RICHMOND – Today, Virginia House Democrats as well as Democratic candidates for the House of Delegates called on Virginia House Republicans to demand an immediate end to this reckless government shutdown.
"I am pleased to express my full support for Mary Daniel as our next delegate for the 33rd District,” Lazaro said in a prepared statement. “As a local government official herself, Mary understands firsthand how the relationship between state and local government is a partnership on such important issues as job creation, transportation, and protecting our quality of life and environment. Mary also knows the impact of state mandates on local governments, and will fight to ensure local taxpayers don't foot the bill for Richmond's regulations.”
Loudoun County was in the eye of the election storm in 2012, with presidential and senate candidates strategically swinging through the area to win over voters in a region considered a political bellwether.
A year later, the attention of national political groups is back on Virginia, and particularly Loudoun. Political action groups are not only pumping money into the campaigns for Virginia’s most powerful offices, but also into races for several House of Delegates seats that both sides consider up for grabs.