Clint is running for Delegate in HD-76, which was redistricted, shifting from strong red to 58% blue.
Clint Jenkins is an Army veteran, small business owner, and community leader who was raised in the heart of the 76th district. He has been deeply involved in the community for years, volunteering for various local organizations and churches and taking an active role with the Democratic Party, currently serving as the Chair of the 3rd Congressional District for the DPVA.
The spirit of service has driven him to do all of these things, and it's why he's running for the House of Delegates.
Clint, on the issues:
Protect Medicaid expansion from Republican attacks
Increase transparency in pricing, both for prescription drugs and services
Support Community Health Centers...
Raise teachers' salaries
Secure funding for new construction and much-needed improvements to existing schools
Fund universal pre-K programs for every child in Virginia
Increase overall state funding for education and push for a more equitable distribution of resources across the Commonwealth
Institute universal background checks
Restrict access to military-style assault weapons
Bar violent criminals and domestic abusers from legally purchasing weapons and pass Extreme Risk Protective Order legislation
Increase penalties on straw purchasers who sell weapons on the black market
Attract better-paying jobs so no one who works full-time struggles to make ends meet
Expand job training programs to help get people back to work
Increase the minimum wage
Protect employees' rights to organize and collectively bargain
Emphasize rehabilitation over incarceration
Fight to reform sentencing guidelines and change mandatory-minimum laws
End the school-to-prison pipeline that too often labels our children as criminals for life
Provide more resources for returning citizens to make it easier for them to reintegrate into society
Repeal Virginia's Voter ID law
Institute universal voter registration and no-excuse absentee voting
Expand early voting periods to give people greater flexibility in casting their ballots
Invest in critical infrastructure that companies need to do business more efficiently