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FALLS CHURCH, VA – Governor Glenn Youngkin is making his third round of endorsements to include six candidates who are in contested primaries and 13 non-incumbents who will be the Republican nominee. The Governor previously endorsed 42 incumbents who have secured the Republican nomination and three additional incumbents – with Sen. Bryce Reeves and Del. John McGuire already capturing the senate nomination in District 28 and District 10, respectively.
“It’s an exciting time to be a Virginian. We are running toward excellence in education, empowering parents, cutting taxes, locking arms with law enforcement, and leading a whole of government approach to combatting the fentanyl crisis. I know this group of candidates – which includes experienced legislators, law enforcement officials, small business leaders and business executives – are committed to making Virginia the best place in America to live, work, and raise a family. Together, we will strengthen the spirit of Virginia and deliver results. I’m just so thrilled to endorse these leaders who are committed to serving their community and the Commonwealth,” said Governor Glenn Youngkin.
The Spirit of Virginia PAC has been steady at work, adding veteran operatives and building a data-driven coordinated campaign to hold the House and win the Senate. Meanwhile, Governor Youngkin has been highlighting the successes of his Administration across the Commonwealth and nation – as Virginia continues to be a model of what common-sense conservative leadership can provide for its citizens.
Here is a full list of new endorsements from Governor Youngkin.
Senate of Virginia (7)
Del. Christopher Head – District 3
Del. Emily Brewer – District 17
Kevin Adams – District 22
Danny Diggs – District 24
Del. Tara Durant – District 27
Bill Woolf – District 30
Juan Pablo Segura – District 31
House of Delegates (12)
John Stirrup – District 21
Ian Lovejoy – District 22
Geary Higgins – District 30
Delores Riley Oates – District 31
Chris Obenshain – District 41
David Owen – District 57
Riley Shaia – District 58
Del. Buddy Fowler – District 59
Paul Milde – District 64
Lee Peters – District 65
Hillary Pugh Kent – District 67
Baxter Ennis – District 89
Paid for by Spirit of Virginia