Statewide County Leaders

FREDERICKSBURG, VA—Today, candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) announced his statewide County Leaders List, showing massive grassroots support throughout the Commonwealth.

“I am beyond excited and thankful to have these leading, grassroots conservatives on Team Reeves. Their dedication to the campaign and to sharing my vision for Virginia is humbling,” said Reeves.  “They have help put us in a commanding spot to win on Tuesday. One team, one goal!”

Statewide County Leaders include:

Rear Admiral Donald Loren, Alexandria
Lauren Castellano, Arlington
Dewey McDonnell, Culpeper
Mary Laing, Fairfax City
Tom Curtin, Fairfax County
Richard Butler, Falls Church
Ty Thompson, Fauquier
Sheriff Steve Dempsey, King George
Jeremiah Lorrig, Loudoun
Delegate Jackson Miller, Manassas
Kathy Hamilton, Manassas Park
Greg Pass, Prince William
Mary Revercomb, Rappahannock
Roger Lintz, Stafford
Robert Tigrett, Alleghany
Amy Whitaker, Amherst
Timothy Simmons, Augusta
Sheriff Robert Plecker, Bath
Mary DeWald, Bedford
Ryan and Mindy Boitnott, Botetourt
Rachel Flint, Buena Vista
Kay Gunter, Clarke
Mary Hanks, Covington
Anthony Delia, Frederick
Laura Logie, Harrisonburg
Phyllis Brock, Highland
Mary Harvey-Halseth, Lexington
Doc Troxel, Lynchburg
Jesse Rutherford, Nelson
Jesse Judy, Page
Mimi and Patton Coles, Roanoke City
Lee Ann Price, Roanoke County
Virgie Dill, Rockbridge
Lois Paul, Rockingham
Haden Wade, Salem
Curtis Foltz, Shenendoah
Mike Wagner, Albemarle
Sheriff Alan Jones, Charles City
Elizabeth Blake, Charlottesville
Thomas Wade, Chesterfield
Joe Tyler, Colonial Heights
Nikki Sheridan, Fluvanna
Rev. MichaEl Hirsch, Fredericksburg
June Frick, Goochland
Sheriff Steve Smith, Greene
Sandra Paulus, Hanover
Richard Roberts, Henrico
Craig Gilkison , Hopewell
Duane Adams , Louisa
Douglas Farmer, Madison
Charles Lott, New Kent
Bruce Kay, Orange
Charles Moseley, Petersburg
Yale and Karen Leftwich, Powhatan
Amy Butler, Prince George
Joe Herbert, Richmond City
Lynn Smith, Spotsylvania
Sheriff Thomas Roseberry, Bland
Kevin Corbett, Bristol
Barbara Dotson, Buchanan
Bradley Hawks, Carroll
Bo Trumbo, Craig
Michael Yates, Dickenson
Susan Peters, Floyd
Delegate Charles Poindexter, Franklin County
Patricia and Jerry Weaver, Galax
Jerolyn Deplazes, Giles
Senator Bill Carrico, Grayson
Linda Robertson, Henry
Travis Mullins, Lee
Tracy Via, Martinsville
Harry Collins, Montgomery
Louis Manatu, Norton
Sheriff Daniel Smith, Patrick
Sue Lyons, Pulaski
Wyatt Toehlke, Radford
Senator Ben Chafin, Russell
Beth Frazier, Scott
Rob Briggs, Smyth
Kyle Cruey, Tazewell
John Seaborn, Washington
Donald Ratliff , Wise
Sheriff W. (Keith) Dunagan, Wythe
Gladys Bennett, Amelia
George Bergdoll, Appomattox
Sheriff Brian Roberts , Brunswick
Kenn and Dolores McDermott, Buckingham
Conner Francis, Campbell
Ed Feldman, Charlotte
Irene Wodell, Cumberland
Sheriff Michael Mondul, Danville
Landon Baker, Dinwiddie
Margaret Jones, Emporia
Marjorie Whitley, Franklin City
Ron and Lois Gibson, Greensville
David Fraser, Halifax
Dee Ingram, Lunenburg
Mike Smith, Mecklenburg
Bill Outlaw, Nottoway
Lynn Tucker, Pittsylvania
Daniel Bradshaw, Prince Edward
Ed Rainey, Southampton
Gary Williams, Sussex
Sheriff Todd Godwin, Accomack
Mary Lou Komornik, Chesapeake
Ray Sizemore, Hampton
Bruce Meyer, Isle of Wight
Delegate Brenda Pogge, James City
Devon Hamilton, Newport News
Robert Holroyd, Norfolk
Jack Thornton, Northampton
Margery and Roy Schenck, Poquoson
Dorothy Lindley, Portsmouth
Kimberlee Pullen, Suffolk
Adrianne Cooper, Surry
James Cohen, Virginia Beach
Tai and John Vajda, Williamsburg
Sheriff J. (Danny) Diggs, York

Bryce Reeves is a small business owner, former Prince William County Vice-Narcotics Detective, and U.S. Army Veteran (Army Rangers). He currently represents the 17th Senate District of Virginia, where he spearheaded legislation to save reciprocity for Virginia gun owners. He 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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