WILLIAMSBURG - Republican Heather Cordasco and her Democratic opponent for the 93rd House of Delegates district seat, Mike Mullin, put their opposing views of gun reform, Medicaid and childhood education on display this week.
Cordasco, the former vice chairwoman of the Williamsburg-James City School Board, and Mullin, a Suffolk prosecutor, held a back-and-forth debate Wednesday evening at the Williamsburg Library.
The House seat is open because Del. Monty Mason, D-Williamsburg, is resigning to run for the state Senate once held by the late John Miller, who died in April.
While Cordasco and Mullin agreed on little, they did find accord in the need to address...