Tucker’s Take: Our First Web Video + Notes from the Trail02/27/2013 | News | Campaign News/Obenshain Reports
With session finally behind us, my Dad and I are burning up the roads of the Commonwealth again! So much so that I missed my weekly update; sorry, folks. As always, a huge thanks to all the groups that hosted us: we had so much fun in Culpeper, Hanover, Virginia Beach, and Northern Virginia!
Today I am excited to share our first web video with you all. I'm so proud of everything that my Dad does for the Commonwealth, and I truly think that this short clip truly captures the principles he believes in and why he is running for Attorney General.
I know that as the candidate’s daughter, I have my biases, but as a recent college graduate embarking upon the career path, I am often discouraged by the current economic situation—a concern that is pretty universal. The Obama administration has repeatedly overreached in implementing a liberal agenda at the expense of my generation. That's why we need an Attorney General who will stand up to the federal government when it exceeds its authority—and my father, Mark Obenshain, is the man to do it.
He has fought tirelessly in the Virginia State Senate to preserve the values and freedoms that we as Virginians hold so dear. There have been times when these fights have been lonely ones, even pitting him against fellow Republicans, but he has fought them all the same. It is this spirit that we need in our next Attorney General, and it is exactly what my father will bring to the office.
This is an endeavor that requires an incredible amount of hard work and perseverance, and we cannot do it alone. We need your help. Prefile deadlines for the Convention are quickly approaching and we want you on Team Obenshain with us on May 18th in Richmond. Please visit our website to learn more about my dad, join our team, and sign up to become a delegate!
I hope that this short clip has given you a little more insight into what my Dad is all about. Share it with your friends, and spread the word about why Mark Obenshain will be our next Attorney General.