After a long day at the Buckingham High School for the Senate District 10 Convention, we officially have a Republican nominee. Delegate John McGuire won the nomination with 63% of the vote in only one round of voting against three other candidates competing to earn the votes of the delegates in attendance and those candidates were Duane Adams (Chairman/Louisa County Supervisor), Jack Dyer (Hanover GOP Chairman) and Sandy Brindley (former public school teacher and activist).
McGuire also had many notable endorsements and a few to mention are Governor Glenn Youngkin, former Governor Bob McDonnell, Senator Amanda Chase, Bishop E.W. Jackson and many other activists, elected officials and organizations throughout the Commonwealth. McGuire also received an A from the NRA but these endorsements are just a small taste of his support. You can check out more about his platform at mcguireforvirginia.com and even reach out to him by sending a text to his personal phone number 804-833-5608.
At the end of the convention an act of unity was displayed by Adams, Brindley and Dyer who accepted and motioned for the nomination of McGuire who was chosen by the people of Senate District 10 and the results and the motion were accepted as such.
And now with all the crucial issues at stake, especially the fight for the unborn, it is important that we send McGuire back to Richmond to not only finish the work he started in the House but to continue that work by helping win back control of the Senate and clean up the mess left by Northam and his company of Democrats.
The counties included in Senate District 10 are Hanover (partial), Powhatan, Louisa (partial), Goochland, Fluvanna, Appomattox, Buckingham, Amelia, Cumberland and Prince Edward (partial).