Op-Ed: Virginia’s 10th District is Tired of Failed Leadership in Washington

By: Erin Roselle, Loudoun County Republican Women’s Club

We all want change from Soros funded Jennifer Wexton and the other Democrat leaders who control Loudoun County. I think it is safe to say that we want a Wexit! During the height of the pandemic when so many of Wexton’s constituents were seeking help for their families, she sent out coined statements about how this was a difficult time for us all. Wexton did not use her voice or platform to advocate for children. Wexton did not go to bat for the people of the 10th district she instead remained in the shadows while our community struggled. Read this response from Wexton’s office that many of us received:

“I have voted for several pieces of federal legislation to help students, teachers, and schools during this difficult time and support school reopening efforts. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which was signed into law in March 2020, provided $3 billion to every state to support local school districts, $14 billion for institutions of higher education, and significant investments in broadband access for rural and underserved areas. Furthermore, the Heroes Act, for which I voted and the House of Representatives passed in May 2020, would provide over $100 billion to support states, school districts, and higher education institutions as well as $915 billion for state and local governments to shore up education budgets and prevent teacher layoffs or funding cuts. The Heroes Act also includes $4 billion for emergency connectivity at home and $1.5 billion for connectivity devices or Wi-Fi hotspots for students and library patrons.”

Believe me when I say, I will not forget the lack of action from Wexton. I am sure many feel the same. Its important to understand why this is such a meaningful election; it will set the tone for the future of Loudoun County. We had success in November electing Governor Youngkin and the Congressional seat is our next battle. As a community, we need to call attention to our elected officials who are all talk and no action and fight for the rights and freedoms given to us by our Creator and written in our U.S. Constitution.  Ask the hard questions to those who are running and encourage others to run for local elections, which are just as important. This is a community of warriors! Remember, Jennifer Wexton is all about the Benjamins. In fact, the following link should beg the question, why is she so focused on the ESSER III funding?


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