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67th House of Delegates seat currently has a Democratic officeholder. Who voted the party line. I think this seat is vulnerable because I thionk people in this district may tend to dislike the bailou\ts as well as my delegate's oposition to every pro-life bill that came to the floor of the HOD. Republican opponent is an ideal candidate in many respects. Dems know this seat is vulnerable. They have already started robocalling to vaunt incumbent democratic delegate's accomplishments.
The DOWNSIDES for the DEMS: He's not prolife. There are several, "prolife congregations" in this district. Problem is -- if there is a potent campaign against delegate, expect his liberal base and contributors to get very mobilized...

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Chuck Caputo Del 67th dist, 2nd term delegate fm Ffx/Loud counties

Virginia House of Delegates 2009 / Delegate C. Charles Caputo / Preferred Name: Chuck
Member Since 2006
D - 67th District / Counties of Fairfax (part) and Loudoun (part)

Capitol Office:
General Assembly Building / P.O. Box 406 / Richmond, Virginia 23218 / Phone: (804) 698-1067 / Fax: (804) 698-6767
Constituent Viewpoint: (800)-889-0229 / Email: DelCCaputo@house.virginia.gov
Room Number: 517 / Legislative Assistant: Diane Waltrip / Secretary During Session: Jean Vonderlehr
District ofc: P.O. Box 222154 / Chantilly, VA 20153 / Phone: (703) 476-6944 / Fax: (866)903-8685
I think one of the biggest challenges in the HOD races is helping voters/potentials voters understand what the HOD does and what district they are in. We need to educate our own troops first with detailed maps showing the district, listing the precincts and describing the district. By description, I mean for example, “the 32 HOD district is in eastern Loudoun County, beginning at the Fairfax County line north of Route 7. It moves South of Route 7 at Route 28, includes all of the Broad Run district and a few northern precincts of the Dulles district around Brambleton.
You almost would have to implement a Google maps kind of application where a person could input a residential address and then visually see a map of their district in real-time (not that slow, slow map that the Commonwealth has posted.)
You could re-use part of the application on the state's HOD page where the person types in an address and gets text that tells them their delegate.
I have little or no idea of the description below - even though it is really not that far away from where I live. Maybe that is because I like most people in No VA, I was not raised here... and the boundary lines... zig-zag-zig-zag.

Patricia Phillips said:
I think one of the biggest challenges in the HOD races is helping voters/potentials voters understand what the HOD does and what district they are in. We need to educate our own troops first with detailed maps showing the district, listing the precincts and describing the district. By description, I mean for example, “the 32 HOD district is in eastern Loudoun County, beginning at the Fairfax County line north of Route 7. It moves South of Route 7 at Route 28, includes all of the Broad Run district and a few northern precincts of the Dulles district around Brambleton.
BY THE WAY
My favorite delegate, Chuck Caputo, recently sent me an email bragging about his endorsement by the Virginia Teacher's Association and how very, very hard he had fought to ensure that Catholic and Christian parents would not be able to get equitable treatment for their children through any kind of Vouchers or public services.
Yeah, and he's a fine example (as my Irish-Catholic father would say) of a Catholic High School graduate from New York City.

Not that we can expect anyone from the Church (the Catholic one) to get in Chuck's way, that's for sure.

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