Monique Baroudi Wins GOP Nod in State House District 35
Republican Will Face Democrat Holly Seibold in Jan. 10 Special Election
News Release | 35th Legislative District GOP
Monique Baroudi is now the 35th Legislative District GOP’s nominee to face Democrat Holly Seibold in a January 10 special election. The nomination was announced following candidate Kevin McGrath’s withdrawal from the race. “During the debate with Monique, I realized I was standing next to a well-informed, dedicated candidate who wants to win on January 10th,” McGrath said today in a written statement.
A longtime resident of Northern Virginia, Baroudi has lived in the 35th District for 26 years. After graduating from “TJ,” she went on to earn a degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia.
“I am convinced that Monique Baroudi is the right woman for the job. A wife, mother, and IT professional, Monique fully shares Governor Youngkin’s determination to make Virginia the best place to live, work, and raise a family,” 35th Legislative District GOP Chairman Steve Knotts said today.
“It is time for commonsense conservatives to have a strong voice in Northern Virginia,” Baroudi said. “With your help, I can win this special election and I will be a voice for parents, taxpayers and concerned citizens who care about our community, our state and our nation.”
To learn more about Baroudi’s candidacy, or to donate and get involved, visit mbforvirginia.com.