Virginia’s statewide races are nearing the final sprint, and as a way to help voters discern differences between the two candidates for attorney general, the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce has scheduled an Oct. 2 forum as part of its PolicyMaker series.
The candidates will face a panel of Loudoun business leaders, responding to questions intended to reveal their positions on the Chamber’s priority business, economic and quality of life issues.
“One of these candidates will be Virginia’s next attorney general and will play a significant role in shaping Virginia’s legal and regulatory environment,” said chamber president Tony Howard in a press release. “With so much at stake, this debate offers an unprecedented opportunity for Loudoun’s business leaders to learn where each candidate stands on the important issues that will shape Virginia’s future.”
What: Virginia Attorney General Debate, during Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce PolicyMaker Series
Who: Republican Mark Obenshain
Democrat Mark Herring
When: Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2013
8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Where: The National Conference Center
18980 Upper Belmont Place, in Lansdowne
Moderator: Jeff Goldberg, Virginia Bureau Chief for ABC7/WJLA-TV and News Channel 8.