The Supreme Court notwithstanding, Virginians like what they see in Arizona:
Close to two-thirds of voters want the Old Dominion to follow Arizona’s lead and adopt a policy requiring police officers to check the immigration status of people they suspect may be in the country illegally, with 34 percent opposing such a move, the Quinnipiac survey found.
The legislation attracts majorities regardless of gender, religion, education level or income. The only demographic group to oppose the law is black voters: Thirty-six percent would support Arizona-style legislation, and 58 percent would oppose it.
And this is a swing state. I’m starting to think that word doesn’t mean what I think it means.