Revelation of Speeding Tickets Ratchets Up The Rhetoric In State Delegate Race

News that Democrat Greg Werkheiser has received 10 speeding tickets in the last 11 years  is fueling the rhetorical flames in Werkheiser's race against incumbent Del. David B. Albo (R-Fairfax). The two men spent time yesterday firing salvos, each seeking to paint the other as a greater menace to Virginia's roads.

Albo accused Werkheiser of setting a poor example by not obeying traffic laws. The admittedly lead-footed Democrat implied that Albo, in his career as a traffic court lawyer, was responsible for putting drunk drivers, "back on the streets." The full article is here.

By  |  September 15, 2005; 11:52 AM ET  | Category:  Politics
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