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Lee Carter

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Lee has represented the Virginia 50th District since 2017.

Lee originally moved to Virginia in 2011, after completing five years of service in the United States Marine Corps.

Lee was an active member of the Manassas City Democratic Committee, and spends much of his time working as a community organizer and activist — particularly in the areas of affordable housing and worker protections. He is also a graduate of the Sorensen Institute of Political Leadership. The Carter family are involved members of the Bull Run Unitarian Universalist congregation in Manassas.

Lee joined the Marine Corps during the beginning of the 'Global War on Terror', and worked in technological repair in a Special Operations-capable support unit, completing tours in the Middle East and the Mediterranean. His unit was also one of the first to respond to Haiti, following the devastating earthquake in 2010.

 Issues 

Lee will fight for:

➔ Healthcare +

Lee fought for Medicaid Expansion.

➔ Human Rights +

Lee is an unapologetic supporter of a woman's right to choose.... He will also continue the fight for pay-equity, workplace rights, and increased protection from domestic violence and sexual assault.

➔ Environment/Energy +

We need to act now on green energy projects and rethink transportation. Lee is in favor of expanding the VA Railway Express to limit congestion and expanding our investment in the Green Energy Economy.

Learn more about these issues on Lee's website

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Republican Opponent

Ian Lovejoy

Ian Lovejoy (r) is running for 50th District seat in the House of Delegates in 2019.

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Prince William County, Manassas City

Voting Trend

2018: Kaine received 62% of the vote.
2017: Northam received 58% of the vote.
2017 (HD election): Dem Carter won w. 54%
2016: Clinton received 53% of the vote.
2015 (HD election): Dem lost w. 41%

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Statistics from VPAP, January 2019/May 2019.