Announcement Week Round Up

Week 1 Endorsements

U.S. Senator Rand Paul (KY)
U.S. Senator Mike Lee (UT)
U.S. Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06)
VA Senator Bryce Reeves (VA-17)
VA Delegate Michael Webert (VA-18)
VA Delegate Brenda Pogge (VA-96)
Conservative Leader and Businessman Pete Snyder
Scott Jenkins, Culpeper County Sheriff
Mark Amos, Orange County Sheriff
Paul Walther, Culpeper County Commonwealth Attorney
Tom Underwood, Culpeper County Supervisor
Susan Lascolette, Goochland County Supervisor
Duane Adams, Louisa County Supervisor
James Crozier, Orange County Supervisor
Nate Clancy, Culpeper County School Board
Marshall Keene, Culpeper County GOP Chair and School Board
Jordan Marshall, Orange County GOP Chair
Keith Brown, Culpeper Town Council
Jon Russell, Culpeper Town Council
Tim Bosford, Orange Town Council
Kent Higginbotham, Former Orange Town Council

Week 1 Press Highlights

“The libertarian-leaning delegate is seen as a rising political star on the Right, advocating a noninterventionist foreign policy, opposing abortion, and voting against gun control measures.

Washington Examiner


“Freitas, a former Green Beret with a libertarian bent, gained a national following for making incendiary floor speeches in the Virginia House of Delegates that fired up conservatives and rankled Democrats. … He is the best known of seven Republicans vying for the nod to challenge Spanberger”

“Within hours of his announcement, the conservative Club for Growth endorsed Freitas, calling him a “conservative rockstar” and the only state lawmaker to ace the group’s scorecard. State Sen. Bryce E. Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) also endorsed Freitas.”

Washington Post


“Freitas is seen as a staunch member of the GOP’s libertarian arm and as a robust fundraiser from like-minded conservatives. He attracted the single-largest contribution in any contest for the House of Delegates — $500,000 from top GOP donor Richard Uihlein of Illinois”

Richmond Times-Dispatch


“[Nick Freitas] is seen as the clear favorite to win the district convention in May”

Radio Host John Fredericks (@jfradioshow on Twitter)

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