Comstock, Foust take 10th District debate stage Wednesday
Presented by the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, the debate begins at 11:30 a.m. at the National Conference Center.
Comstock remains the favorite in the tight 10th District race, according to the Rothenberg Political Report/Roll Call, although Foust held double the cash on hand heading into the final months of the contest.
“The 10th Congressional District is considered a major swing district by both political parties,” Tony Howard, president of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, said in a statement. “Delegate Comstock and Supervisor Foust know that carrying Loudoun County, which comprises half the population and land area of the District, is essential to winning the 10th Congressional District. With so much at stake, this debate offers an unprecedented opportunity for Loudoun’s business leaders to learn where each candidate stands on the important issues that will shape Virginia’s and our nation’s future.”
The event is co-sponsored by the Greater Reston and Dulles Regional Chambers of Commerce.
Click here to read a recap of the Sept. 3 forum between Comstock and Foust.
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