All the chats in Virginia

  1. Chats in Accomack County
  2. Chats in Albemarle County
  3. Chats in Alleghany County
  4. Chats in Amherst County
  5. Chats in Arlington County
  6. Chats in Augusta County
  7. Chats in Bedford County
  8. Chats in Botetourt County
  9. Chats in Campbell County
  10. Chats in Carroll County
  11. Chats in Chesterfield County
  12. Chats in City of Bristol
  13. Chats in City of Buena Vista
  14. Chats in City of Charlottesville
  15. Chats in City of Chesapeake
  16. Chats in City of Danville
  17. Chats in City of Emporia
  18. Chats in City of Fairfax
  19. Chats in City of Falls Church
  20. Chats in City of Fredericksburg
  21. Chats in City of Galax
  22. Chats in City of Harrisonburg
  23. Chats in City of Hopewell
  24. Chats in City of Lexington
  25. Chats in City of Manassas
  26. Chats in City of Manassas Park
  27. Chats in City of Martinsville
  28. Chats in City of Newport News
  29. Chats in City of Norfolk
  30. Chats in City of Norton
  31. Chats in City of Poquoson
  32. Chats in City of Portsmouth
  33. Chats in City of Radford
  34. Chats in City of Richmond
  35. Chats in City of Roanoke
  36. Chats in City of Staunton
  37. Chats in City of Suffolk
  38. Chats in City of Virginia Beach
  39. Chats in City of Waynesboro
  40. Chats in City of Williamsburg
  41. Chats in Clarke County
  42. Chats in Culpeper County
  43. Chats in Fairfax County
  44. Chats in Fauquier County
  45. Chats in Fluvanna County
  46. Chats in Franklin County
  47. Chats in Giles County
  48. Chats in Gloucester County
  49. Chats in Halifax County
  50. Chats in Hanover County

Virginia, officially the Commonwealth of Virginia, is one of fifty states that, together with Washington D. C., form the United States. Its capital is Richmond and its most populous city, Virginia Beach. It is located in the South region of the country, South Atlantic division, bordering northwest with West Virginia, to the northeast with the Potomac River that separates it from Maryland and Washington DC, to the south with North Carolina, to the southwest with Tennessee and to the west with Kentucky. He was admitted to the Union on June 25,1788, as the 10th state.

It is named after Queen Elizabeth I of England, who, having never married, was known as "the virgin queen." The state is known by the nickname "Old Dominion" and sometimes by "Mother of Presidents", being the birthplace of eight American presidents. The roots of modern Virginia date back to the founding of the Virginia Colony in 1607 by the Virginia Company of London. Agriculture, colonialism and slavery played significant roles in their economy and politics during the early stages. It was the first English colony in the New World and one of the thirteen colonies that would participate in the War of Independence, and later became the heart of the Confederation in the American Civil War. The capital of the Commonwealth is Richmond, while Virginia Beach is the most populous city and Fairfax County is the most populous political subdivision. According to the 2010 United States Census, the population of the state was 8,001,024.

Although traditionally conservative and historically part of the South, modern Virginia is a politically competitive state for the two main national political parties. Virginia has an economy with several important settlements, including the Pentagon of the Department of Defense and various federal agencies in the North of the state, military bases in Hampton Roads, as well as significant agricultural production. The so-called "Historic Triangle" includes the popular tourist destinations of the American history of Jamestown, Yorktown and the living museum of Colonial Williamsburg. The growth of the technology sector has made the chips the main export of the state, with the industry based on solidity of its public schools and its universities The areas where the state needs to improve include health care and protection of the environment.