Newly-Elected Hampton Roads Delegate Angelia Williams Graves Endorses Terry McAuliffe for Governor - Terry McAuliffe

Newly-Elected Hampton Roads Delegate Angelia Williams Graves Endorses Terry McAuliffe for Governor

Delegate Williams Graves Becomes 34th Member of General Assembly and 11th Member of Virginia Legislative Black Caucus to Endorse Terry, Joins Coalition of 200+ Supporters

MCLEAN, VA – Delegate Angelia Williams Graves today endorsed Terry McAuliffe for Virginia governor, citing Terry’s bold plans to build an equitable post-COVID economy and ensure a world-class education for all Virginia students. Delegate Williams Graves becomes the 34th member of the General Assembly and the 11th member of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus to endorse McAuliffe, continuing to grow his unmatched coalition of more than 200+ Virginia leaders who are supporting his campaign.

As governor, Terry will work to rebuild a stronger, more equitable post-COVID economy that lifts up all Virginians and addresses the inequities that Black and Brown communities and small businesses have faced. He will work to rebuild Virginia’s thriving network of small businesses, including by creating a revolving fund to provide low-interest loans, transforming the regulatory process, and increasing incentives for small businesses. 

Delegate Williams Graves joins numerous prominent Hampton Roads-area leaders in supporting Terry for Virginia, including Senate President Pro Tempore L. Louise Lucas; Congresswoman Elaine Luria (VA-02); Senator Lionell Spruill; Delegates Don Scott, Cliff Hayes, Jr., Mike Mullin, Alex Askew, Martha Mugler, Steve Heretick; and Mayors Kenny Alexander, McKinley Price, Donnie Tuck, and Shannon Glover. Terry has received support from more than 200 Virginia leaders in his campaign, as well as from major national unions including the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA), and the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA)

“As a former city council member, I know firsthand how much strain the COVID-19 pandemic has put on local communities across the Commonwealth. And I also know Terry McAuliffe is a proven leader who has already demonstrated his ability to get things done in tough times. As the next governor of Virginia, Terry will work to make sure communities of color benefit from our post-COVID recovery and that is why I am proud to endorse him today,” said Delegate Angelia Williams Graves. “Terry’s dedication to addressing the racial, socioeconomic and geographic inequities in our education system will be critical to our post-COVID recovery. His bold plan for a $2 billion investment will give our local school districts the resources they desperately need, including raising our teachers’s salaries above the national average for the first time in Virginia history. I am ready to work with Terry as our governor to lift up all Virginians.”

“I am honored to have Delegate Angelia Williams Graves join my broad coalition of elected officials and community leaders from across the Commonwealth who are ready to build a stronger, more inclusive post-COVID Virginia. As governor, I will work to make sure our post-COVID recovery lifts up all Virginians, particularly Black and Brown communities that have been left behind for too long,” said Terry McAuliffe. “This is a critical moment for our Commonwealth and I will take big, bold action to address the inequities that have plagued our education, healthcare, and criminal justice systems for generations. I look forward to working with Delegate Williams Graves and our entire Democratic majority in the House of Delegates.”

Since launching his campaign in December, Terry has released big, bold plans to strengthen Virginia’s education system and dramatically increase teacher pay, help secure Virginia’s economic recovery from COVID-19, reform our criminal justice system to create a more equitable Virginia, ensure Virginians have access to regular nutritious meals, address the broken, predatory system of prescription drug pricing, boldly confront the gun violence epidemic, make Virginia the best state in the nation for Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Healthcare (STEM-H) and computer science education, tackle the housing crisis in the Commonwealth and invest in Virginia’s workforce to create a more equitable post-COVID economy, ensure Virginians have access to high-quality, affordable health care, and tackle climate change and secure Virginia’s clean energy future by 2035.

Delegate Williams Graves joins an unmatched, broad, and diverse coalition of over 200 endorsers that includes:

  • Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
  • Congresswoman Elaine Luria (VA-02)
  • Senate President Pro-Tempore L. Louise Lucas (Co-Chair of Terry for Virginia)
  • House Majority Leader Charniele Herring (Co-Chair of Terry for Virginia)
  • Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney (Co-Chair of Terry for Virginia)
  • Congresswoman Elaine Luria (VA-02)
  • House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn (Fairfax County)
  • Senate Majority Leader Dick Saslaw (Fairfax County, and Cities of Alexandria and Falls Church)
  • House Democratic Caucus Chair Rip Sullivan (Arlington and Fairfax Counties)
  • House Education Committee Chair Delegate Roslyn Tyler (Counties of Brunswick, Greensville, Lunenburg, Southampton, Sussex, and Cities of Emporia and Franklin)
  • House Transportation Committee Chair Delores McQuinn (Counties of Charles City, Chesterfield, Henrico, and City of Richmond)
  • House Appropriations Chair Luke Torian (Prince William County)
  • House Finance Committee Chair Delegate Vivian Watts (Fairfax County)
  • Senate Appropriations and Finance Committee Chair Janet Howell (Counties of Arlington and Fairfax) 
  • Senator Lionell Spruill (Cities of Chesapeake and Norfolk)
  • Senator Adam Ebbin (Arlington and Fairfax Counties, and City of Alexandria)
  • Senator Barbara Favola (Arlington, Fairfax, and Loudoun Counties)
  • Senator Dave Marsden (Fairfax County)
  • Senator George Barker (Fairfax and Prince William Counties, and City of Alexandria)
  • Senator John Bell (Loudoun and Prince William Counties)
  • Delegate Alfonso Lopez (Arlington and Fairfax Counties)
  • Delegate Cliff Hayes, Jr. (Cities of Chesapeake and Virginia Beach)
  • Delegate Mike Mullin (Counties of James City and York, and Cities of Newport News and Williamsburg)
  • Delegate Alex Askew (City of Virginia Beach)
  • Delegate Don Scott (City of Portsmouth)
  • Delegate Mark Sickles (Fairfax County)
  • Delegate Kathleen Murphy (Fairfax and Loudoun Counties) 
  • Delegate Karrie Delaney (Fairfax and Loudoun Counties)
  • Delegate David Reid (Loudoun County)
  • Delegate Chris Hurst (Radford City; Giles, Pulaski and Montgomery Counties)
  • Delegate Kaye Kory (Fairfax County)
  • Delegate Martha Mugler (Counties of York, Hampton, and Poquoson)
  • Delegate Steve Heretick (Cities of Chesapeake, Norfolk, and Portsmouth)
  • Delegate Clint Jenkins (Cities of Chesapeake and Suffolk)
  • Delegate Schuyler VanValkenburg (Henrico County)
  • Delegate Suhas Subramanyam (Loudoun and Prince William Counties)
  • Delegate Shelly Simonds (Newport News)
  • Former Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jeff McKay
  • Arlington County Board of Supervisors Chair Matt de Ferranti 
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Vice-Chair Penelope Gross
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Member John Foust
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Member Rodney L. Lusk
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Member Walter L. Alcorn
  • Loudoun County Supervisor Kristen Umstattd
  • Prince William County School Board Chairman Babur B. Lateef 
  • Montgomery County Supervisor Mary Biggs
  • Prince Edward County Supervisor Jerry Townsend 
  • Nottoway County Supervisor Sherman Vaughn 
  • Greensville County Board of Supervisors Chair James Brown
  • Greensville County Board of Supervisors Vice Chair Belinda Astrop
  • Greensville County Board of Supervisors Member Tony Conwell
  • Tazewell County Supervisor Maggie Asbury
  • Mayor Kenny Alexander (Norfolk)
  • Mayor McKinley Price (Newport News)
  • Mayor Donnie Tuck (Hampton)
  • Mayor Shannon Glover (Portsmouth) 
  • Mayor Sherman Lea (Roanoke)
  • Mayor Michelle Davis-Younger (Manassas City) 
  • Mayor Kelly Burk (Leesburg)
  • Mayor Earnest “Earnie” Porta Jr (Occoquan)
  • Mayor Ed Owens (South Boston)
  • Norfolk Vice Mayor Martin Thomas
  • Manassas City Vice Mayor Pamela Sebesky
  • Lynchburg Vice Mayor Beau Wright
  • Norfolk City Councilor Courtney Doyle
  • Chesapeake Council Member Ella Ward
  • Hampton City Councilor Chris Snead
  • Hampton City Councilor Eleanor Weston Brown
  • Hampton City Councilor W.H. “Billy” Hobbs Jr.
  • Hampton City Councilor Chris Bowman
  • Portsmouth City Councilor Lisa Lucas-Burke
  • Alexandria City Councilwoman Redella S. “Del” Pepper 
  • Alexandria City Councilman Canek Aguirre
  • Manassas City Councilmember Mark Wolfe 
  • Manassas City Councilmember Ralph Smith
  • Manassas City Councilmember David Farajollahi
  • Farmville City Councilman Brian Vincent 
  • Bristol City Councilor Neal Osborne
  • Smithfield Town Councilor Valerie Butler
  • Leesburg Town Councilman Zach Cummings
  • Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Steve Descano
  • Hampton Commonwealth’s Attorney Anton Bell
  • Alexandria City Commonwealth’s Attorney Bryan Porter
  • Hampton School Board Chair Joe Kilgore
  • Fairfax County School Board Member Karen Corbett Sanders 
  • Arlington County School Board Member Barbara Kanninen
  • Montgomery County School Board Member Sue Kass
  • Hampton Commissioner of Revenue Ross Mugler
  • Norfolk Commissioner of Revenue Evans Poston
  • Portsmouth Sheriff Michael Moore
  • Norfolk Sheriff Joe Baron
  • Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid
  • Alexandria City Sheriff Dana Lawhorne
  • Arlington Sheriff Beth Arthur
  • Arlington Clerk of the Circuit Court and Former County Board Chair Paul Ferguson
  • Alexandria City Clerk of Court J. Greg Parks
  • Portsmouth Clerk of Court Cynthia Morrison
  • Manassas City Treasurer Patricia Richie-Folks
  • Roanoke Clerk of Court Steve McGraw
  • Portsmouth Commissioner of Revenue Frankie Edmondson
  • Wise County Commissioner of Revenue Douglas Mullins
  • Portsmouth Treasurer Paige Cherry
  • Hampton Treasurer Molly Ward
  • Former Congressman Jim Moran (VA-08)
  • Former Congressman Lewis F. “L.F.” Payne (VA-05)
  • Former Senate Majority Caucus Chair, Arlington County Board Chair and Arlington County School Board Chair Mary Margaret Whipple
  • Former House Majority Leader C. Richard “Dickie” Cranwell (Roanoke County)
  • Former House Minority Leader and Charlottesville Mayor David Toscano 
  • Former Virginia Beach Delegate and former United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Virginia Bobby Mathieson
  • Former Virginia Beach Delegate Cheryl Turpin
  • Former Norfolk Mayor Paul Fraim
  • Former Newport News Mayor Joe Frank
  • Former Alexandria City Mayor William “Bill” Euille
  • Former Alexandria City Mayor Allison Silberberg
  • Former Charlottesville Mayor Rev. Alvin Edwards 
  • Former Arlington County Board Chair Walter Tejada
  • Former Arlington County Board Chair Mary Hynes
  • Former Arlington County Board Chair Jay Fisette
  • Former Arlington County Board Chair John Milliken
  • Former Prince William County Supervisor Frank Principi
  • Former Virginia Beach City Councilor Amelia Ross-Hammond
  • Former Alexandria City Councilman WIllie Bailey Sr.
  • Former Alexandria City Councilman Tim Lovain
  • Former Roanoke County Sheriff Gerald Holt
  • Former Prince Edward County Sheriff Wesley Reed 
  • Former Montgomery County School Board Member Connie Froggatt
  • Former 5th CD Congressional Candidate Roger Dean Huffstetler
  • Former DNC Member Steve Cochran (Montgomery County)
  • John Grisham, Best-selling author 
  • Renee Grisham, Food security advocate 
  • Susan Payne, Community leader 
  • Reverend Jackie Nophlin, Bristol community leader
  • Rev. Dr. Robert A. Diggs Sr., Petersburg faith leader
  • Rev. Jeffrey Dodson Sr., Petersburg faith leader
  • Rev. Dr. Rebecca Branch-Griffin, Petersburg faith leader
  • Rev. June Twyman, Petersburg faith leader
  • Rev. Dr. Claudie Grant Jr., Prince George faith leader
  • Rev. Dr. Jimmie L. Walker Sr., Dinwiddie faith leader 
  • Kameron Gray, Student Government Association President at Virginia State University
  • Prince George Board of Supervisors Chairman Floyd Brown, Jr.
  • Dinwiddie County Board of Supervisors Member Brenda Ebron-Bonner

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Newly-Elected Hampton Roads Delegate Angelia Williams Graves Endorses Terry McAuliffe for Governor

Delegate Williams Graves Becomes 34th Member of General Assembly and 11th Member of Virginia Legislative Black Caucus to Endorse Terry, Joins Coalition of 200+ Supporters

MCLEAN, VA – Delegate Angelia Williams Graves today endorsed Terry McAuliffe for Virginia governor, citing Terry’s bold plans to build an equitable post-COVID economy and ensure a world-class education for all Virginia students. Delegate Williams Graves becomes the 34th member of the General Assembly and the 11th member of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus to endorse McAuliffe, continuing to grow his unmatched coalition of more than 200+ Virginia leaders who are supporting his campaign.

As governor, Terry will work to rebuild a stronger, more equitable post-COVID economy that lifts up all Virginians and addresses the inequities that Black and Brown communities and small businesses have faced. He will work to rebuild Virginia’s thriving network of small businesses, including by creating a revolving fund to provide low-interest loans, transforming the regulatory process, and increasing incentives for small businesses. 

Delegate Williams Graves joins numerous prominent Hampton Roads-area leaders in supporting Terry for Virginia, including Senate President Pro Tempore L. Louise Lucas; Congresswoman Elaine Luria (VA-02); Senator Lionell Spruill; Delegates Don Scott, Cliff Hayes, Jr., Mike Mullin, Alex Askew, Martha Mugler, Steve Heretick; and Mayors Kenny Alexander, McKinley Price, Donnie Tuck, and Shannon Glover. Terry has received support from more than 200 Virginia leaders in his campaign, as well as from major national unions including the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA), and the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA)

“As a former city council member, I know firsthand how much strain the COVID-19 pandemic has put on local communities across the Commonwealth. And I also know Terry McAuliffe is a proven leader who has already demonstrated his ability to get things done in tough times. As the next governor of Virginia, Terry will work to make sure communities of color benefit from our post-COVID recovery and that is why I am proud to endorse him today,” said Delegate Angelia Williams Graves. “Terry’s dedication to addressing the racial, socioeconomic and geographic inequities in our education system will be critical to our post-COVID recovery. His bold plan for a $2 billion investment will give our local school districts the resources they desperately need, including raising our teachers’s salaries above the national average for the first time in Virginia history. I am ready to work with Terry as our governor to lift up all Virginians.”

“I am honored to have Delegate Angelia Williams Graves join my broad coalition of elected officials and community leaders from across the Commonwealth who are ready to build a stronger, more inclusive post-COVID Virginia. As governor, I will work to make sure our post-COVID recovery lifts up all Virginians, particularly Black and Brown communities that have been left behind for too long,” said Terry McAuliffe. “This is a critical moment for our Commonwealth and I will take big, bold action to address the inequities that have plagued our education, healthcare, and criminal justice systems for generations. I look forward to working with Delegate Williams Graves and our entire Democratic majority in the House of Delegates.”

Since launching his campaign in December, Terry has released big, bold plans to strengthen Virginia’s education system and dramatically increase teacher pay, help secure Virginia’s economic recovery from COVID-19, reform our criminal justice system to create a more equitable Virginia, ensure Virginians have access to regular nutritious meals, address the broken, predatory system of prescription drug pricing, boldly confront the gun violence epidemic, make Virginia the best state in the nation for Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Healthcare (STEM-H) and computer science education, tackle the housing crisis in the Commonwealth and invest in Virginia’s workforce to create a more equitable post-COVID economy, ensure Virginians have access to high-quality, affordable health care, and tackle climate change and secure Virginia’s clean energy future by 2035.

