Where they stand on the issues: Jennifer Wexton vs. Aliscia Andrews for 10th district representative in Congress

Where they stand on the issues: Jennifer Wexton vs. Aliscia Andrews for 10th district representative in Congress

Rep Jennifer Wexton, D-10, talks with voters at a rally at the Stephens City Family-Drive in. Marine Corps veteran Aliscia Andrews campaigns with former 10th District Rep. Frank Wolf. WINCHESTER — With less than three weeks to go until the Nov. 3 election, incumbent U.S. Rep. Jennifer Wexton, a Democrat, and her Republican challenger Aliscia Andrews are reaching out to voters to make the case for why they should be elected to represent the 10th congressional district. Although both candidates say they have the best interests of the voters, they have different ideas on how to lead the 10th district, which includes all of Loudoun, Clarke and Frederick counties and parts of Fairfax and Prince William counties. Wexton said the novel coronavirus — both its impact on the economy and its impact on healthcare — is the top concern among voters. She said many people are out of work and most of those who lost their jobs during the pandemic have also lost their employer-sponsored healthcare. To address the coronavirus, Wexton said there needs to be leadership "from the top." "Before it even came to America, President Trump knew it was deadly, it was dangerous and it was coming," Wexton said. "But he did nothing." In March, Wexton voted to pass the bipartisan Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a stimulus bill that provided citizens and businesses help with financial struggles spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic. She said another stimulus package must be passed to aid small […]

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