Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Congressman Wittman endorses Spotsylvania Republican Slate

King, Heidig, Logan, McLaughlin, and Trampe endorsed by 1st District Congressman


Spotsylvania, VA. The Spotsylvania County Republican Committee today announced that Rob Wittman, Congressman for Virginia’s 1st Congressional District, has endorsed Al King, Republican nominee for Commissioner of Revenue; Ann Heidig, Republican nominee for Livingston supervisor; Jerry Logan, Republican nominee for Courtland supervisor; Tim McLaughlin, Republican endorsee for Chancellor supervisor; and Paul Trampe, Republican endorsee for Salem supervisor.

"I am pleased to endorse the entire slate of Spotsylvania Republican candidates for the Board of Supervisors”, Wittman said. “Ann Heidig, Tim McLaughlin, Paul Trampe, and Jerry Logan all understand what it takes to create an environment where job growth can happen. Now more than ever, Spotsylvania County needs leaders who understand this.”

Wittman also endorsed Dawn Shelley, candidate for School Board in Chancellor, and Kirk Twigg, candidate for School Board in Livingston.

"I am also glad to endorse Kirk Twigg and Dawn Shelley for School Board, and Al King for Commissioner of Revenue. I appreciate their willingness to get involved and serve our community so that Spotsylvania County continues to become a better place for our families to live."

Wittman carried every precinct in the 1st District within Spotsylvania in 2010, securing the votes of more than 65% of the county’s voters.

“Rob Wittman is beloved by those he serves, especially in Spotsylvania”, said Spotsylvania GOP Chairman Steve Thomas. “If ever there was a common sense conservative, he is one. We are excited he has made common cause with the common sense Conservative candidates here in Spotsylvania”.

Thomas concluded, “Congressman Wittman has done a great job fighting for lower taxes, less regulation, more jobs and less spending in Washington. Our candidates will fight for those very same things here in Spotsy.”

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