U.S. Sen. Mark Warner met Sunday with young Democrats from Culpeper, Orange and Madison counties. Warner, Virginia’s senior senator, encouraged the teens to stay involved with politics, and described some of his legislative initiatives, including the Stop Stupid Acts bill he introduced. The bill would ensure that, if there was another government shutdown, most government activities would continue, while only Congress and White House employees would have their pay stopped. Warner took questions from the teens, who asked about immigration policies, taxes and the deficit.
High School Students from Virginia’s Seventh District will have the Opportunity to Win a Trip to Washington, D.C. to spend the day with their Congresswoman.
Deadline: Monday, February 4, 2019 at 5:00pm ET
Essays Will Explore the Topic of Engagement in Public Life
Essays should be submitted
to Spanberger’s office by Monday, February 4, 2019 at 5:00pm ET. The winner
will be announced on Spanberger’s official Facebook and Twitter accounts on
Saturday, February 15, 2019. After the announcement, the winner will be invited
to spend a day in Washington, D.C. to experience a firsthand view of the
workings of Congress
The Spanberger for Congress campaign will open an office in Orange on Saturday, August 25 at 2:00 pm. Please join Abigail and other members of the team for the opening. Everyone should be engaged in the remaining days of the campaign. There is a job for each of us – canvassing, phone banking, post card writing, staffing the campaign office, providing campaign office supplies, financial contributions…and more. The Orange office is the same location as was used by the Dan Ward and Ben Hixon campaigns – on Chapman Street behind The Light Well restaurant and Virginia National Bank. As a minimum, just show up and show your support! Please share with others who are interested.
Canvassing in Orange will follow the office opening.