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Please Vote Yes on Amendment 1 + Additional Election Info!

Dear Friends,´╗┐

I'm contacting you about a very time-sensitive and important matter, the constitutional amendment on the ballot this year. If you and others approve the amendment on 

Election Day, that would change the way we draw lines for Virginia Senate and House districts as well as congressional districts after each census.

I hope you will vote "yes" on Amendment 1!

Amendment 1 is long-overdue, and is finally on the ballot. It creates a commission of citizens and legislators of both parties to draw district lines in a non-partisan way. The aim is to end gerrymandering (wandering, oddly-shaped) districts in Virginia, in which legislators draw lines on a map and literally pick their voters by packing voters known to support one party or the other into districts to help ensure a particular outcome on election day. 

You can read the details of the amendment here. I voted for this legislation to end gerrymandering last year and this year, as did all Republican Delegates. I'm glad to see the issue is now before the voters.

A bipartisan group of citizens has organized to encourage a “yes” vote on Amendment 1. See more information about FairMapsVA here.

Amendment 1 has bipartisan support from Republicans like me and the Republican Party of Virginia and fair-minded Democrats as well. Many independent groups such as the Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the League of Women Voters support the amendment, as do major newspapers like the Washington Post, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the Roanoke Times and the Winchester Star.

Similar procedures have worked well in other states. One likely, beneficial result is that more legislative districts will have competitive election campaigns, meaning candidates will have to hustle to earn your vote rather than take your vote for granted. Once elected, legislators will likely be more attentive to voters as well.

Thanks for considering these views, and please be sure to vote!


´╗┐Other candidates and issues on the ballot:

Constitutional Amendment #2  

I support this amendment so one automobile or pickup truck for veterans with 100% disability will be free from state and local taxation


President of the United States:

I support President Donald J. Trump


United States Senate:

I support Daniel Gade


U. S. Congress, 10th District:

I support Aliscia Andrews


Loudoun County debt questions "...contract a debt and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds..." totaling $308,306,000

Clarke County Republican nominees I support are April Wilkerson for Clerk of Circuit Court, and Mark Griffin for Supervisor, Berryville District

Mayor and Town Council members in Leesburg, Round Hill and Hillsboro. I support Kari Nacy for Leesburg Town Council


Where, when and how to vote

  • The last day to vote early absentee in-person is Saturday, October 31
  • Any registered voter is able to vote now, either in-person or by returning your mail-in ballot by mail or in-person at a dropbox early or on Election Day
  • Voting hours at registrar's offices and satellite locations, sample ballots, and more information is on my website at

As always, thank you for the honor and privilege of serving you in the Virginia House of Delegates. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions!


If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call or email my office at 540-751-8364 or You can also follow me on Twitter @LaRock4Delegate and like my Facebook page to keep up to date.


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District Office: P.O. Box 6, Hamilton, Virginia 20159 (540) 751-8364

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