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Wendy Gooditis

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Wendy Gooditis

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Wendy Gooditis has represented the 10th VA House of Delegates District since 2017.

Wendy is a career educator, activist, and community leader. She's fought for universal healthcare, an equal opportunity economy, and competitive public schools.

About a week into her first candidacy, Wendy lost her younger brother to mental illness, so she understands firsthand the need for mental health reform and support for working Virginia families.

After 25 years in the area and a wide-ranging career in technology, education, and real-estate, Wendy ran for office to ensure that Richmond works for all Virginians.

 Issues 

Wendy will fight for:

➔ Healthcare +

Wendy voted to expand Medicaid. As a result an estimated 400,000 Virginians don't have to keep making the impossible choices between paying healthcare bills or paying the mortgage.

➔ Education +

Wendy is a staunch supporter of a living wage and benefits for public educators, so that Virginia can recruit and retain the nation's top talent.

➔ Workforce +

  • Competitive public and technical education systems
  • A living minimum wage and jobs for our veterans.
  • Protection of worker rights and labor unions
  • Equal economic opportunity for all Virginians.
  • Investment in public infrastructu
  • ➔ Environment/Energy +

    Wendy defends and expands existing environmental protections. To ensure that she can legislate without bias, Wendy has pledged never to take campaign contributions from Dominion Power or Appalachian Power.

    Learn more about this issues on Wendy 's web page.

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     District Profile 

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    Loudoun County, Frederick County, Clarke County

    Republican Opponent

    Randy Minchew

    Randy Minchew (R) served in the VA House of Delegates starting 2012. He lost a bid for re-election November 2017.

      HD-10 Voting Trend

      2018: Kaine received 57% of the vote in this district.
      2017: Wendy won with 52% of the vote; Ralph Northam received 54%
      2016: Clinton received 49% of the vote.

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      Statistics from VPAP, January 2019.