Monday, June 6, 2011

Virginia Senate candidate (17th) Bryce Reeves announces endorsements


Senator Obenshain Gives Support to Reeves

June 1, 2011

SPOTSYLVANIA, VA— In a series of recent endorsements by top Virginia leaders, Bryce Reeves, the only conservative candidate for Virginia's 17th District Senate seat, received his latest nod from State Senator Mark Obenshain. Senator Obenshain is Virginia's 26th Senatorial District representative.

"Bryce is the new fresh conservative senator we need in Virginia today. He is a rock-solid conservative that has stayed true to his core principles and will ensure we continue to move Virginia forward by cutting taxes, shrinking government, and creating jobs. We need to make sure Bryce is elected this year."

Obenshain says he knows the qualities and characteristics that make a first-rate senator, and has recognized them in Bryce Reeves. Reeves and Obenshain share many common ideals and support action plans such as lower taxes, removing bureaucratic binds in public education, solutions to transportation gridlock, transparency in government reform, and protecting the Constitutional values established by our Founding Fathers. Obenshain has spent his eight years in the Virginia Senate campaigning and supporting these important issues and is looking forward to a conservative senate majority for a change.

Currently, Obenshain serves on the committees of Courts of Justice, Local Government, Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources, and Privileges and Elections. Prior to his being elected Obenshain spent twenty-three years practicing law in Central Virginia, and was one of the founders of Lenhart Obenshain Law Firm, which has been named among The Best Lawyers in America, Virginia Super Lawyers, and Virginia Business Legal Elite. In 1994 he served on the Governor's Commission on Citizen Empowerment, which made recommendations that later lead to the 1995 Welfare Reform legislation. In addition to these many accomplishments the senator has also served as a member of organizations such as the Board of Directors of the Harrisonburg Education Foundation, the Board of Directors of Mercy House, the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council, and the Business Advisory Board for the Harrisonburg Rescue Squad.

"Senator Obenshain continues to fight on the front lines of critical issues facing us today. I am proud to have earned his endorsement for this potentially tie-breaking senate seat, and look forward to working with him to come up with solutions to the problems facing the Commonwealth today. The time for a positive change is coming this November 8, and I'm grateful to have the support of so many fellow patriots."

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Bryce Reeves is a candidate seeking Virginia's 17th Senate Seat. Reeves is a successful small business owner, a former Army Ranger and Police Detective. Reeves is a fiscal conservative who supports all Virginians' rights guaranteed by our state and federal constitutions, creating new jobs, improving public education quality, restoring our economy, fighting for veterans' needs, and promoting a business growth in a Free Enterprise system. He has been married to his wife Anne for 20 years and has two children, Nikki and Jack. The family resides in Spotsylvania County. Learn more about Bryce Reeves at

Additional endorsements include:

Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling

Former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese III

Major General (Ret.) Carroll D. Childers

Colonel (Ret.) Richard "Dick" Black

Major (Ret.) George J. Misek

Glenn D. Gardiola

Family Research Council

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