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Main Street not Wall Street


Over the past months I have been traveling around the 10th Congressional District talking to local groups, and meeting with individuals from Fairfax to Winchester. People all across the district are concerned about their jobs, the falling value of their homes, and about what the future holds for their children.

Our message of job creation combined with my background in Workforce Development is resonating throughout the district.  Over the past 15 years I have been fighting for people who lost their jobs do to no fault of their own and working with local community colleges and one stop career centers to get people back on their feet and back to work. This experience has given me the knowledge to get our economy back on track and working again for Main Street not Wall Street.

The message has been working, but we need to get it out to more voters in the 10th District. Please donate $100, $50, or $25 to help get this message out to a broader audience. Our fundraising quarter ends at midnight tonight, so not only will you be helping us get our message out, but you will also show that we have momentum going into the fall campaign.

Frank Wolf has voted time and time again against common since solutions to put our economy first.  Just recently Wolf voted against “the Jobs for Main Street Act” which redirects $48.3 billion from Wall Street to help put people to work rebuilding our crumbling roads and bridges, modernizing public buildings, and cleaning our air and water. In a time with mounting debt all Frank Wolf has mustered is more soaring rhetoric about being fiscally conservative but Wolf mouth does not a line with his vote. Wolf just voted against “pay as you go” budget rules, requiring all bills to be budget neutral.

With your donation of $100, $50, or $25, I will be able to make the case that Frank Wolf is more interested in partisan politics than he is with getting Virginians back to work.


Rich Anthony

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