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Hi, I'm Jennifer Kitchen. I'm a lifelong Augusta County resident, a progressive activist, and a mother. This November, I will flip the first rural Virginia seat blue in a generation. You can help me out here!

LGBTQ Americans have always been here. When people vote to make our identities a liability at our jobs or in schools, it doesn't make us go away. It just makes us miserable. We're already a part of your community and will remain so: we just want to stop having to hide who we are.

LGBTQ Americans have always been here. When people vote to make our identities a liability at our jobs or in schools, it doesn't make us go away. It just makes us miserable. We're already a part of your community and will remain so: we just want to stop having to hide who we are.

My delegate, who even voted against recognizing an annual Gun Violence Awareness Day, just touted his endorsement from a gun extremist group more radical than the NRA. That's why I voted for candidate !

My Republican opponent, who is the incumbent, made a video this week where he said, "Voters want change." I know, man, that's why I'm running.

Would you like to help defend the Democratic majority in Virginia by supporting candidates running in rural districts? ⭐️⭐️Join Senator & Senator for a virtual fundraiser this Wednesday, 9/29 at 7 pm. Purchase tickets today!

Our campaign has been endorsed by Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger! It was inspiring to see flip her district in 2018 and I am grateful for her support in our mission to flip the first House of Delegates seat in rural Virginia. Onwards to November!

We cannot address the underlying systemic causes of crime by removing more and more people from society. Instead of expanding prisons, we should focus on mental health and addiction services: to stop people from entering the vicious circle of incarceration in the first place.

My Republican opponent, who is the incumbent, made a video this week where he said, "Voters want change." I know, man, that's why I'm running.

Our campaign has been endorsed by Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger! It was inspiring to see flip her district in 2018 and I am grateful for her support in our mission to flip the first House of Delegates seat in rural Virginia. Onwards to November!

We voted early today for candidates , , & ! Better yet, thanks to a new state law & local ordinance, guns are banned at our polling place.

We cannot address the underlying systemic causes of crime by removing more and more people from society. Instead of expanding prisons, we should focus on mental health and addiction services: to stop people from entering the vicious circle of incarceration in the first place.

Last year, the House of Delegates voted to prohibit discrimination against LGBTQ Virginians at work. How can anyone have a problem with that? My Republican opponent did. He voted no. Delegate Runion only wants to represent constituents that are just like him. He needs to go.

I am glad the Supreme Court of Virginia rejected a Republican attempt to allow "prison gerrymandering" yesterday. Never heard of prison gerrymandering? Like a lot of GOP plans, it’s about taking power away from the communities that have the least of it. (1/7)

Knocking on doors: it's a family affair! My eldest child and I are out on this gorgeous Fall day to talk to folks in Fort Defiance about the issues that matter to them. Two Kitchens, no waiting!

Last year, the House of Delegates voted to prohibit discrimination against LGBTQ Virginians at work. How can anyone have a problem with that? My Republican opponent did. He voted no. Delegate Runion only wants to represent constituents that are just like him. He needs to go.

Endorsement alert! Congressman Donald McEachin () has endorsed our campaign. It’s such an honor to receive his support.

Eliminating prison gerrymanding in Virginia was a step toward justice and fair representation, and it’s an example of the progress we MUST defend at the ballot box this November. (7/7)

Last year, our Democratic majority in Virginia made us the 11th state to stop counting anyone in a prison as a “resident” of the prison and instead count them as members of the communities in which they actually live. It's a big deal! (6/7)

In other words, prison gerrymandering takes voting power away from the communities where voters ACTUALLY live and gives it to folks who have no incentive to hear their voices. Places with prisons get credit for their prison populations, but don't have to represent them. (5/7)