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09/03/18 Upcoming Events in the District

Weekends and evenings through Election Day – Volunteer canvassing, phone calls, sign posting, voter contacts, and campaign work

September 3rd – Powhatan Labor Day Parade (Joe attending)
September 12th – Richmond First Club (moderated forum, Joe participating)
September 15th – School Safety in Henrico (Joe attending)
September 16th – VUU Candidate’s Forum (moderated forum, Joe participating)
September 19th – National Coalition of 100 Black Women Candidate Forum at VUU & Chesterfield Libertarian Meeting
September TBD – Campaign Kick-off(s) (soft events TBD)
September 22nd – ChesterFest (volunteers and Joe participating in Chesterfield Libertarian booth)
September 25th – Bob Woodward Talk at VCU (Joe attending in the audience)
September 26th – Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Luncheon (Joe attending)
September 28th-Oct 7th – State Fair of Virginia (volunteers and Joe participating in Libertarian Party of Virginia booth)
October 2nd – Democracy Day – Louisa County High School
October 3rd – The Wilder Symposium on The Role of Urban Communities in Improving Housing, Education and Public Policy (Joe attending in audience)
October 4th – Criminal Justice Reform Forum (Joe attending in audience)
October 8th – Fredericksburg Area Alumnae of Delta Sigma Theta Candidate Forum (Joe participating)
October 10th – Cosby High School class presentation (class discussion, Joe participating)
October 11th – Times-Dispatch Virginia Politics forum (Joe attending in audience)
October 15th – Culpeper Chamber of Commerce (moderated debate, Joe participating)
November 6th – Election Day


Joe Walton is a candidate for Virginia’s 7th Congressional District and a proven leader in central Virginia. He is a sensible centrist with a genuine interest in working with constituents, leaders across the state, and federal peers to solve problems in Washington. He believes in and advocates for socially inclusive and fiscally responsible approaches to public policy. He holds a Master of Public Administration degree and is a Ph.D. student in Public Policy at VCU’s L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs.