Sheila Crowley is running for the General Assembly as a matter of conscience rather than political ambition. She is a good citizen who wants to make the community where she lives a better place for everyone. A better place means clean water and unpolluted land, state-of-the-art education at all levels, comprehensive health care for all, livable and equitable wages, participatory democracy, and a United States that is built on the diversity and unique gifts of its people.
Virginia will not have the economic development that is such a buzzword unless educated people want to live here and can work well together. Planning must be visionary and comprehensive, fair-minded and generous. The practice of government must be based on facts and honesty.
Sheila Crowley’s approach is directed by common sense and empathy in the spirit of “do unto others as you want them to do unto you.” Knowledgeable about all relevant issues and geographic areas, she is ...
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