Control of VA State Senate at Stake in Tuesday's Election

Friday, January 17, 2014

Control of VA State Senate at Stake in Tuesday's Election(Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO)Labor-to-labor walkers tomorrow will enjoy much better weather than last Saturday’s crew, which “braved chilly temperatures and constant rain to knock on labor doors in Virginia's 33rd District for endorsed candidate Jennifer Wexton (right),” reports NoVA president Dan Duncan. Weather forecasts are for clear skies and 40-degree temperatures for the door-knocking, which begins at 9a at the IAM Lodge 1759 hall. “Considering the election in VA's Eastern Shore stands at a difference of seven votes before the recount, we want to make sure the margin in this election will be high enough not to require a recount,” adds NoVa’s Dolores Trevino Gerber. “We can get a large enough margin by getting our labor folks and their family, friends and neighbors out to vote in next Tuesday’s election, which will determine the control of the State Senate of Virginia for the next two years!”  A phone bank is also set for Monday, January 20, 5p at NoVA’s Annandale office.  photo:  Dolores Trevino Gerber, John Rayner & Kendall Martin (Iron 5) and Jennifer Wexton; photo courtesy Dan Duncan


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