FREDERICSBURG, VA—Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) announced today that the Prince William County Police Association (PWCPA) has endorsed his candidacy for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia. President of the Association, Patric R. Quinn, released the following statement:
“On behalf of the members of the Prince William County Police Association, we would like to thank you, for your support to Law Enforcement Officers in Virginia…,” wrote Quinn. “I would also like to inform you that you have been endorsed by the members of the Prince William County Police Association for the Office of Lieutenant Governor. We wish you well in your campaign.”
PWCPA currently has over 400 members.
“As a former Vice-Narcotics Detective in Prince William County, I am incredibly honored to earn the endorsement from the Prince William County Police Association and have their unwavering support,” said Reeves. “Our Law Enforcement Officers put their lives on the line everyday to protect us and protect our communities. That’s why it is imperative that we defend and advocate for them.”
Reeves added, “I have firsthand knowledge and experience when it comes to law enforcement and public safety. It’s time to revitalize Virginia and ensure our Commonwealth is a safe and secure place to live in. I look forward to continuing to work with the PWCPA and with law enforcement agencies around the Commonwealth to guarantee just that.”
~Discussing the Heroin Addiction Recovery Program and how to combat the heroin epidemic in Virginia~
CHESTERFIELD, VA—Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) visited the Chesterfield County Jail with Sheriff Karl Leonard to learn more about the Heroin Addiction Recovery Program (HARP) and how to implement more initiatives like that one throughout the entire Commonwealth.
RICHMOND, VA—Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) announced today that he submitted nearly 13,000 ballot petition signatures to the Republican Party of Virginia. Reeves is the first Lt. Governor candidate to submit petitions for pre-check.
“The energy and excitement from countless of our volunteers made today possible,” said Reeves. “This is only the beginning. Our momentum is continuing to build each day as we advance our field operations. I remain blessed to have so much support from the grassroots.”
The Virginia State Board of Elections requires all statewide candidates to collect at least 10,000 valid petition signatures to be eligible for the June 13th Primary. Reeves exceeded the minimum number of petitions in less than two months.
Reeves for Lt. Governor Campaign Manager Jordan Wiggins added, “Bryce’s positive message and vision for Virginia are resonating with thousands of voters across the Commonwealth. This is a huge milestone in our campaign and I’m confident in Bryce, our team, and our determined volunteers. One team, one goal!”
"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.
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.
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.Read more
"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."Read more
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