LTE: Fighting on our behalf

Oct 4 | News

Since Delegate [Michael] Webert was first elected I’ve personally gotten to know him because he takes every chance he gets to engage with all members of the community, including our students at RCPS. 

He is a family man, a farmer and a sportsman like so many of his constituents. He sees the challenges inside the district and then he heads down to Richmond to fight on our behalf. His track record of working across party lines to bring about common sense governance benefits Virginians and residents of the 18th District.

He is the founding member and co-chairman of the Virginia Business Development Caucus. His legislation reduced red tape and was crucial in Virginia being named the most business-friendly state in the nation. He has worked at the forefront to bring horse racing back to Virginia that brought jobs and revenue.

I know that Mike represents my best interests at all times because he takes a deep interest in the 18th District and is so deeply vested in our community. On Tuesday, November 5th, I hope that you will join me in voting for the only candidate that understands what it takes to represent Rappahannock, the 18th District, and Virginia.

Hodge Miller


Note: This letter originally appeared in the Rappahannock News on October 4, 2019.

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