Virginia has been a little quiet on the political front the past two years, but the next two sure look they'll be fun.
In January, 20 Republicans and 20 Democrats will gather to start the session. Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling can break the tie, giving Republicans control.
In the U.S. Senate, the vice president can break ties. Doesn't the same hold in Virginia?
The Democrats didn't want Bolling to vote.
They lost today.
Will they continue to try and suppress Bolling's vote?