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Democratic Nominee Ann Ridgeway Argues Del. Nick Freitas’s Failure to Get on Ballot Means He’s “Unable to Properly Participate in November 5th Election Process”


From the Ann Ridgeway for Virginia House of Delegates campaign:

Below is a release from the Ridgeway for Delegate campaign regarding the recent announcement that Delegate Nick Freitas failed to take appropriate action to be “certified to appear on the ballot on November 5″ in the 30th District of the Virginia House of Delegates. The original reporting can be found here: https://www.dailyprogress.com/orangenews/news/paperwork-snafu-leaves-nick-freitas-scrambling-to-get-on-ballot/article_26407356-9a18-11e9-8307-4785324d087f.html

Ann Ridgeway is ‘uncommonly prepared’ to represent District 30 in the Virginia House of Delegates

Freitas is unable to properly participate in November 5th election process

Orange, VA. In response to the recent announcement that her challenger, Nick Freitas, was unable to properly provide the information required to participate in the November 5th General Election, Madison County resident and Democratic nominee for the 30th District of the Virginia House of Delegates, Ann Ridgeway, remains uncommonly prepared in this race to represent the people and neighborhoods of Madison, Culpeper, and Orange in the House of Delegates.

Ridgeway is actively building a campaign to fight for the changes in Richmond that will improve the quality of life for those in her community. Ridgeway has worked with those in Central Virginia experiencing the day-to-day struggles of mental illness and will bring to bear this hard-earned knowledge by expanding access to mental healthcare for the families she has dedicated her life to serving. With three children having attended Orange County Public Schools, she understands that ensuring access to full-day preschool is an essential part of creating a holistic education system in the rural communities of the Commonwealth. As a lifelong resident of Virginia, Ridgeway is dedicated to continuing her work to preserve and protect the natural beauty and active ecosystems that have blessed her community.

Continuing her life’s work as a mother, a high school teacher, a juvenile probation officer, and an advocate for children, Ridgeway will serve in Richmond as an honest representative for people and communities by working together to make and genuinely follow the laws of our Commonwealth.

To find more information on Ann Ridgeway, her campaign, and her plans for the House of Delegates, go to RidgewayforDelegate.com.


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