Democrats Begin Statewide Campaign Tour

September 26, 2007

Democratic legislative leaders began their statewide campaign tour with hopes of regaining control of the General Assembly in November elections.

Republicans hold the majority in both chambers of the legislature, and all 100 House seats and 40 Senate seats are on the ballot.

During the Democrats' "Change the Assembly' tour, they cited seven reasons Virginians should oust the Republicans, including this year's passage of the expensive and controversial "abusive driver fees" that are paid only by Virginia motorists.

The Democratic leaders said they will be outlining their agenda on tour stops that include Virginia Beach, Danville, Rocky Mount and Leesburg.

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