Kaine Makes Final Push in Falls Church
Former governor reached out to Latino voters during Saturday sweep.
U.S. Senate candidate Tim Kaine maid a final campaign push in Falls Church over the weekend.
Saturday, Kaine (D) urged volunteers at the President Barack Obama campaign office in Falls Church to continue sharing with Virginia voters his positive vision for creating jobs and economic growth, balancing the budget responsibly, and breaking the partisan gridlock in Washington. The former governor spoke to more than 125 volunteers at the office and held a rally with more than 100 members and friends of the Latino community at Rubio's Palenque Restaurant.
"The things that matter to Latinos are the same things that matter to all Virginians — a strong economy, good schools, and expanded opportunity in all our communities,” Kaine said in a release. “I would be honored to represent your community again as senator and won't hesitate to stand up for the issues you care about and ensure we embrace the talent of all Virginians to move our Commonwealth and country forward."