As Washington scrambled to unravel the Mueller report, Seventh District freshman Democratic Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger came home to Henrico Thursday night for a town hall meeting, to answer questions about the report and other issues on constituent’s minds.
Charles Fishburne: There were questions about taxes, campaign finance reform, climate change and health insurance among others, but the Mueller report was near the top.
Audience member: I feel that impeachment is in order at this time... (fade)
Fishburne: She's been a moderate voice in her freshman class of Democrats and said she wanted to study the report first.
Spanberger: I believe it is my constitutional duty to make the best and most well-informed decision I can make.
Fishburne: Earlier, the former CIA operative told me details of Russian involvement in our elections as revealed in the Mueller report were more important that partisan politics.
Spanberger: What’s important is they did it, we know they did it and we need to understand how they did it so we can keep them from doing it again.
Fishburne: Charles Fishburne, WCVE news.