The nearly 3-year-old blackface scandal surrounding Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has resurfaced as the state's Democratic and Republican gubernatorial nominees court Black voters ahead of next week's election. It's not a good look for Terry McAuliffe or Glenn Youngkin.
Gov. Ralph Northam and Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax appeared together in public for the first time in many months to pitch gun control in the wake of the Virginia Beach shooting.
An “investigation” into Ralph Northam's blackface medical school yearbook photo couldn't prove if the Virginia governor was actually pictured in the racist image.
Gov. Ralph Northam canceled his appearance at a fundraiser after demonstrators showed up to protest his blackface scandal.
Just one month ago, there was widespread demand for Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to resign for having worn blackface. But now that storm seems to have passed.
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