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Reeves for Lt. Governor Announces Director of Hispanic-American Coalition

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January 26, 2017
Contact: Sam Azzarelli
Email: Sam@BryceReeves.com 

Reeves for Lt. Governor Announces Director of Hispanic-American Coalition 

 Lolita 

FREDERICKSBURG, VA— Bryce Reeves announced today that Dr. Lolita Mancheno-Smoak has been named Director of the Hispanic-American Coalition on the Reeves for Lt. Governor campaign.

"I'm proud to serve as Director of the Hispanic-American Coalition for the Reeves for Lt. Governor campaign," stated Lolita. "I look forward to leading the fight for Bryce and electing him as Virginia's next Lieutenant Governor!"

Lolita Mancheno-Smoak holds an independent practice as an InnerSight Guide and is a small business owner. She has a long history of advocacy in Northern Virginia on child abuse prevention, closing the achievement gap, and engaging folks in the Latino community. She has been serving on Hispanics Against Child Abuse & Neglect (HACAN) since 2005 and is immediate past president. In addition to her work with HACAN, she serves on the Advisory Boards of Childhelp and ReadyNation, and is Honorary Chairman of Casa Hispana De Virginia. Lolita also currently serves on the RNC’s Virginia Hispanic Advisory Council.        

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RELEASE: Reeves for Lt. Governor Announces Chairman of Asian-American Coalition

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January 19, 2017
Contact: Sam Azzarelli
Email: Sam@BryceReeves.com 

Reeves for Lt. Governor Announces

Chairman of Asian-American Coalition

Harold Pyon

FREDERICKSBURG, VA— Bryce Reeves announced today that Harold Y. Pyon has been named Chairman of the Asian-American Coalition for the Reeves for Lt. Governor campaign.

Pyon stated, “I am excited to join the team, and I am looking forward to leading the Asian-American Coalition to elect Bryce Reeves as Virginia’s next Lieutenant Governor.”

Harold Pyon has a long history of public service, which includes serving on the Board of Directors of the Fairfax County Economic Recovery Commission, the Annandale Chamber of Commerce, and the Fairfax County Park Authority Board. He was the first Asian American to be a member of the Virginia State Board of Elections where he served as Vice Chair. Harold has an extensive background in community service and fundraising. He is a Deacon of the Korean Central Presbyterian Church in Centreville, Virginia.

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RELEASE: Reeves for Lt. Governor Announces Director of Indian-American Coalition

 

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January 11, 2017
Contact: Sam Azzarelli
Email: Sam@BryceReeves.com

Reeves for Lt. Governor Announces Director of Indian-American Coalition

Puneet Ahluwalia
FREDERICKSBURG, VA Bryce Reeves announced today that Puneet Ahluwalia has been named Director of the Indian-American Coalition for the Reeves for Lt. Governor campaign.
 
“I’m excited for this opportunity and look forward to leading this coalition to elect Bryce Reeves as Virginia’s next Lieutenant Governor,” said Ahluwalia.
 
Puneet serves on the Virginia Republican State Central Committee for the 10th District. He is an active member of the Republican Party who focuses on limited government, pro-business policies, and creating opportunities for minorities. Puneet is a consultant at The Livingston Group, serves as a managing partner of New World Strategies, LLC, and recently served on Donald Trump’s Asian Pacific American Advisory Committee. He is a native of India and a graduate from Delhi University.

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Bryce Reeves Formally Announces Candidacy for Lt. Governor of Virginia

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December 1, 2016
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Bryce Reeves Formally Announces Candidacy for Lt. Governor of Virginia

FREDERICKSBURG, VA—Senator Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) formally announced his candidacy for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia tonight at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3103.  Reeves has been laying the groundwork for his Lt. Governor campaign as chairman of Revitalize Virginia PAC for the past 9 months.

Colonel Roger Lintz, Reeves’ Commander in the Army, two-time Bronze Star Medal and Purple Heart Recipient stated during his introduction, “Bryce is the conservative leader we need fighting for our Commonwealth. Bryce is a tireless worker and fearless leader whose life has revolved around public service having served as an Army Ranger, a Narcotics and Vice Detective, a Republican grassroots chairman, and now as a State Senator. As our next Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, Bryce is the person Virginians can count on to keep us safe and secure.”

“I want to make sure that our Commonwealth, you, and your families are safe and secure,” said Reeves. “Secure from terrorists hoping to exploit our vulnerabilities. Secure from criminals who don’t care about following the laws of an orderly society.”

