FREDERICKSBURG -- Senator Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) announced today that Culpeper County Sheriff Scott Jenkins has endorsed his candidacy for re-election to Virginia’s 17th Senate District.
“There is no better ally to law enforcement than Bryce Reeves,” said Sheriff Jenkins. “As a former police detective, Bryce has seen and lived what we go through every day. He knows how important public safety is and has proved to us in Culpeper and throughout the 17th District that he can be trusted to defend our Constitutional rights and help secure our communities. I am proud to endorse and support him in the June 11th Primary.”
Reeves said, “I’m honored to have Sheriff Jenkins’ endorsement. He has a respected reputation for being a strict but compassionate Law Enforcement Officer. We have a mutual priority of protecting families and ensuring our communities in Culpeper are kept out of harm's way.”
Sheriff Jenkins and Senator Reeves were both first elected to public office in Culpeper County in 2011.
“I will continue to put our First Responders first,” said Reeves. “They put their lives on the line for us everyday and it is the least we can do to ensure they have the tools and funds to do their job properly.”
Bryce Reeves is a small business owner, former Army Ranger, and former Prince William County narcotics detective. He currently represents the 17th District in the Virginia Senate, which includes the City of Fredericksburg and the Counties of Albemarle (part), Culpeper (part), Louisa (part), Orange, and Spotsylvania (part). Senator Reeves Chairs the Senate Committee on Rehabilitation and Social Services, in addition to sitting on the Committees on Courts of Justice, General Laws and Technology, Rules, and Privileges and Elections. Senator Reeves resides in Spotsylvania County with his wife Anne and their two children, Nicole and Jack.