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- Matt Letorneau Dulles District Supervisor, Loudoun County; Chairman, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Board of Directors
- Vivian Watts Member, Virginia House of Delegates (District 39)
- Kathy Tran Member, Virginia House of Delegates (District 42); @KathyKLTran
Vivian Watts Speech On Recognizing Women
On the first day of legislative session, long-time Del. Vivian Watts took to the floor to acknowledge the unprecedented number of women elected to the General Assembly. “We didn’t crack the ceiling,” Watts said. “We shattered it.”
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