“I support Bryce Reeves because he is the leader our state needs with job creation and economic development, while putting those who have served our country first,” said Cheryl Sawyer, Vice President of Advanced Integrated Technologies in Norfolk, Virginia. “With Bryce’s extensive background and proven leadership owning a successful business, his service to our country, and his many years as public servant, I know he will fix the current issues with our state while taking it back in the direction it once was.”

Citing the need for true leadership in Richmond, Reeves added, “Now more than ever, we need strong, honest, and trustworthy leaders to put us back on the pathway to prosperity and freedom. I share your values and I will always protect and defend our God-given rights.”

Senator Reeves concluded with, “I hope you will join me and fight for Virginia’s future. Ladies and gentlemen, I’m Bryce Reeves and I am running for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia.”

Bryce Reeves represents the 17th Senate District of Virginia. He is a small business owner, former Prince William County Vice-Narcotics Detective, and U.S. Army Veteran (Army Rangers). He spearheaded legislation to save reciprocity for Virginia gun owners and is running for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, focusing on improving Virginia’s economy, preserving family values, protecting Constitutional rights, and fighting for taxpayers. Senator Reeves has been featured on Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN. He resides in Spotsylvania County with his wife Anne and their two children.

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Reeves Commends Pence for Calling on Washington Elites to Eliminate Favoritism Within the Justice System

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Reeves Commends Pence for Calling on Washington Elites to Eliminate Favoritism Within the Justice System

FREDERICKSBURG- Virginia State Senator Bryce Reeves commends Governor Pence on exposing Clinton as a national security risk. He calls on Washington elites to eliminate favoritism and maintain justice for all.

“Governor Pence is exactly right when he stated if any member of the military set up a private server and put national security information at risk, even exposing classified information, they would be court marshaled. In fact, one can be prosecuted under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), 18 U.S. Code § 798, and face up to 10 years in prison. We must stop the favoritism of the elite and maintain justice for all--which means all of us, not some of us. Hillary Clinton, or any other politician for that matter, should not be held to a different standard than any other American, whether they are a member of the military sacrificing their lives for our nation, a small business owner, or a working mom trying to make ends meet. This is precisely the reason the American people are fed up with politics in Washington.”

Bryce Reeves represents the 17th Senate District of Virginia. He is a small business owner, former Prince William County Vice-Narcotics Detective, and U.S. Army Veteran (Army Rangers). He spearheaded legislation to save reciprocity for Virginia gun owners and is exploring a run for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, focusing on improving Virginia’s economy, preserving family values, protecting Constitutional rights, and fighting for taxpayers. Senator Reeves resides in Spotsylvania County with his wife Anne and their two children.

 


Bryce Reeves Earns Support of Thirty Sheriffs Across The Commonwealth

Law Enforcement Leaders Unite Behind the Former Narcotics Detective for Lieutenant Governor

FREDERICKSBURG- Today, Revitalize Virginia PAC chairman and state Senator Bryce Reeves announced the support of thirty sheriffs from across Virginia as he explores a campaign for lieutenant governor in 2017. Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) is a former Prince William County Narcotics Detective and former US Army Ranger who currently serves on the Courts of Justice Committee in the State Senate. 

“Having served as a cop with Bryce in Prince William County Virginia, I know he has the experience and the heart needed to lead Virginia to a brighter future,” stated Spotsylvania County Sheriff Roger Harris who is a third term Sheriff of the county. “I am excited that Bryce is running for lieutenant governor and will give a voice we need to Virginia’s law enforcement.” 

“I like his leadership,” said Sheriff Karl Leonard (Chesterfield). “I feel very confident that Bryce Reeves is who Virginians need as our next Lieutenant Governor in 2017. He has worn the cloth of our country as I have with the U.S. Coast Guard and Bryce has served as a Vice-Narcotics Detective in Prince William County. Bryce Reeves is a leader who puts service above self and has the strongest record of any candidate with our veterans and law enforcement.” Sheriff Leonard has been a key grassroots leader in past Republican elections. He also has an extensive 30 year career for our U.S. Coast Guard including several deployments to the Middle East and a couple Pentagon tours.

“Bryce Reeves is the leader Virginians need as our next lieutenant governor,” said Sheriff Richard Vaughan. “As a former detective, he knows the challenges our law enforcement face today. My campaign for Sheriff focused on ‘principles, not politics’ and I see the same authentic leadership in Bryce.” Sheriff Vaughan was unanimously elected President of the Virginia Sheriffs Association and has over 20 years in law enforcement.

