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Beverly Harrison

HD-15

Beverly Harrison

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Beverly is a Developmental Psychologist running in HD-15

"I will always put the good of our people over party politics."

Beverly Harrison spent years working on behalf of children and families.

 Issues 

Beverly will fight for:

➔ Healthcare +

"I believe that every person in our should have access to quality, affordable health care coverage. ... I believe that every person in our should have access to quality, affordable health care coverage."

"I will work to provide support to families struggling to recover from addiction."

➔ Education +

"I will work to give your children a high-quality education..."

Beverly's opponent is the only person in the General Assembly to earn a 0% percent rating from the Virginia Education Association

➔ VA Workers & Economy +

"We need an economy where parents and children can afford to live and work in the valley, where small businesses thrive, and our rural agricultural history is respected."

Beverly Harrison

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Republican Opponent

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Todd Gilbert*

Republican Gilbert has held this office since 2006.
  • Gilbert received a $200K donation from the NRA. (Largest NRA donation ever.)
  • Gilbert sponsored a bill allowing people w concealed gun permits to bring guns into restaurants.
  • Sponsored repeal of "one gun a month" law.
  • Gilbert voted against allowing the ERA to be voted on by the House of Delegates
  • Gilbert has a 0% rating by the Virginia Education Association.
  • * = Incumbent

     HD-15 District Profile 
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    Shenandoah Co, Page Co, Warren Co, Rockingham Co

    HD-15 Voting Trend

    2018: Kaine received 30%.
    2017: Northam received 28%.
    2017 (HD election): No Dem candidate.
    2016: Clinton received 24%.
    2015 (HD election): No Dem candidate.

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    Statistics from VPAP, January 2019/May 2019.