Governor Glenn Youngkin is ensuring that Republicans leave no stone unturned this November – even in heavily Democrat congressional districts – as he plans to campaign with Republican nominees Karina Lipsman and Jim Myles on Saturday in McLean.
Lipsman is running in Virginia’s 8th Congressional District against Don Beyer, and Myles has been nominated in the 11th Congressional District to take on Gerry Connolly.
Youngkin is slated to speak at a “grassroots kickoff” event at 9:00 AM tomorrow in Lewinsville Park.
— Karina Lipsman, Congressional Nominee VA-08 (@KarinaCongress) August 19, 2022
Republicans have been working hard across the Commonwealth to win back key Congressional seats as the GOP looks to flip the House of Representatives this November. Attorney General Jason Miyares and Republican Party of Virginia (RPV) Chairman Rich Anderson were joined by Congressman Rob Wittman, VA – 02 Republican nominee Jen Kiggans and VA – 10 Republican nominee Hung Cao as the group helped the RNC launch the nation’s first Veterans and Military Families Community Center in Virginia Beach on Thursday.
Youngkin has also been stumping for gubernatorial candidates in several swing states and is headed to Michigan to campaign for Tudor Dixon on August 27th as he headlines the MIGOP convention.