The bus is the best.
Behind the scenes at the Democratic watch party last night
In this conservative precinct, the Democratic and Republican volunteers share some bipartisan moments; Marty Franks, a 40-year volunteer tells Republican Greg Kalata that she can't support Bernie Sanders. About @hashmi4vasenate, she says, She's great, middle of the road, moderate. Franks thanks Kalata for a chair the GOP loaned her, and he says, This is the way politics should be. Covering Tenth District for @richmondmag
At Robious Middle School, @abigailspanberger stops to talk with Democratic party volunteers supporting @hashmi4vasenate, after saying hi to Republican volunteers, too. On Hashmi, she says, She's talking about the things that matter most. Covering the tenth district senate race for @richmondmag
Moses the therapy dog at Salisbury precinct in Chesterfield. Covering Sturtevant/Hashmi for @richmondmag
@dasilvaforcouncil 's shattered iPhone, a high school graduation gift. It's about time for a new phone, admits the gig-worker and Fifth District council candidate. His campaign manager adds, sometimes it's hard for me to reach him, so I just walk over to his place and knock on the door. (The two discovered they were neighbors after meeting to discuss da Silva's candidacy)
Spotted at the polls while covering #10thdistrict and #fifth city council race in Richmond
State of the Franklin Street bike lane this morning - looked like sewage!
Quick and easy hodgepodge lunch - leftover breaded eggplant, noodles, broccoli side from pasta night, and random veggies from ramen night thrown together into a fridge clean/stir fry