Democrat Judy Feder has stepped up to the plate to run against incumbent Republican Congressman Frank Wolf. It’s a good thing too. The only other challenger to Congressman Wolf so far is Wilbur Wood, a confirmed Virginia Libertarian.
However, there’s some concern among District 10 Democrats that Feder might not have the focus necessary to win a difficult campaign against Wolf. So far, Judy Feder’s web site is small, and lacking in many policy specifics. However, she does tell voters what her main focus will be: Ease. Feder says, “As your Representative, I will have one priority: making life in Northern Virginia easier.”
Easier. What does that mean?
It’s hard to tell exactly, but Feder’s campaign web site does offer one related example of what she would do if elected to Congress: “Work to cut down the time we spend in traffic”.
It’s hardly a rallying cry, is it?
I wonder, if Feder’s campaign is aimed toward the couch potato and impatient driver lobbies, how she intends to get her supporters out of their Lazy Boys to endure the drive over to their local voting center.