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Gunner · June 8, 2019 at 8:51 am
MissB · June 4, 2019 at 11:00 am
Ms. Galante does not appear to support a woman's right to choose. I cannot find any information on her website about it either. While I wish I could put my vote to getting a woman elected, I cannot support a candidate who will not support women's reproductive rights. This topic is too important.
Silii · June 2, 2019 at 1:57 pm
Both of these candidates were on top of the issues. This forum emphasized how little Webert has done for constituents in the 18th, how Webert is almost invisible and ignores the important issues facing the 18th, how he doesn't think independently for the 18th, just goes with the flow, is only in office because of his grandmother's money. It's time for a change in Richmond so we are represented by someone who understands and has plans for addressing the opiod crisis, the farming crisis because of tariffs, the problem Fauquier County has in keeping teachers, intelligent gun safety issues such as background checks, limiting handgun purchases to one per month (former Governor McDonnell signed Republican passed legislature to lift all limits on number of gun purchases), allowing localities to enact common sense measures regarding carrying into public buildings (this kind of shooting could easily happen in Warrenton) so badly needed, to wit Virginia Beach, putting controls on suppressors and extended magazines. Republicans have consistently, Webert included, voted down gun safety measures and have, in fact loosened gun rules in Virginia. Webert doesn't care about the safety of his constituents or the financial and business problems they face. Time for a change.