The Commonwealth of Virginia has never had a Black woman governor. This year, that will change. Meet Jennifer Carroll Foy.
Jenn is a mother of twin three-year-olds. She is a former magistrate judge and public defender. She is one of the first African-American women to graduate from Virginia Military Institute. She is dynamite.
Last week, Jenn released her plan for Post-COVID economic recovery:
The Democratic candidate for governor said she will employ a “ground-up approach,” that will provide relief to Virginians who lost work during the pandemic and small businesses that have struggled to survive
Speaking with small business owners and other community leaders Tuesday night, Carroll Foy said her campaign has crafted the plan with an emphasis on equity.
“We have an opportunity now to build our economy back in a way where everyone gets to participate, where people can really work family-sustaining jobs,” Carroll Foy said...KEEP READING.
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