Jeremy Aldrich -- May 13th, 2010
The 26th district special election is just over four weeks away, with polls opening early morning on Tuesday June 15th. Three candidates are vying for the right to represent us in Richmond: Democrat Kai Degner, Republican Tony Wilt, and independent Carolyn Frank.
Hunter Thompson said, “politics is the art of controlling your environment.” The condensed time frame for this race means that there’s not much time to exercise that control, as voters have just four weeks to hear from the candidates on issues most important to the district.
So we want to know: what state-level issues are important to you right now? What should the candidates be talking about? What kinds of concerns do you have that our next delegate should know about and take with them to Richmond?