Mike Kondratick

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Mike Kondratick
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Candidate for
Virginia House District 87
Campaign website
Mike Kondratick was a 2011 Democratic candidate for District 87 of the Virginia House of Delegates.



See also: Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2011

Kondratick ran in the 2011 election for Virginia House District 87. He was uncontested in the August 23 primary and was defeated by David Ramadan in the November 8 general election.Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag

Virginia House of Delegates, District 87 General Election, 2011
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngDavid Ramadan 50.2% 5,435
     Democratic Mike Kondratick 49.8% 5,384
Total Votes 10,819


Campaign themes


Kondratick's website highlighted the following campaign themes:

  • Transportation

Excerpt: "To be sure, there aren’t any silver bullets or easy solutions. I believe any approach to fixing transportation must include tactics for taking cars off of our clogged roadways, moving the traffic we do have more efficiently, and expanding our road and transit networks in sensible ways."

  • Education

Excerpt: "State formulas should ensure we get our fair share of school funding to prepare kids for Northern Virginia’s high-tech economy. And when it’s our tax dollars helping fund Virginia colleges and universities, we need to make sure our kids are first in line."

  • Economic Development

Excerpt: "Expanding our corporate tax base means more jobs, higher property values, and more money flowing into schools—as well as reduced pressure on property tax rates. We can accomplish this in a way that doesn’t sacrifice our open spaces or quality of life- but only with support from the House of Delegates, which I will fight for every day in Richmond."

  • Protecting our Environment

Excerpt: "Virginia needs a renewable energy standard that delivers jobs and protects our environment. With other states in the Mid-Atlantic Region already having a standard, we are being left behind in this opportunity to lure new businesses or help existing small businesses develop new revenue. Nor can we hope to create more competition in the production and generation of energy that can lead to reduced prices and a reduction in dependence on dirty energy sources."

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