As a Virginian I'll probably support Radtke.
Bob Marshall says a lot of the right things. He also says some total space cadet things.
I've had an email exchange with Marshall a few years ago where I was trying to tell him that Wikipedia (at the time) was painting him as an anti-2nd amendment politician, and linked to a case where a woman was doing time for simple (and accidental IIRC) possession on school grounds, and that he had been the sole sponsor of the legislation that made that possible.
He responded as if I was speaking Ryukyuan... despite the fact that I sent him links and explained that this newfangled Wikipedia contraption also allowed him to make edits and remove the offending info if it wasn't true. And it stayed there for months. (Though it's not there now.)
Oh, look... you'll never guess where I found the offending bit of Wikipedia saved:
In 2000, Marshall was the sole patron of H.B. 350 and H.B. 351 in the Virginia General Assembly. These bills made it a Class 6 Felony to possess a gun on any public property in the state of Virginia even with a concealed carry permit. Marshall's bills were absorbed into a larger gun control bill and enacted. In 2000, a Virginia school teacher named Deena Esteban was sentenced to a year in prison after accidentally bringing a handgun onto public property in a ruling based on Marshall's legislation. Deena Esteban was in possession of a concealed carry permit and was not engaging in any threatening actions.
The Virginia Citizens Defense League, a pro-Second Amendment organization, unsuccessfully lobbied Marshall to withdraw his legislation at the time.