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This article is filled with many many statements about Mr. Krupicka that are unsourced, such as " at the urging of the community he successfully ran for City Council" (who is this community), "advocated for policies that have dramatically increased recycling" (what policies, did they work?), " instituted policies that encourage people to walk or bike to work (their numbers have more than doubled since his arrival)" (ok, a number shows up here, source?), "streamlined bureaucracy for small businesses so that independent companies have a better chance to thriv" (how? I'm assuming he did this but what exactly did he do and what's the source?), etc.
It also has statements like, "he worked to expand educational opportunity in Virginia's schools and ensure that children in the Commonwealth show up to Kindergarten ready to learn and graduate High School with the skills necessary to compete in the 21st Century " which is just pure fact-free PR. Some of this stuff needs to be removed as it's just PR and other things need sources. Pmw2cc (talk) 03:26, 21 July 2015 (UTC)