Being in the VA 10th Congressional District is both a good and bad thing. First, the good news: since the 10th CD seat was lost to Jennifer Wexton (D) in 2016, no less than four excellent and diverse conservative candidates have stepped up to meet the challenge to unseat this radical Representative. The bad news: we have four excellent and diverse conservative candidates. This Saturday, June 20, conservative Virginians from northern Virginia will drive to Shenandoah University to select one of these four candidates to take on Wexton:
- Aliscia Andrews
- Jeffrey Dove
- Rob Jones
- Matthew Truong
Any one of these candidates would make a far better congressional representative than the clueless and reckless one who rode the misguided national wave of division to unseat Barbara Comstock (R) in 2018. Our party’s candidates are heroes on the battlefield, eloquent communicators of intelligent thought, champions of the entrepreneurial spirit, and relentless defenders of freedom and the American dream. Whoever wins will have my complete support to take back this seat. But only one candidate, in my humble opinion, is capable of taking the fight to Wexton in November. That candidate is former US Marine, Aliscia Andrews.
Aliscia is a mother, a former Marine, and an intelligence contractor. She is a fresh face to the political scene who was motivated to run for office by the insanity that we’re all witnessing unfold in front of us. She’s had enough of the insane calls to fire police who want to uphold federal immigration laws. She’s had enough of politicians who cast votes to win approval from their leaders rather than vote to represent the interests of their constituents. She’s had enough of leaders who disregard the life of the innocent in the womb and who would rather see you die than to ensure your right to protect your home and family. She is a fighter! If you don’t believe me, here’s a preview of the fight she’s taking to Wexton:
If you’re ready to take back the 10th, I urge you to support Aliscia and vote for her this Saturday, June 20.
Former Vice Chair for Information and Data
Fairfax County Republican Committee