August 1, 2006
The U.S. Senate candidate said to be "born fighting," paid a visit to a Charlottesville home.
In an effort to get out and see more people, Jim Webb invited a half-dozen residents to have a sit-down discussion.
A Charlottesville homeowner agreed to let her house become part of Webb's Kitchen Table Tour. The participants said they liked the idea.
"[Webb] can talk freely, listen freely to what the issues are [and] the problems that exist in the minds of the assembled group," said Glenn Short.
Webb has seven more stops to go on the Kitchen Table Tour.
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