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Special election for Senate District 9 today

Those of you west of Mosby/Mechanicsville or north and east of the general CHPN coverage area get to vote today in a special election for State Senate District 9 (map). Democrat Jennifer McClellan and Libertarian Corey Fauconier are vying for the seat left vacant by Donald McEachin’s election to the new 4th Congressional District.

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Senate District 9 in light purple (click to view larger)

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Jennifer McClellan has served in the Virginia House of Delegates from the 71st District since 2005. She is also Assistant General Counsel at Verizon Communications.

Corey “Sage” Fauconier has worked with nonprofits Concerned Black Men CARES, Get Involved RVA, Toastmasters International, Toastmasters International Youth Leadership, S.L.A.N.G. and the Richmond Crusade for Voters. He worked as the Campaign Manager for Carl R. Loser for Virginia State Senate in 2015, and was selected as the Communications Chair of the Libertarian Party of Virginia in 2016.

The rest of the CHPN coverage area is in State Senate District 16, represented by Rosalyn Dance (map).

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Ano Ali
Ano Ali
3 years ago

I’m voting for Jennifer. One is because I support her views and second is that I believe that she can become governor of VA one day. I’m an African American male and I love to see other African American males do positive things in the community,and I even considered voting for Corey, but after talking to him on twitter and seeing who endorsed him, and reading some of the comments he made defending Trump, I believe that he leans more republican than libertarian. I’m not saying anything bad about republicans because their have been some good republican politicians, I just… Read more »

Sarah Elizabeth
Sarah Elizabeth
3 years ago

Wow. Those district lines make no sense. It’s almost as if they were drawn that way on purpose. 😉

Bea Cross
Bea Cross
2020 years ago

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Bill Hartsock
Bill Hartsock
3 years ago

Of course we were grouped in territories that precluded equal representation. That’s the Republican way!

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