Democrat announces 33rd House District campaign
Walbridge, a Round Hill resident, small business owner and farmer, announced plans to seek her party's nomination Monday night.
The Republican-leaning 33rd District covers western Loudoun County and portions of Frederick and Clarke counties. LaRock won his 2015 contest by 23 percent of the vote.
Walbridge said she has been “inspired to action in political and public life seeing partisan issues being forced into local Virginia politics.”
The Democrat listed strengthening public education, supporting the rural economy and equality for everyone as key issues on which she'll focus.
“I believe that all people are created equal and should be free to pursue their version of happiness and achieve an American dream that is uniquely their own,” Walbridge said in a statement. “Your version of the American dream may be a beautiful home in the heart of Purcellville. Or perhaps it is teaching your children at home and living a life close to the earth. Whatever your piece of the American tapestry looks like, I will fight passionately to support it, I will work tirelessly to improve our laws, regulations, and codes to help you and your businesses.”
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