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Service Above Self

“For you were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.” Galatians 5:13

From a young age, Bryce Reeves heard the call to serve his fellow man.

As an Army Ranger, a front-line narcotics and vice detective, a leader in his church, a coach and a mentor to our youth, Bryce knows how to lead from the front and has always put service above self.

It should come as no surprise that Bryce serves so selflessly – his dad, brother and five of his uncles all wore the uniform of our country – fighting to defend our freedoms and our way of life.

Public service is in Bryce’s blood.

A small business owner, fiscal conservative, husband and father, today his service continues as a Virginia State Senator.

A Proven Record Focused on Our Priorities

Bryce is a leader fighting for ALL his constituents and knows that people always come before politics. That’s why he’s worked across the aisle to fix Virginia’s foster care system and to make sure victims of domestic violence can defend themselves.

He’s focused on growing our local economy, holding the line on taxes and ensuring local schools prepare our children for a bright future. He’s the leader we know and trust.

A Brighter Future for All of Us

  • Service above self.

  • A common sense plan to protect Virginia working families.

  • The values to ensure a bright future.

    Join Bryce Reeves and his campaign to restore Virginia – for this generation and the next.

A Real Plan to Protect Virginia Families

Bryce knows faith and family is the foundation of every successful endeavor and that government must be dedicated to protecting not just our rights but our values as well.

He knows Virginia should be first in job creation. That’s why every session he fights to reduce burdens on local businesses and entrepreneurs to create the climate where companies thrive and grow.

And Bryce knows working families can’t afford higher taxes. He’s proposed common sense solutions to return fiscal discipline to state government that starts by reducing spending – not increasing taxes – and focuses on priorities like education, transportation and economic growth.