Delegate Williams Graves joins an unmatched, broad, and diverse coalition of over 200 endorsers that includes:

  • Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
  • Congresswoman Elaine Luria (VA-02)
  • Senate President Pro-Tempore L. Louise Lucas (Co-Chair of Terry for Virginia)
  • House Majority Leader Charniele Herring (Co-Chair of Terry for Virginia)
  • Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney (Co-Chair of Terry for Virginia)
  • Congresswoman Elaine Luria (VA-02)
  • House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn (Fairfax County)
  • Senate Majority Leader Dick Saslaw (Fairfax County, and Cities of Alexandria and Falls Church)
  • House Democratic Caucus Chair Rip Sullivan (Arlington and Fairfax Counties)
  • House Education Committee Chair Delegate Roslyn Tyler (Counties of Brunswick, Greensville, Lunenburg, Southampton, Sussex, and Cities of Emporia and Franklin)
  • House Transportation Committee Chair Delores McQuinn (Counties of Charles City, Chesterfield, Henrico, and City of Richmond)
  • House Appropriations Chair Luke Torian (Prince William County)
  • House Finance Committee Chair Delegate Vivian Watts (Fairfax County)
  • Senate Appropriations and Finance Committee Chair Janet Howell (Counties of Arlington and Fairfax) 
  • Senator Lionell Spruill (Cities of Chesapeake and Norfolk)
  • Senator Adam Ebbin (Arlington and Fairfax Counties, and City of Alexandria)
  • Senator Barbara Favola (Arlington, Fairfax, and Loudoun Counties)
  • Senator Dave Marsden (Fairfax County)
  • Senator George Barker (Fairfax and Prince William Counties, and City of Alexandria)
  • Senator John Bell (Loudoun and Prince William Counties)
  • Delegate Alfonso Lopez (Arlington and Fairfax Counties)
  • Delegate Cliff Hayes, Jr. (Cities of Chesapeake and Virginia Beach)
  • Delegate Mike Mullin (Counties of James City and York, and Cities of Newport News and Williamsburg)
  • Delegate Alex Askew (City of Virginia Beach)
  • Delegate Don Scott (City of Portsmouth)
  • Delegate Mark Sickles (Fairfax County)
  • Delegate Kathleen Murphy (Fairfax and Loudoun Counties) 
  • Delegate Karrie Delaney (Fairfax and Loudoun Counties)
  • Delegate David Reid (Loudoun County)
  • Delegate Chris Hurst (Radford City; Giles, Pulaski and Montgomery Counties)
  • Delegate Kaye Kory (Fairfax County)
  • Delegate Martha Mugler (Counties of York, Hampton, and Poquoson)
  • Delegate Steve Heretick (Cities of Chesapeake, Norfolk, and Portsmouth)
  • Delegate Clint Jenkins (Cities of Chesapeake and Suffolk)
  • Delegate Schuyler VanValkenburg (Henrico County)
  • Delegate Suhas Subramanyam (Loudoun and Prince William Counties)
  • Delegate Shelly Simonds (Newport News)
  • Former Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jeff McKay
  • Arlington County Board of Supervisors Chair Matt de Ferranti 
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Vice-Chair Penelope Gross
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Member John Foust
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Member Rodney L. Lusk
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Member Walter L. Alcorn
  • Loudoun County Supervisor Kristen Umstattd
  • Prince William County School Board Chairman Babur B. Lateef 
  • Montgomery County Supervisor Mary Biggs
  • Prince Edward County Supervisor Jerry Townsend 
  • Nottoway County Supervisor Sherman Vaughn 
  • Greensville County Board of Supervisors Chair James Brown
  • Greensville County Board of Supervisors Vice Chair Belinda Astrop
  • Greensville County Board of Supervisors Member Tony Conwell
  • Tazewell County Supervisor Maggie Asbury
  • Mayor Kenny Alexander (Norfolk)
  • Mayor McKinley Price (Newport News)
  • Mayor Donnie Tuck (Hampton)
  • Mayor Shannon Glover (Portsmouth) 
  • Mayor Sherman Lea (Roanoke)
  • Mayor Michelle Davis-Younger (Manassas City) 
  • Mayor Kelly Burk (Leesburg)
  • Mayor Earnest “Earnie” Porta Jr (Occoquan)
  • Mayor Ed Owens (South Boston)
  • Norfolk Vice Mayor Martin Thomas
  • Manassas City Vice Mayor Pamela Sebesky
  • Lynchburg Vice Mayor Beau Wright
