Richmond Sunlight: the best website in VA?

Brent Finnegan -- January 9th, 2007

Today Waldo Jaquith (from whom I got the idea for hburgnews) went public with a new website called Richmond Sunlight, an all-purpose political bill tracking site that works like a blog (you can comment on the bills). Practically everything that goes on in the state capital building is on there.

It has pages and RSS feeds for every delegate and senator in the state, so you can track them. Check it out:

Mark Obenshain’s page
Matt Lohr’s page


2 Responses to “Richmond Sunlight: the best website in VA?”

  1. cook says:

    Thanks for the link. I had been tracking certain bills at the official Gen Ass website, which actually isn’t too bad, but the Sunlight site seems at first glance to be very user friendly — as long as it is kept up to date.

  2. finnegan says:

    I’m pretty confident that it will be kept up-to-date. It’s going to be maintained by the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy.

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