The deciding factor in Virginia’s GOP sweep of Richmond was parents fed up with the radical leftist anti-parent agenda that was loudest in Loudoun County. But Loudoun itself — where 44% of households only have 1 or 2 residents and the median age is 36 – still voted blue. Families are the key. School boards are the key to the parents. Young, single voters still don’t get it. Read more from The Federalist.
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