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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jaime Areizaga-Soto
The acrimonious tone of the Democratic primary in Northern Virginia's 31st State Senate District is sharpening as the Aug. 23 primary election approaches.
The mud is flying in the Democratic primary for a Northern Virginia state Senate seat thought to be safe - drawing cash and attention to an intraparty fight as Republicans plot to take the state's upper chamber in the fall.
"It is a sign of desperation of the campaign of Barbara to try to attack me for something I was not directly involved in and something invoking my work as a junior attorney back in the mid-'90s," said Mr. Areizaga-Soto. "I have never been involved in anything but promoting social, environmental, and economic development my whole life, and that is the truth."