This Sunday afternoon, September 20, I hope you’ll join me for a very informal, safe and socially-distanced meet-and-greet event at Richards Fruit Market on Middle Road.
This has been a difficult year, and one that had required creativity during the political campaign season. As the Democratic candidate for the Frederick County Board of Supervisors in the Shawnee District, it has been a challenge to meet voters face-to-face, to discuss issues of concern to our community…but I want to make myself available to everyone, and I hope to see you on Sunday, between 2-4 p.m.
Richards – an old fashioned, fifth generation family farm – is located at 6410 Middle Road, about eight miles from the intersection of Valley Avenue and Middle Road. September is apple season in the Shenandoah Valley, and I’ll have complementary apples to share, along with conversation and fellowship. As always, bring your mask…and an open mind.
If you can’t come Sunday but would still like to support the campaign, we can always use your help. Please CLICK HERE to make a donation, CLICK HERE to volunteer, and CLICK HERE if you would like a yard sign for your residence or place of business.
Early voting in Virginia starts Friday, so September will be a more important month than ever – important for getting out our message about Building Our Future through greater business and job opportunities, a good educational environment for our children, quality and affordable health care for our citizens, and a strong and modern infrastructure. You can read more about my platform and my vision by CLICKING HERE.
PS: If you’re interested in safe and early voting during this pandemic, go to www.vote.org/absentee-ballot and sign up to receive an absentee ballot. The process is quick and easy.