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Virginia stands at a critical moment in its history.

As Virginia recovers from a pandemic and confronts racial inequity, we need an experienced, compassionate leader with a vision for a brighter future.

Senator Jennifer McClellan knows how to get the job done. She has a record of results as a Virginia community leader solving problems and delivering progressive change for over 14 years as a legislator.

As the Commonwealth recovers from crisis, Jenn is running for Governor to build a brighter future for Virginia families.

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Recent Updates

FINAL PASSAGE: McClellan/Torian Bill to Prevent Foreclosures Passes General Assembly, Moves to Governor’s Desk

The Preserving the American Dream Act will require mortgage companies to give a 60-day notice period to homeowners that are facing foreclosure, a significant increase from the current 14-day notice period. The bill will also require the notice to include information regarding legal assistance and resources for the homeowner. Additionally it requires localities to provide plans to maintain and improve manufactured housing and ensure residents of manufactured home communities are provided information about their rights and opportunities to have a greater say in the future of their communities.

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Senate Voting Rights Act of Virginia Bill Passes House

Today, the Virginia House of Delegates passed 55-45 the Senate version of the Voting Rights Act of Virginia (SB1395) to protect Virginia voters from suppression, discrimination, and intimidation. The bill now heads to Governor Ralph Northam’s desk for signing. The House version of the Voting Rights Act (HB 1890) is slated for a vote in the Senate later this week.

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Virginia Senate Passes Bill to Expand Abortion Access

“Today, Virginia moved one step closer to ending an unnecessary law that restricts Virginians’ reproductive health care options,” McClellan said in a statement. “Virginians deserve to be able to choose whatever health plan meets their needs, but that option is not available to Virginians covered by the exchange.”

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