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    DemBiz Welcomes David Toscano, House Democratic Leader for Breakfast, Friday, October 13!

    Friday, October 13, 2017 at 07:30 AM · $45.00 USD
    Tower Club in Tysons Corner, VA

    Friday, October 13, 2017, Networking Breakfast

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    DemBiz Welcomes David Toscano, House Democratic Leader

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    David Toscano is serving his fifth term in the Virginia General Assembly. He represents the 57th District (Charlottesville and part of Albemarle County) in the House of Delegates and, since 2011, has served as House Democratic Leader. David is a member of the Courts of Justice; Transportation; and Rules committees. David is also a member of the Disability Commission and has served on the special Joint Subcommittee to Study Land Use Tools in the Commonwealth and the Joint Committee to study Math, Science, and Engineering. He is a member of the Manufacturing Development Commission, the Virginia Adopts Statewide Steering Committee, the Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program Committee, and the Board of Directors of the New College Institute. He is also a member of the United Way Board.

    David’s priorities are education, energy, and the environment. He fights for education funding, against teacher pay freezes, and to protect VRS and retirement benefits. He pushes the cause of renewable energy and stood against those who deny the reality of climate change.  He opposes predatory lending in its various forms. He argues for multifaceted transportation programs that include roads, rail, and public transit.  He opposes cuts to services for the poor and disabled, defends a woman’s right to choose, and advances reforms in foster care and adoption so that all children will have the opportunity to live productive lives in family settings free from abuse and neglect.

    David served on the Charlottesville City Council from 1990 to 2002 and as Mayor 1994-96.  David is a resident of the City of Charlottesville, where he lives with his wife, Nancy A. Tramontin, and their son, Matthew.

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