All week I've been in Southwest Virginia with individuals whose full time jobs have been cut back to 29 hours because their employers can't afford the cost of Obamacare without laying people off. I've been listening to laid off coal miners who have lost their homes the ability to care for their families. I've heard the stories of those who still have a jobs, but are afraid that the Obama administration and the EPA will put them out of work.
While my opponent was in Lynchburg proving how pro-abortion he is, I was letting Virginians know that no matter what their walk in life, whether they are pro-life or pro-choice - Democrat or Republican, I am going to fight for their livelihoods, their businesses, and their dreams of a better life for their children and grandchildren.
This Saturday marks the biggest fundraising deadline yet for this campaign. We're looking for 1200 new donors this week to send a message to Richmond and Washington that we need leaders committed to limiting the regulatory issues small business owners face and work hard at getting all Virginians back to work on Day One. Won't you join us?
The Democrats and their allies in the media will never give me credit for fighting for all Virginians. Nor will they hold my opponent accountable for campaigning on an extreme agenda of divisive social issues. Your help will go a long way to making sure we get my story to Virginians and not the caricature the media and Democrats want to paint.