Corey Stewart is the newly elected Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate and we are united behind him in his race to the November General Election. Here is a press release from the Corey Stewart campaign.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 13, 2018
President Trump Endorses Corey Stewart for Senate, Calls Tim Kaine a ‘Stiff’
Woodbridge, VA – President Donald Trump tweeted his endorsement of Corey Stewart, the newly nominated Republican choice to challenge Tim Kaine for U.S. Senate in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
“Congratulations to Corey Stewart for his great victory for Senator from Virginia. Now he runs against a total stiff, Tim Kaine, who is weak on crime and borders, and wants to raise your taxes through the roof,” Trump tweeted early Wednesday upon returning from his historic summit in Singapore with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
“Don’t underestimate Corey, a major chance of winning!” the tweet said.
The president struck an optimistic note on behalf of Mr. Stewart’s prospects while throwing…
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Reminder: The Republican primaries will take place at all Fairfax County voting locations on Tuesday, June 12. Polls open at 6:00 AM and close at 7:00 PM.
Three Republican candidates—Nick Freitas, E.W. Jackson, and Corey Stewart—are vying for the Republican nomination to challenge Democrat Senator Tim Kaine in the November general election to be one of Virginia’s two senators in Congress.
Two Republican candidates—incumbent Congresswoman Barbara Comstock and challenger Shak Hill—are seeking the Republican nomination for Congress from Virginia’s 10th Congressional District.
Thomas Oh and Jeff Dove are the only Republicans who are running for Congress in the 8th and 11th Congressional Districts respectively, and thus there is no need for Republican primaries for Congress in those two districts.
The primaries on Tuesday are the way that Fairfax County Republicans can influence who will be the Republican candidates that oppose the Democrats in the general election this fall. Don’t miss this opportunity to cast your ballot for who you think will best represent Fairfax County in Congress.
We still need help! On a related note, we are still seeking volunteers to staff the polling places on Tuesday for the purpose of handing out GOP literature and signing up potential volunteers for Fairfax County Republican Committee support. If you are interested in helping out, please contact your Magisterial District Chairman or call the FCRC office at 703-766-2401.
Chairman, Fairfax County Republican Committee