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Voting is Open - Please Support Amendment 1 and Republican Candidates!

Dear Friends,

Voting is now open at locations all around the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Along with the candidates for office, there is a critical vote Virginians will be taking -- Amendment 1 to bring redistricting reform to Virginia

For the first time ever, voters have the power to fundamentally change how redistricting is done in Virginia.

If Amendment 1 passes, districts will be drawn based on where people live and the boundaries of their communities -- not to benefit Democrats or Republicans. Voters will be able to choose their politicians, and politicians will no longer be able to choose their voters. 

Getting the amendment on the ballot was a two-year endeavor. In 2019, with Republicans in the majority, we passed the first of two required resolutions. Then, an election must occur and the legislature must again pass the identical amendment in order for it to appear on the ballot. In 2020, Republicans, now in the minority, unanimously supported the resolution while only 9 out of 55 House Democrats supported the resolution.

Because of Republican support, Virginia has the opportunity to amend our Constitution and bring real redistricting reform to Virginia.

If Amendment 1 is passed this November -- as I hope it does -- Virginia will create a bipartisan redistricting commission to handle the drawing of new legislative districts. Redistricting occurs every 10 years, after each census, and impacts the House of Delegates, Senate of Virginia, and Congressional districts.

This would impact the 2021 redistricting process. If Amendment 1 fails, the next opportunity for real redistricting reform wouldn’t be until 2030.

Dino Drudi of Alexandria summed it up well in this recent letter: "...Voters who care about honest government, who believe a viable two-party system produces better government and prevents abuse of power, whether Democrat, Republican, independent, or third party, must vote for the redistricting reform constitutional amendment to preserve our state government's integrity."

A short video explaining the amendment and why we need it is here.

This election is critical for the direction of our country, and Amendment 1 is critical for the direction of our Commonwealth. Please join me in voting YES on Amendment 1 for bipartisan redistricting.


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 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 voter registration deadline is October 13; deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot is October 23, and last day to vote early in-person is October 31.
  • Any registered voter is able to vote now, either in-person or by mail.
  • 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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