  • Norfolk City Councilor Courtney Doyle
  • Chesapeake Council Member Ella Ward
  • Hampton City Councilor Chris Snead
  • Hampton City Councilor Eleanor Weston Brown
  • Hampton City Councilor W.H. “Billy” Hobbs Jr.
  • Hampton City Councilor Chris Bowman
  • Portsmouth City Councilor Lisa Lucas-Burke
  • Alexandria City Councilwoman Redella S. “Del” Pepper 
  • Alexandria City Councilman Canek Aguirre
  • Manassas City Councilmember Mark Wolfe 
  • Manassas City Councilmember Ralph Smith
  • Manassas City Councilmember David Farajollahi
  • Farmville City Councilman Brian Vincent 
  • Bristol City Councilor Neal Osborne
  • Smithfield Town Councilor Valerie Butler
  • Leesburg Town Councilman Zach Cummings
  • Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Steve Descano
  • Hampton Commonwealth’s Attorney Anton Bell
  • Alexandria City Commonwealth’s Attorney Bryan Porter
  • Hampton School Board Chair Joe Kilgore
  • Fairfax County School Board Member Karen Corbett Sanders 
  • Arlington County School Board Member Barbara Kanninen
  • Montgomery County School Board Member Sue Kass
  • Hampton Commissioner of Revenue Ross Mugler
  • Norfolk Commissioner of Revenue Evans Poston
  • Portsmouth Sheriff Michael Moore
  • Norfolk Sheriff Joe Baron
  • Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid
  • Alexandria City Sheriff Dana Lawhorne
  • Arlington Sheriff Beth Arthur
  • Arlington Clerk of the Circuit Court and Former County Board Chair Paul Ferguson
  • Alexandria City Clerk of Court J. Greg Parks
  • Portsmouth Clerk of Court Cynthia Morrison
  • Manassas City Treasurer Patricia Richie-Folks
  • Roanoke Clerk of Court Steve McGraw
  • Portsmouth Commissioner of Revenue Frankie Edmondson
  • Wise County Commissioner of Revenue Douglas Mullins
  • Portsmouth Treasurer Paige Cherry
  • Hampton Treasurer Molly Ward
  • Former Congressman Jim Moran (VA-08)
  • Former Congressman Lewis F. “L.F.” Payne (VA-05)
  • Former Senate Majority Caucus Chair, Arlington County Board Chair and Arlington County School Board Chair Mary Margaret Whipple
  • Former House Majority Leader C. Richard “Dickie” Cranwell (Roanoke County)
  • Former House Minority Leader and Charlottesville Mayor David Toscano 
  • Former Virginia Beach Delegate and former United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Virginia Bobby Mathieson
  • Former Virginia Beach Delegate Cheryl Turpin
  • Former Norfolk Mayor Paul Fraim
  • Former Newport News Mayor Joe Frank
  • Former Alexandria City Mayor William “Bill” Euille
  • Former Alexandria City Mayor Allison Silberberg
  • Former Charlottesville Mayor Rev. Alvin Edwards 
  • Former Arlington County Board Chair Walter Tejada
  • Former Arlington County Board Chair Mary Hynes
  • Former Arlington County Board Chair Jay Fisette
  • Former Arlington County Board Chair John Milliken
  • Former Prince William County Supervisor Frank Principi
  • Former Virginia Beach City Councilor Amelia Ross-Hammond
  • Former Alexandria City Councilman WIllie Bailey Sr.
  • Former Alexandria City Councilman Tim Lovain
  • Former Roanoke County Sheriff Gerald Holt
  • Former Prince Edward County Sheriff Wesley Reed 
  • Former Montgomery County School Board Member Connie Froggatt
  • Former 5th CD Congressional Candidate Roger Dean Huffstetler
  • Former DNC Member Steve Cochran (Montgomery County)
  • John Grisham, Best-selling author 
  • Renee Grisham, Food security advocate 
  • Susan Payne, Community leader 
  • Reverend Jackie Nophlin, Bristol community leader
  • Rev. Dr. Robert A. Diggs Sr., Petersburg faith leader
  • Rev. Jeffrey Dodson Sr., Petersburg faith leader
  • Rev. Dr. Rebecca Branch-Griffin, Petersburg faith leader
  • Rev. June Twyman, Petersburg faith leader
  • Rev. Dr. Claudie Grant Jr., Prince George faith leader
  • Rev. Dr. Jimmie L. Walker Sr., Dinwiddie faith leader 
  • Kameron Gray, Student Government Association President at Virginia State University
  • Prince George Board of Supervisors Chairman Floyd Brown, Jr.
  • Dinwiddie County Board of Supervisors Member Brenda Ebron-Bonner

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