Jerose, Sarah R.

Meet the Candidate

Running For:
House of Delegates
District:
22
Political Affiliation:
Libertarian

Survey

Response Legend

  • YYes
  • NNo
  • AAbstain
  • *See Comments/Notes
  • Declined to respond

Question Response Comments/Notes
1. Reinstate abortion restrictions that included the 24-hour waiting period, a requirement that a doctor perform surgical abortions, an ultrasound prior to an abortion, and fully informed consent. -
2. Prohibit state funding of all elective abortions consistent with the federal Hyde -
3. Replace Virginia’s state constitutional amendment that recognizes marriage as between one man and one woman with language that recognizes any marriage arrangements with no limits on the number of parties. -
4. Require faith-based adoption agencies to violate their religious convictions by forcing them to place children in homes with unmarried parents or same-sex couples. -
5. Require churches and religious schools to violate their religious tenets in employment and membership decisions if they conflict with special protections for “sexual orientation” and “gender identity.” -
6. Prohibit biological males from competing in female-only public school sports. -
7. Prohibit public school divisions from promoting any of the core tenets of “Critical Race Theory” to school children. -
8. Oppose incorporating the tenets of “LGBTQ+” and “transgender” ideology into K-12 public school curriculum. -
9. Establish tax-advantaged Education Savings Accounts for families to use on K-12 private school tuition and/or school supplies. -
10. Prohibit state agencies from soliciting minors about information related to sexuality without parental consent. -
11. Limit the number of days an emergency executive order is effective until the General Assembly takes action. -
12. Prohibit local and state government entities from restricting a government employee’s and teacher’s freedom of speech in public forums during their personal time. -
13. Oppose the commercialization of marijuana products. -
14. Oppose the proliferation of “games of skill”, which act and look like slot machines in Virginia restaurants, convenience stores, and other similar places of business. -