Virginia Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears joined Thursday’s edition of Fox & Friends to discuss the Left’s efforts to harass and intimidate U.S. Supreme Court justices. “This is mob rule,” Sears lamented. “This is America, we don’t do this.”
Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney Steve Descano has rebuffed calls to establish security perimeters around the homes of justices who reside in the county. Sears blasted Descano as well as the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors for their continued refusal to enforce Virginia law.
Virginia Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears recently joined Fox & Friends to discuss parental rights in K-12 education. “Children do belong to their parents, not the state,” Sears noted.
During her interview, Sears mentioned two laws Governor Youngkin signed into law. “One of them was that the state Board of Education would convene a panel to include parents so that they can help make decisions about what their children are going to learn and another one was that any sexually explicit materials that are going to be provided to children, parents must be notified,” the lieutenant governor said.
Join us for a special Conversations That Count with Lt. Governor Winsome Sears!
Fairfax GOP’s Vice Chair for Strategy & Engagement, Srilekha Palle will lead the discussion on Monday, 3/21 at 6PM on our Facebook page. Please note that you do not have to have a Facebook account to watch the conversation. The video will also be posted to our YouTube page.
Winsome was first elected in 2002 to a majority Black House of Delegates district, a first for a Republican in Virginia since 1865. She is the first female Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the first Black female elected to statewide office.
This month, the Republican Party of Virginia proudly joins our fellow citizens to celebrate the rich history and enduring contributions of Black Americans to our great Commonwealth and nation. Black History Month is a time to celebrate and honor the accomplishments and legacies of so many African-Americans, and it is an opportunity to reflect on the struggles of so many throughout our state’s history.
In our pursuit of a more perfect union, our party will continue to stand for personal freedom as a beacon of light that signals that our beloved Commonwealth is open and welcoming to all.
Virginia Lieutenant Governor-elect Winsome Sears joined Fox News Primetime last week to discuss a variety of issues facing our commonwealth and the nation, from the economy to education and more. “When you had governors deciding that certain businesses were essential and others weren’t, mostly mom and pops suffered. In the meantime, the big box stores stayed open,” Sears recalled. “Then you have to stay home with your child because the governors closed the schools, yet it’s interesting to me that private schools were able to figure out very quickly how to keep open while COVID was raging.”
Virginia State Conference NAACP President Robert N. Barnette, Jr., and Executive Director Da’Quan Marcell Love met with Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin, Lieutenant Governor-elect Winsome Sears, and Attorney General-elect Jason Miyares earlier today.
The in-person, hour-long meeting took place at the request of the Virginia NAACP with the goal of creating a positive working relationship with the incoming administration from the very beginning.
Congratulations to all of the Black Republican candidates who made history Tuesday night winning their state-wide and local elections across the country.
Republican trailblazer Winsome Sears defied the odds to become the first Black woman elected to serve as Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor.
Republican Winsome Sears made history Tuesday night, as the first woman of color elected to statewide office in Virginia. The Jamaican-born who served in the U.S. Marines is now Virginia’s lieutenant governor-elect. Her conservative, patriotic victory speech quickly went viral, striking a chord with viewers nationwide.
“I’m telling you that what you are looking at is the American dream,” Sears said.
Fairfax County father Harry Jackson appears in a new ad, urging fellow Virginians of color to vote Winsome Sears for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia. His message follows:
“Why do Democrat politicians think students of color can only succeed by lowering the bar?
“Instead of eliminating merit-based requirements for Governor’s Schools like Thomas Jefferson, why not create more schools like TJ throughout Virginia?
DATE: Saturday, October 23
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Remember how much fun the car parades were last time? Two conservative Virginia grassroots groups, American Life and Liberty PAC and Act 4 Greater America, planned this car rally.