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Virginia state Sen. Jennifer McClellan’s gubernatorial campaign announced Friday it has raised $275,000 in her first week as a candidate for next year’s Democratic primary.
Black Women Have Always Been The Backbone Of The U.S. Now, Jennifer McClellan Wants To Set The Agenda
Back in March, the Washington Post reported that 2020 was Virginia’s Year of the Woman. With Democrats controlling the state’s legislature for the first time in decades, a record number of female lawmakers helped approve the federal Equal Rights Amendment, protect abortion, combat sex discrimination, and more.
The late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., posed this very question in 1967 to the members of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in Atlanta. His own leadership helped achieve the Montgomery Bus Boycotts, the desegregation of American schools and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. But as America stood at an inflection point, the daunting task of moving forward remained unclear.
Democratic state Sen. Jennifer McClellan has formally launched her bid for Virginia governor, pitching herself as the candidate best suited to steer the commonwealth out of crises and onto a path forward.
Senator Passed Landmark Bills on Equal Rights Amendment, Clean Energy, Health Care, Education, Affordable Housing, and Criminal Justice Reform RICHMOND – With the Virginia legislature completing veto session Wednesday, Sen.
Angling to bring “hope” back into political discourse, Sen. Jennifer McClellan, D-Richmond, says she is “laying the groundwork” for a campaign for governor, with an announcement on her decision coming
It also guarantees the workers will be included in any legislation raising the minimum wage at the state level, which lawmakers are still negotiating. That’s one of the reasons Sen.
State Sen. Jennifer McClellan, D-Richmond, one of scores of elected officials and candidates crowding a progressive summit over the weekend in Tysons, said she sees a political sea change on