Corey Stewart’s ‘Jobs not Mobs’ rally continues in Fairfax County

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Republican Senate Candidate Corey Stewart was on the campaign trail in Fairfax county today, and immigration and transportation were the focus as residents get ready to hit the polls. 

The chairman of county supervisors in Prince William says the “Jobs not Mobbs campaign is in regards to his support of President Trump’s administration and the tax cuts. Hundreds came out to support and discuss illegal immigration as well as Stewart’s number one focus, which is Virginia’s current transportation issues.

“The number one focus is to bring transportation…road construction funding. Virginia’s fare share of road construction funding in northern Virginia and in Hampton Roads to make sure Virginian’s aren’t stuck in traffic like they have been the last couple decades,” Stewart said.  

The event brought in lots of support from the Asian-American community. 

 “He has a lot of Spanish people voting for him that proves he’s good. I’m an immigrant and I like to have legal immigration,” said Vietnamese supporter Mary Ray. 

Stewarts’ “Jobs not Mobbs” rally continues on Wednesday in Winchester. 

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