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Sat Aug 30, 2014, 07:42 PM

Good news for Jack Trammell!

Old wine in new bottles

The Star Exponent’s July 27 editorial nicely sums up what this election is all about:, voters want new ideas and solutions, not more of the rehashed rhetoric that we have all; we’re seen those straw men all before. Mr. Nick Freitas, who is Chairman of the Culpeper County Republican Committee, suggests in his’s op-ed on Aug. 21 column, however, suggests that for the Republican side, nothing has changed except for who is running.

The House of Representatives, led by the Republican Party, currently has the lowest ratings in its history. It has passed the least amount of legislation, addressed fewer of the country’s economic and business problems, and installed the draconian Sequestration that is eroding the country’s military infrastructure and creating great holes in the Virginia budget, and continues to grandstand against the Affordable Care Act with more than 50 futile votes to repeal it. . .

In contrast, Jack Trammell has dedicated his professional and personal life to solving problems. [I think we need a little more about his real accomplishments] His ability to work well with others has resulted in the implementation of service learning programs. He has published several books and publication of numerous professional works. In Orange, Louisa, and other countries, Jack has spoken about wanting to improve the economy by “… addressing not just employment rates, but the type of jobs and the type of life for people in the 7th District.” He also wants to see a “more commonsense transportation policy and initiative … in the 7th District to help with economic growth.”

Jack says that education of our children is a perennial issue, and that legislators need to address issues ranging from student loan reform to special education. In the case of loan reform, he supports improving disclosure and other “low-hanging fruit” that could be accomplished easily if it weren’t for an obstructionist Congress.

Summarizing that … “what people in the district are most concerned about right now, it’s jobs, transportation and education … they want to see people in Congress who will look out for their interests and won’t obstruct the wheels of progress….”

Jack Trammell offers the people of the 7th District new ideas and approaches to solve our many problems and that is why he deserves your vote this November.


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