King earned a Bachelor’s degree at Norfolk State University and previously worked as a community relations professional and a special needs parent advocate.
King supports the establishment of a task force on maternal health data to improve maternal care, quality, and outcomes.
King wishes to allow victims of sex trafficking to file a petition for vacating convictions and the corresponding court records.
King plans to require the Virginia Small Business Financing Authority to report a risk-based review of loans and to adopt a process for small businesses that are denied initial certification to appeal the denial.
King pledges to improve education for the disabled and require the Department of Education to guide local school divisions on eligibility determinations for special education services.
Mark Warner, U.S. Senator; Gerry Connolly, U.S. Representative; Eileen Filler-Corn, VA Delegate; Charniele Herring, VA House of Delegates Majority Leader; Scott Suvorell, VA Senator; Louise Lucas, VA Senator