is people to register to vote

Pieces of paper with each candidate's name will be printed and cut to the same size. They're put in film canisters. Mixed up in a bowl. The first name picked → Read More

Virginia officials will randomly pick winner of tied House of Delegates race on Dec. 27

Pieces of paper with each candidate's name will be printed and cut to the same size. → Read More

Republican candidate says 1 ballot was improperly thrown out in Virginia House recount

A vote observer wrote in a letter Tuesday night that one ballot had both candidates' bubbles filled in, but Simonds' bubble had a strike through it. The rest of the → Read More

Judges award Republican 1 vote, causing a tie in House race that will decide balance of power

A three-judge panel decided to count a disputed ballot in 94th House District race, awarding a vote to Republican incumbent Del. David Yancey and causing a tie with Democrat opponent → Read More

After ballot court battle, winner of tied Virginia House race will be chosen at random — with slips of paper in film canisters

A three-judge panel decided to count a disputed ballot in 94th House District race, awarding a vote to Republican incumbent Del. David Yancey and causing a tie with Democrat opponent → Read More

Democrat wins House of Delegates seat by 1 vote, balance of power shifts

Republican incumbent David Yancey won in November by 10 votes against Democrat Shelly Simonds. → Read More

Democrat Shelly Simonds wins Virginia House seat by 1 vote, ending GOP’s 17-year majority

Every vote matters. Canvassers say that to you when they knock on your door and call your phone.It rarely comes down to just one vote. Tuesday it did. → Read More

GOP majority in Virginia House hangs in the balance with recount underway in Newport News

Republican incumbent David Yancey won in November by 10 votes against Democrat Shelly Simonds. → Read More

McAuliffe's budget aims to pad state reserves, proposes Medicaid expansion one last time

If the legislature goes along, it would bring $400 million in federal dollars into state coffers, allowing Virginia to balance its budget and fund other priorities, such as a raise → Read More

Northam's new transportation secretary is Lynchburg-area Transportation Board member

The move could have implications in an already tight Senate where Republicans have a 21-19 majority that could shrink to 20-19. → Read More

Want to watch Ralph Northam get sworn in as governor? Here's how you get tickets

Northam, an Eastern Shore-native and Norfolk resident, will be Virginia's 73rd governor. → Read More

Virginia moving vehicle inspection sticker to driver's side of the windshield

Virginia State Police says the move to the bottom driver's side corner is to accommodate new vehicle technologies. → Read More

Six miles of the I-64 expansion on the Peninsula opens today

A (partially) smoother drive on the Peninsula. Six miles of I-64 expansion is done today after the Governor, other officials cut the ribbon. Two more construction projects to go. → Read More

I-64 High Occupancy Toll lanes opening delayed 60 days as VDOT works out kinks

High Occupancy Toll lanes on I-64, set to begin this month , now won't start for another 60 days. → Read More

TSA sees one of its biggest Thanksgiving travel seasons yet

The Transportation Security Administration screened more than 2.6 million people through security the Sunday after Thanksgiving. → Read More

Gas prices in December will be the highest in 3 years for Virginia

Two major hurricanes, steady demand and continued growth in gasoline exports have put a strain on supply in 2017, AAA reports. → Read More

Getting Around: Transportation during my European vacation was vastly different than America. Here's how.

Here’s what I experienced: * You think we have tolls? You haven’t seen tolls. Wanna use the Autostrade (interstate) to get from one city to another in Italy? You’re gonna pay for that. We traveled from Austria to Venice to Cinque Terre to Rome to San Fele to Naples and back to Rome. Total cost? Nearly 200 euros. Did not research that cost, and boy what a surprise. Sure, we toll tunnels and… → Read More

Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne will be Finance Secretary in Northam administration

RICHMOND Aubrey Layne, the Hampton Roads native who has served as Secretary of Transportation the past four years, will be back to serve another term – just in a different role. Layne will serve as Secretary of Finance for Governor-elect Ralph Northam, who introduced him and other appointments at a Thursday news conference at the Capitol. Northam praised Layne’s accomplishments in… → Read More