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Negative ads overwhelm Virginia voters

This story first appeared on The Fulcrum on November 16, 2023. Written by.

Negative ads overwhelm Virginia voters

Campaign signs are scattered at the entrance of Harper Park Middle School in Leesburg, Va. on Nov. 7, 2023. (Medill News Service//Meaghan Downey)

 Meaghan Downey / Medill News Service
 

Juliann Ventura is a graduate student at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and a reporter at Medill

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AP: 4 Virginia legislative candidates, including ex-congressman, are accused of violence against women

Virginia NOW President Lisa Sales was quoted by the Associate Press in a recent story:

4 Virginia legislative candidates, including ex-congressman, are accused of violence against women

Stockbridge mayor becomes first in state to rally for Equal Rights Amendment

This story first appeared in the Henry Herald on September 12, 2023. Written by .

Lisa Sales shakes hands with Anthony Ford who is holding an ERA YES flyer.Stockbridge Mayor Anthony Ford (right) with Virginia NOW President Lisa Sales during the Georgia NOW annual State Conference in August.

STOCKBRIDGE — A Henry County mayor is furthering his stance on topics surrounding equal rights and gender equality.

Stockbridge Mayor Anthony Ford recently

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Equal Rights Amendment turns 100 years old without enshrinement to Constitution

Originally published by the Augusta Free Press on July 24, 2023

By Rebecca Barnabi Published date:

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Ahead of Friday’s 100th anniversary of the Equal Rights Amendment, Virginia Congresswoman Jennifer McClellan signed a discharge petition to compel the House to vote.

The vote on H.J. Resolution 25 would determine the affirmation of the ERA

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