LaRock Talks Jobs, Economy at Candidate Forum
LAROCK TALKS JOBS, ECONOMY AT CANDIDATE FORUM
Winchester, VA – Dave LaRock participated today in the House of Delegates Candidates’ Forum sponsored by the Winchester Branch of AAUW (American Association of University Women) and the Friends of Handley Regional Library. In his remarks, Dave focused on his background and experience as a small businessman and his volunteer watchdog efforts that have already saved local residents hundreds of millions of dollars. Dave explained that he will use this experience to fight for smarter spending by applying commonsense, businesslike practices to how Virginia spends taxpayer money. Smarter spending will allow the Commonwealth to increase funding for programs that bring beneficial results without raising taxes on Virginia residents and businesses.
“I will focus on improving how our money is spent so priorities such as high quality education, transportation solutions, and public safety don’t come up short. We need more jobs, and I know the challenges facing the job-creators in our area. We need to get bloated government out of the way. I’ll work at doing that. I will work hard to hold the line on taxes and spending, cut unnecessary regulation, and fight for business-friendly legislation. Who is the candidate in this race that is equipped to help create jobs? Well, I am honored to say the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) answered that question by endorsing just one candidate in this race: me. They know there is no substitute for a proven track record and experience. I have those, and I am ready to get to work.”
About Dave LaRock
Dave LaRock is the Republican candidate for House of Delegates in the 33rd District. He faces Democrat and Libertarian opponents in the November 5th General Election. Dave and his wife, Joanne, have lived in Loudoun County for 27 years building a successful family-owned general contracting business. The LaRocks reside near Hamilton with Abby and John, the youngest of their seven children.
The full text of Dave's remarks at the forum is available here.