“I’d like to thank everyone for their trust and support while considering my run for lieutenant governor in 2017,” stated Reeves. "The support of these wonderful Law Enforcement Officers is such an honor to me. Their goals are to keep our homes, schools, and streets safe and make sure every deputy returns home safely after each shift. I look forward to working with our Law Enforcement across the Commonwealth to ensure they have the tools they need to keep Virginians safe and secure and am excited to have these Sheriffs on board to help us kick-off Revitalize Virginia PAC’s Law Enforcement Coalition.”

Senator Bryce Reeves has received the endorsements of the following Sheriffs: 

  • Accomack County Sheriff Todd Godwin
  • Albemarle County Sheriff Chip Harding
  • Augusta County Sheriff Donald Smith
  • Bath County Sheriff Robert Plecker
  • Bedford County Sheriff Michael Brown
  • Bland County Sheriff Thomas Roseberry III
  • Brunswick County Sheriff Brian Roberts
  • Caroline County Sheriff Tony Lippa
  • Charles City County Sheriff Alan Jones
  • Chesterfield County Sheriff Karl Leonard
  • Culpeper County Sheriff Scott Jenkins
  • Cumberland County Sheriff Darrell Hodges
  • Danville City Sheriff Michael Mondul
  • Fredericksburg City Sheriff Paul Higgs
  • Grayson County Sheriff Richard Vaughan
  • Greene County Sheriff Steven Smith
  • King George County Sheriff Steve Dempsey
  • Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie
  • Louisa County Sheriff Ashland Fortune
  • Montgomery County Sheriff Hank Partin
  • Northumberland County Sheriff James “Doc” Lyons
  • Orange County Sheriff Mark Amos
  • Page County Sheriff Chadwick Cubbage
  • Patrick County Sheriff Daniel Smith
  • Prince William County Sheriff Glendell Hill
  • Richmond County Sheriff Steve Smith
  • Spotsylvania County Sheriff Roger Harris
  • Stafford County Sheriff David Decatur
  • Wythe County Sheriff Keith Dunagan
  • York County and Poquoson Sheriff Danny Diggs

Reeves Calls on State Central Committee to Support a Convention

Dear Friends,

I’m asking State Central Committee members to support and vote for a convention for 2017 and urging anyone considering a run for office next year to join me in that call.  As a passionate conservative who has come up through Virginia’s grassroots – serving as a volunteer then a county chairman – I feel very strongly that Republican activists are the best individuals to select our nominees for public office. 

I’m a steadfast supporter of a convention for next year’s nomination process. It's important to keep our party unified by maintaining an agreement we made to select our candidates through a convention in 2017. While I respect everyone's views on this issue, Virginia’s open primaries allow Democrats to participate in the selection of our nominees – but the convention process ensures that the dedicated volunteers who will do the door knocking and make the phone calls to get our nominees elected pick the candidates who most closely reflect our core principles and values. 

I have had the privilege to work with many grassroots leaders from across the Commonwealth – and had the opportunity to meet even more over the last nine months. I am more convinced than ever that these men and women have the passion and commonsense needed to vet our candidates for 2017 and select the very best to win a statewide election and turn back years of liberal Democrat overreach. 

Sincerely,

 

Bryce Reeves


Pastor Travis Witt Endorses Bryce Reeves for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia

"As a conservative pastor, former chair of the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation, and a member of the Republican State Central Committee...I believe Bryce is Virginia's best choice for Lieutenant Governor in 2017."

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Stop fanning the flames of violence against cops

- Fox News - By Bryce Reeves - America’s elected officials have long been a source of inspiration and hope for our own people and millions of others across the globe.

For more than 240 years, politicians in our country have given voice to our collective joys while addressing some of our deepest fears.

Their words matter.

The men and women who serve our communities as police officers are no more perfect than the rest of us. What makes them heroic to me is their commitment to serve, their faith in the rule of law, and their desire to make a positive difference for their family and yours.

But lately, some politicians have failed us when it comes to voicing their concerns with the methods used by law enforcement officers to protect people in our communities who are threatened by those with no regard for the laws that govern a civilized society.

At a time when we should be working together to unite our citizens and stomp out racism and prejudice wherever it exists, too many are fanning the flames of violence and making our police officers targets instead of heroes.