Spanberger criticizes Vega's response to survey question referencing "political prisoners"
Youngkin is putting his money where his mouth is for congressional candidates
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Spanberger criticizes Vega for saying she would potentially sponsor legislation that would compensate individuals who were “unlawfully detained” for participation in Jan. 6 riots.
Governor Youngkin and Senator Ted Cruz are set to stump for Yesli Vega Monday night.
Youngkin is traveling across the commonwealth today to stump for Republican congressional candidates.
Youngkin is putting his money where his mouth is on congressional races through a new PAC. Find out how much he is spending on congressional races to promote Republican candidates.
Congressional Leadership Fund, the Super PAC aligned with Leader Kevin McCarthy and all of House Republican Leadership, released a new ad attacking Rep. Luria over the weekend.
The Washington Post announced their endorsements in Virginia’s congressional races.
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Vega and Spanberger continue to turn up
According to survey results posted by the Virginia Constitutional Conservatives, Republican congressional nominees Yesli Vega (VA-07) and Hung Cao (VA-10) would potentially sponsor legislation that would compensate individuals who were “unlawfully detained” for participation in Jan. 6 riots.
Vega’s opponent, Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D), criticized her for this response in a press release Monday morning.