More than 25 Conservative Leaders From Virginia’s 8th Congressional District Endorse Pete Snyder for Governor

These leaders join a growing listing of tireless grassroots advocates from every corner of the Commonwealth supporting Pete

Charlottesville, VA – Conservative outsider and Republican candidate for governor of Virginia Pete Snyder announced endorsements today from more than 25 conservative leaders from Virginia’s 8th Congressional District.

Pete Snyder said, “to take back the governor’s mansion we need help from conservatives in every corner of our Commonwealth. Burson and I are honored to have so many local leaders from the 8th district in this fight with us, and I look forward to working together to turn Virginia red again. Our coalition in Northern Virginia is only growing with our movement to open our schools, save our economy, and restore the rights of law-abiding citizens. These tireless leaders are helping us reach people throughout Northern Virginia and the entire Commonwealth. Let’s get to work!”

Pete is building a vast team of leaders and grassroots activists from every region of the Commonwealth and every wing of the Republican Party to advance the growing #OpenOurSchools movement and secure the Republican nomination for governor.

These 8th District grassroots activists join a long list of others endorsing Pete for Governor. You can find more here.

Mike Ambrose, Arlington Young Republican Leader

Dean Armandroff, Longtime GOP Activist

Morton Blackwell, RNC Committeeman

Padraic Buckley, Alexandria GOP Activist

Carole DeLong, former Arlington Republican Women President

Micah Edmond, former 8th Congressional District candidate

Peggy Ellis, President, Ellis & Company, LLC

Joseph Famme, Arlington GOP Activist

Vanice Famme, Arlington GOP Activist

Lea Anne Foster, former Bush Administration Official

Wes Foster, former Bush Administration Official

Buzz Hawley, former member of RPV SCC

Mark Kelly, RPV Eastern Vice Chairman

Matt Larson, Arlington GOP Executive Committee member

Sally Linderman, former Arlington Republican Women’s President

John Malyevac, Alexandria Small Businessman and GOP Activist

Joel Mandelman, former Deputy General Counsel, US Civil Rights Commission

Patrick Murray, former 8th Congressional District candidate

Pat Quinn, Veteran and GOP Activist

Jim Presswood, former Arlington GOP Chair

Christy Simon, former Bush Administration Official

Doug Simon, former Bush Administration Official

Patrick Spann, Arlington GOP Treasurer

Susan Valentine, Arlington GOP Activist

Matthew Wavro, former Arlington GOP Chairman

Margaret Whitehead, former Falls Church GOP Executive Committee member