Delegate Kathy Tran Joins Students Across Virginia and the Nation in DC at the March For Our Lives
Springfield, VA - Today, Delegate Kathy Tran (D-Fairfax) joined thousands in Washington, DC at the March For Our Lives.
“Today, I marched with my family, neighbors from the 42nd District, and students and families from across Virginia and the nation. We demand urgent action to address the epidemic of gun violence in our country,” Delegate Tran said. “We cannot become numb to mass shootings. Our children fear for their lives, and we must act now to pass common sense solutions. We cannot - and must not - fail our children.”
During the 2018 legislative session, Republicans in both chambers of the Virginia General Assembly stopped 70 pieces of legislation that would have addressed gun violence prevention in the Commonwealth.
Delegate Tran is a member of the bicameral Gun Violence Prevention Caucus, formed after the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to make progress in Virginia on commonsense solutions to address gun violence.
Delegate Tran represents the 42nd District in the Virginia House of Delegates located in Fairfax County. She is the president of her local PTA where she volunteers her time to keep our public schools strong and our children's futures bright. As Delegate, Kathy works to strengthen our public schools, prevent gun violence, honor our veterans and military families, expand access to affordable health care, stand up for women, protect our environment, and create a welcoming and inclusive community where all Virginians can thrive.