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In the long term, there are three things that are crucial: redistricting reform, campaign finance reform, and term limits. Career politicians sitting on huge war chests in completely safe districts don't have any incentive to compromise and work across the aisle.
Anyone who knows me can tell you that I do not hold my opinions to myself. I won't go to Richmond, sit back and watch the inactivity get worse. I'm not running for Delegate to start a career - I've had one of those, and a good one. I just want to help solve some problems.
Also, working in the business world like I did teaches you to be practical. I focus on what is in front of me, and what can be achieved. Plus in business you're always held accountable for results, which I believe in.
1) What is your stance on expanding coal mining, and is there a such thing as "clean coal"?
2) Efforts are underway to overturn the moratorium on uranium mining. Most of your district lies on land with potential uranium deposits (see here), and Orange County has previously seen active uranium mining leases. What is your stance?
I don't support uranium mining in the district. The idea creeps me out.
You know, I'm not 100% sure what to think of nuclear power. It seems to work pretty well for people in Western Europe, but I don't know if it would work for us here and I'm not yet convinced it can be done safely enough for me to want to live anywhere near a nuclear power plant.
Thanks so much, and we hope to see you soon!
If you'd like to ask me anything else, please visit my website, http://cynthianeff.com. If there's anything you can do to help the campaign in these final weeks, I would be eternally grateful.
Let's get to work.