Tag Greason’s 2013 opponent is Liz Miller
Virginia Delegate Tag Greason is undoubtedly relieved he won’t endure the loneliness of another unopposed campaign. Liz Miller has announced she will be running as an independent for the 32nd district seat in the House of Delegates.
She reportedly will seek the endorsement of the local Democratic Party. The Democrats’ Howard Dean inspired program to challenge for every office at every level will certainly find a logical starting point in Virginia’s 2013 elections: a bellwether state with many bellwether localities, a purple state, and generally on political junkies’ radar just because we all so crazy bout the politics. (New Jersey also has elections but won’t attract a lot of national attention because, well, New Jersey).
Even though not running as a Democrat, Ms. Miller helps fill the slate of challengers to local Republican office holders.
“Off year” elections in Virginia are typically a circus, though generally of the Cole Bros. variety; in 2013, we’re poised to go full Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey. Having an outspoken activist and blogger like Ms. Miller join the fray locally ensures excitement, debate and blog traffic in Loudoun County.