Feder Launches Bid To Unseat Wolf

Judy Feder, dean of Georgetown University's Public Policy Institute and a McLean resident, has launched her campaign for Virginia's 10th District Congressional seat. The democrat, who will take on popular Republican incumbent Frank R. Wolf (R-Va.), said that her opponent is an ally of big oil interests and bears some blame for the nation's dependence on oil, high gas prices and war in the Middle East according to this article from today's Metro section.

By  |  July 12, 2006; 10:08 AM ET  | Category:  Politics
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