Another Democrat announces 10th District campaign
McLean resident Lindsey Davis Stover, a former Obama administration official and communications professional, has launched a campaign website and said she will file the paperwork to begin fundraising, the Washington Post reports.
“We’re in a moment when courage is required of all of us,” Stover said on her campaign Facebook page. “We need the courage to protect and strengthen our public schools. We need to stand up for American jobs that give families a shot at getting ahead. We must secure health care for all and give veterans the support they have earned and deserve.”
Army veteran and Rhodes Scholar Dan Helmer and Kimberly Adams, past president of the Fairfax teacher’s union, have already announced Democratic candidacies.
Comstock, a former state delegate, won her first congressional race in 2014 by 16 percent of the vote over Fairfax County Supervisor John Foust. In last November's race, she defeated real estate developer LuAnn Bennett by six points.
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