Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Delegate Bell endorses Bryce Reeves for Senate

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Bell Gives Ringing Endorsement For Reeves' Senate Challenge

June 7, 2011

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VA— Delegate Rob Bell of the 58th House District has today endorsed Bryce Reeves, Republican Candidate for Virginia's 17th District. Reeves' campaign has been attracting state wide support ever since the redrawing of district lines, allowing a new opportunity for Republicans to gain back VA's 17th Senatorial District seat from an incumbent of over 28 years, and consequently a majority in the Virginia Senate.

"Please join me in supporting Bryce Reeves for the Virginia State Senate this year. Bryce is a successful small businessman and Army veteran, who will go to Richmond and fight for taxpayers and entrepreneurs. He understands that small businesses create jobs, and that we need a tax code that will encourage more growth, not less. Central Virginia needs Bryce in the Senate, and I encourage you to vote for Bryce Reeves November 8 this year."

Delegate Bell is an honors graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Virginia Law School, and served as state prosecutor for five years prosecuting over 2,400 cases, working with men like Bryce Reeves— a former Police Detective— to bring criminals to justice. Bell has made a name for himself in the Virginia House of Delegates by sponsoring laws that create harsher consequences for drunk drivers, and ban criminal sex offenders from school property during school hours. He has been recognized for his continuous work to better society by such organizations as Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)- Virginia, Virginians Aligned Against Sexual Assault (VAASA), and the Virginia Sheriff's Association.

Delegate Bell has spent his career in the House of Delegates working to help support small businessmen and job creation in Virginia. Bell has voted to provide innovative financing for large job creating economic development projects that helped produce more than 400 jobs and invest over $250 million into Virginia communities. He has also voted for legislation that protects Virginia's right-to-work laws, which helps the Commonwealth continue to attract new employers. Due to his commitment to these matters, The National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) has been very supportive of Bell.

"I'm privileged to have the support of Delegate Rob Bell who is a proven leader in our General Assembly. With our mutual background in law enforcement and passion for creating jobs and economic prosperity for individuals who work hard to earn it, I am confident that we will be able to create a successful collaboration between our positions within the House and Senate," said Reeves.

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For more details please call Chris Leavitt:
(540) 891-5473
Chris@BryceReeves.com

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