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Coming up short

Friends –

Late last night, I called Senator Puller to congratulate her on her re-election to the Virginia Senate.

As I said from the beginning of this race, it would be the toughest one I’ve ever run — for a number of reasons. It’s always difficult to defeat an incumbent, but especially one in a tailor-made district gerrymandered especially for that person. We had more than double the ground to cover than in our past campaigns, with less than half the time (notwithstanding the distraction of a primary), and we had significant catching up to overcome in both time and resources.

November 9, 2011 | Read more…

We won. Thank you!

It’s been an exhilarating, yet exhausting day, but before I turn in for the night, there is one last thing I need to do: say THANK YOU!

If you haven’t heard the news already, we won today’s (well, I guess now it is technically yesterday’s) primary election.

August 24, 2011 | Read more…

Campaign Update: over $100k raised; vote absentee; campaign kickoff!

Friends –

First, a BIG thank you to everyone who generously made a financial investment in our campaign. We had a stellar month of fundraising, which would not have been possible without the help of so many of you (specifically, 216 of you). Click here for more specifics on that.

July 15, 2011 | Read more…

Campaign Update: We’re up and running.

Friends –

As I last wrote you, we’ve decided to run for the Virginia Senate, and since that decision was made – wow – it’s been a crazy last few weeks.

June 22, 2011 | Read more…

Jeff’s Announcement: “I’m in!”

Friends –

I’m happy to report to you, after a lot of thought, discussion, and prayer, we’ve decided to run for the Senate of Virginia.

But, I’m not in it for the money ($18k a year), the title, the digs, some degree of perceived power, or people making me feel important. I am running to serve the people of eastern Prince William, Fairfax, and Stafford and to change politics as usual in Richmond. There’s too much polarization; too much partisanship; and not enough principled people going down there who are focused on the people that they represent — working hard day in and day out to make our communities, commonwealth and country a better place to live, work, and raise a family. We need leaders in Richmond who aren’t afraid to shake up and stand up to the status quo and keep people of any political party accountable.

June 7, 2011 | Read more…



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