When a heart attack ended John Miller's life in April, he left behind a Senate seat that three men now covet.
In an event hosted by the League of Women Voters, the candidates spoke at the Williamsburg Regional Library about what issues they find important and the nuance involved in solving them.
Monty Mason, formerly a House representative for the 93rd District, was a close friend of Miller. He called his fellow Democrat his motivation for leaving the House to pursue the vacant Senate seat.
"We were in lockstep on a lot of issues that mattered to us," Mason said. He claims education and transportation are two of his central...