Ransone’s job isn’t exactly glamorous, but it’s important. Wearing the page’s signature navy blazer and white blouse, she spends half her day on the floor of the House of Delegates when it’s in session, helping the delegates with whatever jobs they give her. While there, she’s able to listen to the arguments legislators make as they discuss proposed bills.
"It’s sometimes interesting to hear the opinions on both sides," she said during a telephone interview Tuesday. "Each makes some very good points, so you have to form your own opinion."
The other half of Ransone’s day is spent running errands. For two weeks, she was assigned to Gov. Bob McDonnell’s office, where she did everything from picking up lunch for staff members to retrieving a laptop left behind.
"I saw the governor once," she said. "That was pretty exciting."