Mark Springman: A Bold Voice for Senate District 34

Mark Springman, the GOP nominee for Virginia Senate in District 34, has lived in Fairfax County, off and on, his entire life. After graduating from the University of South Dakota, he worked at the State Department, Capitol Hill, and the National Museum of the United States Army.

Virginia’s 34th District has many advantages, Springman is quick to note. “As a district, we’re missing out on the opportunity to take advantage of the tourist economy of DC,” the candidate says. If elected, he would advocate for improved transit options and partner with sites of historical interest so District 34 “will have its rightful place in the sun.”

In addition to his plans to increase local tourism, Springman is focused on three broad issues as he campaigns across District 34:

  • COST OF LIVING: “While Republicans down in Richmond sought to alleviate suffering at the pump by suspending the gas tax, when it reached record highs, Democrats blocked that effort. When Republicans wanted to use the budget surplus for tax cuts for Virginians, Democrats once again stopped these efforts. I support common-sense actions that would help the average Virginian.”
  • EDUCATION: “I firmly believe parents should have access to what their children are taught in the classroom. Parents should be informed when schools seek to change their child’s name on school documents. I believe to have a strong education system in Virginia, we need to embrace parents and their essential role in their children’s education.”
  • LAW AND ORDER: “Democrats in Richmond have sought to remove school resource officers from school and rejected efforts for harsher penalties for gun-related crimes. Reducing the penalties for assaulting a police officer won’t make anyone safer other than criminals. School resource officers help protect children and offer police a better inroad into the community they serve and protect.”

Springman feels confident that his views are aligned with the rights and interests of 34th District residents — but, the candidate says, he needs your help to reach more voters with his message of reform. Visit to donate, volunteer, or request a yard sign.

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