FREDERICKSBURG -- Senator Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) announced today that the Virginia Police Benevolent Association has endorsed his candidacy for re-election to Virginia’s 17th Senate District.
“As a former police officer, I am incredibly humbled to receive the Virginia Police Benevolent Association endorsement,” said Reeves. “This group is the voice of law enforcement - they provide endless resources to help their fellow LEOs and ensure they are properly taken care of.”
Joseph Woloszyn, President of the Virginia Division, said, “We will ask our members, their friends and families, and all citizens who respect the strong and efficient enforcement of our laws to cast their ballots in the upcoming election in your favor.”
The upcoming election is the Republican Primary that will be held on June 11, 2019.
Reeves added, “I remain dedicated to providing support and working to assist the countless Law Enforcement Officials in the 17th District. It is crucial that we protect those who sacrifice their lives for our safety.”
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.