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Amy Laufer

SD-17

Amy Laufer

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Amy is founder of Virginia's List, a former teacher, Charlottesville City School Board member since 2011.

Amy Laufer served on the Charlottesville City School Board for seven years. She is the founder of Virginia’s List, an organization that supports Democratic women running for state office. Amy is a former middle school teacher and Peace Corps volunteer.

 Issues 

Amy will fight for:

➔ Healthcare +

  • Abolish the work mandate to receive Medicaid Expand broadband access to increase opportunities for telemedicine
  • Address the opioid crisis
  • Fully fund needle exchange programs and provide Narcan free of charge to first responders and schoo
  • ➔ Education +

  • Universal preschool
  • Raising teacher pay
  • Increasing technological training, including certification programs, in our high schools
  • Ensuring special education is well-funded and effective
  • More technology — and better technology —
  • ➔ Human Rights +

    "She understands the need to ensure that all of our citizens, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic background, or religion, are able to have the opportunity to succeed and thrive."

    ➔ Environment/Energy +

  • Support the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030
  • Expand the green economy
  • Change the law, so that citizens can sell their solar energy back to the grid unimpeded
  • Encourage
  • Learn more about these issues on Amy's website

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    Republican Opponent

    Bryce Reeves*

    Bryce Reeves has served in the State Senate since 2012.

     District Profile 

    SD-17

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    Spotsylvania Co, Orange Co, Albemarle Co, Louisa Co, Fredericksburg City, Culpeper Co

    Voting Trend

    2018: Kaine received 52% of the vote.
    2017: Northam received 49% of the vote.
    2016: Clinton received 44% of the vote.
    2015 (SD election): Dem lost w. 38%

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    Statistics from VPAP, January 2019/May 2019.