Be sure to get out there and vote this November, and Drug WarRant’s new Virginia voting guide will help.
It was a little depressing putting this one together – more tough negative choices than touch positive choices, and a lot of candidates avoided filling out position questionnaires.
Still, we can learn a few important things about Virginia, like the fact that Bob Goodlatte is neither a frothy coffee and milk drink, nor is he “good” at drug policy. And the candidate with the name Al Weed actually looks and acts as far from a long-haired pot-smoking hippy as is humanly possible, yet still garners Drug WarRant’s endorsement. I also learned that there are no Libertarian candidates for Congress in Virginia.
More state guides coming. Let me know if there’s a state you’d like me to tackle next.
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