Youngkin: Issues surrounding education has made the election about Virginians, ‘not Republicans and Democrats’

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Education has become a top issue for voters, as parents have packed school board meetings to protest the masking of the crucial race theory curriculum.

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Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin told Granthshala News on Tuesday that the November 2 election is not partisan, because it is about issues that go beyond party politics.

Youngkin told “Granthshala News Primetime” while surrounded by supporters in Danville that polling trends showed he had won his Democratic rival Terry McAuliffe by nearly 10 points a year before President Joe Biden, a state only one year earlier.

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Youngkin claimed, “There is no enthusiasm for Terry McAuliffe. No one is showing up to vote, as 12% of Virginians voted this year in Old Dominion’s relatively new early voting system.

“It just translates into the fact that he has invited anyone who has ever held a Democrat seat in America to campaign with him,” he said, noting that McAuliffe has hosted many democrats Failed to campaign with him, from President Obama to Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.

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Singer Dave Matthews has also performed at a rally for McAuliffe.

“It’s no longer Republicans against Democrats. These Virginians are coming together to make a statement that they are ready to elect a different kind of governor; a governor who works against empty promises and tired people.” Could be a 43-year career,” Youngkin continued.

When Youngkin was stumping near the North Carolina state line on Tuesday, McAuliffe was at the other end of the Commonwealth in the District of Columbia line campaigning with President Biden in Pentagon City.

When asked about the 10-point margin over Donald Trump in 2020, Youngkin said he has more support in the otherwise reliably Democratic areas in Fairfax and Loudoun counties near DC, as well as in the Tidewater area of ​​Norfolk, Newport News and the Hampton. are seeing. .

Education has become a top issue for voters, as parents have packed school board meetings to protest the masking of the crucial race theory curriculum.

“The biggest issue is education. We’re really seeing parents stand up and say hey, listen, I actually have a big say in my kids’ education,” Youngkin said.


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