SD-37 Special: The Evening Before
A reminder to all voters in the 37th Senate District, the Republican Firehouse Primary is tomorrow, December 1st, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., at Centreville High School, 6001 Union Mill Rd. Any registered voter in the 37th District can vote.
If you’re a voter still making up your mind, I’ve done two previous posts that cover all the candidates, and reached out to all the campaigns for one last hurrah. Will Nance’s campaign offers their latest mailer, as well as a video of Nance speaking at the FCRC meeting two weeks ago:
Marianne Horinko is the only campaign with an active letter to the editor campaign, scoring two letters in the latest Burke Connection. Connection doesn’t have the widest circulation, but the people that read and care about its content are the types most likely to vote in a special election for state office. Horinko also snapped this picture with Dick Heller:
Meanwhile, they also sent me one of their many mailers, which you can find here. It features endorsement quotes from Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe and departed columnist Robert Novak, to shore up her conservative bonafides. Will Nance’s campaign also announced they were endorsed by the Concerned Women for America, the largest public policy women’s organization.
I hope tomorrow we’re all able to unite behind a candidate and keep this seat in Republican hands. As I noted before, despite now having five Delegate seats, three Supervisor seats, three School Board seats, and Bob McDonnell carrying it, this is our only Senate seat left in Fairfax County. And more importantly, the 37th District deserves more than a self-serving opportunist who doesn’t even live in the district, even now that he’s running.