Governor Glenn Youngkin spent part of his Saturday supporting Republican Nominees Karina Lipsman (VA-08) and Jim Myles (VA-11).


His wife – Virginia First Lady Suzanne Youngkin – will also join Lipsman at a ticketed event in McLean later this week.

A sizeable number of supporters joined Governor Youngkin in supporting Lipsman and Myles on Saturday.¬†Governor Youngkin told the energized crowd that this year is “chapter two of the journey to remind everybody that Virginia is not Blue, Virginia is Red.”

As someone who attended a rally with then-candidate Youngkin in Old Town Alexandria last fall – and has also attended numerous grassroots events across Virginia this year – I will tell you that the party faithful in this state are energized – especially in NoVa – much more than you would expect in an area where Republicans only garnered a quarter of votes in the last election cycle. House Democrats shouldn’t sleep on Republicans anywhere this fall, especially in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Governor Youngkin is right – “the road to the majority in the House runs through the Commonwealth!”


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Victoria Snitsar is a proud immigrant and naturalized U.S. citizen with a decade of experience in grassroots politics and community organizing. Her writing has been featured in many online publications, including Campus Reform, The Daily Torch and The Daily Signal. As an undergraduate at the University of Kansas, Victoria appeared in media outlets such as CBS News, TIME Magazine, The Washington Post Magazine, The Blaze and NRATV. Victoria is also a former NCAA D1 student-athlete and Kansas College Republicans State Chair. After moving eleven times in six years, Victoria resides in Arlington, Virginia and enjoys going to overpriced brunch on Sundays.