RICHMOND – The Family Foundation Action today announced that Delegate
Margaret Ransone received a 100% score on the recently released Family Foundation
Action Virginia General Assembly Report Card.
“Delegate Ransone has represented the values of her district well and been a
trusted pro-family leader during her time as a Virginia Delegate,” said Victoria Cobb,
president of The Family Foundation Action. “The citizens of the 99th District can rest
assured that they are well represented and have a highly respected voice in Delegate
Ransone. We are grateful for her consistent voting record and look forward to continuing
to work with her as a member of the General Assembly.”
Delegate Ransone was one of twenty-eight “100 percenters” in the House and
thirteen in the state Senate on this year’s Report Card.
The mission of The Family Foundation Action is to protect families and promote
responsible citizenship by giving Virginians the tools they need to hold their elected
officials accountable. The Family Foundation Action is not a PAC and does not endorse
candidates. This organization will also be producing and distributing voter guides and
other voter education materials for the statewide and select House of Delegates races in
the fall.
As with each Report Card distributed over the years, hundreds of votes taken by
the legislature during the past two years were reviewed. Non-partisan and broad-based,
the Report Card seeks not to benefit one party or one candidate over another.
“This is obviously another crucial election year in Virginia,” added Cobb. “Our
goal is that voters use the Report Card as one tool in their effort to become educated on
where candidates for office stand on a variety of issues. It is our hope that the Report
Card, along with Voter Guides that will be distributed in the fall, will motivate citizens to
vote, and help them make informed choices when they go to the voting booth.”
The Report Card is available online at Copies
of the Report Card are available by contacting The Family Foundation Action at 804-