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See the Facts on Important Virginia Primary

June 9, 2017 by Ellen Janoski

Primary Election Day is June 13!
See the facts, and share the facts, before voting.

Don’t be misled by campaign rhetoric, see the facts for yourself before the primary election on June 13.

This year’s race for governor has gained national attention and is shaping up to be a highly competitive race. It is important to get the facts in the hands of conservative voters before Tuesday.

Also important is the Lieutenant Governor’s race as well as contested races in the Virginia House of Delegates. Of note is House of Delegates District 28 where the incumbent speaker, William Howell, is not seeking re-election.  Three candidates are running for the hotly contested Republican nomination.

The statewide and House of Delegate seats covered in our voter guide do not have a Republican incumbent except House of Delegates districts 21 and 54.  In district 21 a more conservative challenger is running against the incumbent.

 There are some interesting candidates running and voters are trying to sort through the rhetoric. Please pass on this important information today!

iVoterGuide’s Side-by-Side comparison tool makes voting for the right candidate easier than ever before.

 

 

Please help us make an impact in these important primary elections on June 13th by reaching out to your friends and family in Virginia and letting them know iVoterGuide.com answers the questions on all the issues that matter most.
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Ellen Janoski

Ellen came to iVoterGuide with a background in political campaigns including her own run for the Kansas State House of Representatives in 2010. She oversaw the Political Management Team for a leading public relations firm in Pennsylvania. Ellen worked for The Leadership Institute in Washington, D.C. and traveled across America teaching a wide-array of political workshops including grassroots, campaign management, social media marketing and fundraising.Ellen has been a consultant and an activist for various political campaigns ranging from small town judicial races all the way to holding campaign positions in presidential campaigns.Recently Ellen was appointed by the Governor of Kansas to sit on a state board.

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