From left: Virginia Democracy Forward (VADF) and We of Action Virginia (WofVA) members Chris Le Menestrel of McLean, with VADF colleague Jody Katz, WofaVA member Jessica Mott of Arlington, First Lady of Virginia Pam Northam, Annette Lang of McLean, and Keith Mott of Arlington. About 13 local residents travelled to Virginia Beach to canvas on behalf of Elaine Luria, the Democratic candidate running against Scott Taylor in the Second Congressional District.
Arlington Democrats teamed up with We of Action Virginia (WofVA), Virginia Democracy Forward (VADF) and other grassroots groups to travel to Virginia Beach to canvass for Elaine Luria who is running for Congress in District 2. As a 20-year Navy vet and small business owner, Luria is in a highly competitive race against incumbent Scott Taylor, a Republican.
About seven Arlingtonians, two McLean residents, three other Northern Virginia residents, and a D.C. resident drove down to Virginia Beach on Saturday morning, Sept. 8, to spend two days canvassing for Luria, hoping to catch some beach time, but experiencing heavy rains and thunderstorms instead. The Luria campaign office was a hive of activity, including a visit with First Lady Pam Northam on Sunday. For more information, see: https://www.vademocracyforward.org and https://wofava.org