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Christian Worth

HD-24

Christian Worth

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Christian ran in a Dec 18, 2018 Special Election for this seat. She lost 40/59% to Ronnie Campbell.

Christian has a Family Law practice. She has been a dedicated Democratic volunteer as a member of the Lexington City Democratic Committee, helping to run Get Out The Vote efforts for the past three elections. She serves on the board of CARE Rockbridge and United Way of Rockbridge, and is an ever-present volunteer at local events and festivals.

 Issues 

Christian will fight for:

➔ Healthcare +

  • Make sure families know their Medicaid eligibility
  • Increase the number of mental health providers in rural areas
  • Utilize the expansion of Nurse Practitioner authority to attract more rural medical services to our district.
  • ➔ Education +

  • Return public school per pupil funding to pre-recession levels.
  • Acquire funding for older schools
  • Retain quality teachers in rural areas with competitive pay and benefits
  • ➔ Workforce +

  • Provide our young people with the skills and work ethic to enter their career of choice.
  • Help small businesses and farms
  • Ensure a living wage is paid to all workers.
  • ➔ Environment/Energy +

  • Pipelines threaten our land, water, air, livestock and wildlife.
  • Renewable energy will bring jobs to our area
  • Environmental responsibility to assure our agritourism and outdoor recreation industries can thrive.
  • Issues listed above are based on text in the candidate's website.

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     District Profile 

    HD-24

    Rockbridge County, Amherst County, Augusta County, Lexington, Buena Vista City
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    Republican Opponent

    Ronnie Campbell*

    Ronnie Campbell has served in the House of Delegates since 2019.

      HD-24 Voting Trend

      2018: Kaine received 34.9% of the vote.
      2017: Northam received 34% of the vote.
      2016: Clinton received 30% of the vote.

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      Statistics from VPAP, January 2019.