5th District Candidates Certified

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I’m pleased to report that I filed the “Party Certification of Primary Candidates” (form 527) with the Virginia Election Administrator at the State Department of Elections on Monday, March 30, 2020, at approximately 4 p.m. This form is required per the Code of Virginia, 24.2-527, and lists the nominated candidates for the Primary ballot. Form … Continue reading 5th District Candidates Certified

One-on-one with Jane Dittmar

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Jane Dittmar, Democratic candidate for the United States House of Representatives 5th Congressional District, said job creation and cooperation are her top priorities during a live interview on Good Day Virginia Friday morning. Job expansion requires a multi-faceted approach and is highly dependent on business expansion. Creating an economic climate in the 5th District that … Continue reading One-on-one with Jane Dittmar

Dittmar Declared Winner in 5th District Debate

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Attendees saw a stark contrast between Dittmar and her opponent. Additionally, attendees once again saw the strong similarities between Garrett and Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump. Dittmar offered her pragmatic, solutions-oriented approach to important issues to the voters of the 5th district: job creation and infrastructure—both key components of her economically driven platform. Garrett, however, … Continue reading Dittmar Declared Winner in 5th District Debate

The Most Overrated Intellect In Washington

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If details enable #Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan’s opponents to discredit his ideas, then Ryan defends himself by refusing to offer details. As Tara Culp-Ressler notes, Ryan’s latest set of health care proposals “doesn’t include information about exactly how many people would be covered, exactly how much the proposal would cost, or exactly … Continue reading The Most Overrated Intellect In Washington