Three Democratic women who are key to flipping the Virginia legislature need your help before Tuesday’s primary.
The first is House District 91’s Martha Mugler, who is challenging last year’s (male) Democratic nominee in a district that is favored to go from red to blue for two reasons:
One, the seat was recently subjected to a court-mandated redistricting that has caused it to lean Democratic after being solidly Republican for years. Two, the Republican incumbent—perhaps seeing the writing on the wall—has retired, leaving the seat vulnerable.
The two others are current Delegates, Debra Rodman and Cheryl Turpin, who are hoping to level up into Senate seats currently held by Republicans, but that Hillary Clinton won in 2016.