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Featured Endorsements

"“The Fraternal Order of Police of Virginia is proud to endorse Jason Miyares for Attorney General of Virginia. As a former prosecutor, he is the only candidate for Attorney General that law enforcement can trust to have their back. His commitment to keeping Virginians safe, dedication to putting victims before criminals, and putting public safety before politics is exactly what Virginia needs. Miyares understands the importance of having strong law enforcement across the Commonwealth and will work with us to make a safe and secure Virginia.”

- John Ohrnberger,
Fraternal Order of Police President

"The Virginia Police Benevolent Association is proud to endorse Jason Miyares for Attorney General. With crime skyrocketing and Virginia’s murder rate at its highest this century, it is more important than ever to have an Attorney General like Jason Miyares. Through his work as a prosecutor and in the House of Delegates, Jason has shown a dedication to public safety and we are confident that he will put forward policies to stop the rise in crime."


- Joseph Woloszyn,
President of Virginia Benevolent Association

"Jason Miyares and his family are the living embodiment of the American Dream in our Meritocracy where everyone has an equal opportunity to work hard and succeed. Jason strongly believes in the foundational values and proven policies that will provide all the people of Virginia good job opportunities, better education, and safe communities in every region."

- Governor George Allen, Former Governor of Virginia

"As a small business owner and fellow caucus member in the House of Delegates, I have seen Jason stand up for those of us who feel left behind by one party rule. Attorney General Herring has abandoned our communities. He left police officers, small business owners, and parents to fend for themselves. I know that Jason is ready to use the Attorney General’s office to keep ALL Virginians safe and secure."


- Delegate Emily Brewer, Member of the House of Delegates


"For the past decade we have seen Virginia become more diverse than ever before. Jason is the son of an immigrant and knows what it  means to represent all Virginians. Under the current administration, we have seen an Attorney General who pits Virginians against one another and values playing partisan politics more than fighting for our neighbors. Virginia should be a place where everyone can live together in peace and mutual respect for our differences. Jason can revive the office of the Attorney General and help lead the Great Virginia Comeback!"

- DJ Jordan, Former Chairman of
the Virginia Board of Social Services

"I support Jason because we need a fighter in the Attorney General office. As a former prosecutor, Jason always stood against perpetrators of human trafficking. As a delegate he was recognized by the Safe House Project for his work on combating human trafficking. Jason will give a voice to the victims who have been forgotten by Richmond. "


- Tanya Gould, Candidate for Virginia House of Delegates


"Over the past eight years, I have watched Mark Herring fail to protect the interests of Virginians and
I ran for Attorney General because I was tired of the current administration leaving Virginians behind.  I got to know Jason on the campaign trail, and he is in it for all the right reasons.  Jason will be a lawyer on the Commonwealth’s side, not on the side of a political agenda.

- Jack White, Former Candidate for Attorney General

"As a prosecutor I understand that we need change in Richmond. The parole board scandal has made our neighborhoods less safe. Not only are violent criminals getting out of prison early, but the families of these victims have no idea the perpetrator is back on the street. Jason knows what it takes to keep our cities, streets, and homes secure, which is why I am giving him my endorsement."

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- Bethany Harrison, Lynchburg Commonwealth’s Attorney


"As Loudoun County’s Sheriff, it has been disturbing to see the plethora of attacks on law enforcement and supremely disappointing that political leaders throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia have failed to stand up for the men and women who put their lives on the line everyday to protect their communities.  We need an Attorney General who understands these challenges, is committed to improving and advancing the law enforcement profession, and who will work with Virginia’s law enforcement community to continuously improve public safety for all Virginians.  As Attorney General, Jason will back our officers and protect those who protect others"

- Mike Chapman, Loudoun County Sheriff

"Miyares will restore good order, discipline and sound legal advice to the Commonwealth. Previously serving on the Virginia Board of Veterans Services, Miyares also understands the sacrifices of VMI graduates and their service to our nation's armed forces."


- The Spirit of VMI 

More Endorsements

Commonwealth's Attorneys:

★ W. Lyle Carver, Amherst  

★ Leslie Fleet, Appomattox 

★ Timothy Martin, Augusta

Patrick White, Bland 

★ Wes Nance, Bedford

★John Alexander II, Botetourt 

★Jerry Wolfe, Bristol 

★ Gerald Arrington, Buchanan 

★Paul McAndrews, Campbell 

★Stacey Davenport, Chesterfield


★ Nancy Parr, Chesapeake 

★Paul Walther, Culpeper 

★ Josh Newbury, Dickenson

★Vincent Donoghue, Essex

★ Scott Hook, Fauquier  

★William Branscom, Floyd

★Brandon Boyles, Grayson/Galax 

★ R.E. “Trip” Chalkley III, Hanover

★Marsha Garst, Harrisonburg/Rockingham 

★Rusty McGuire, Louisa

★ Bethany Harrison, Lynchburg

★ Daniel Rutherford, Nelson  

★Diana O’Connell, Orange


★ Bryan Haskins, Pittsylvania  

★Susan O’Prandy Fiero, Prince George

★Brian Holohan, Roanoke 

★Jared Moon,  Rockbridge/Lexington

★Zack Stoots, Russell

★ Dan Fellhauer, Scott 

★Travis Duane Bird, Spotsylvania

★ Chris Plaster, Tazewell 


★ Colin Stolle, Virginia Beach

★ Harvey Bryant, Virginia Beach (Former) 

★John Bell, Warren

★ Chuck Slemp, Wise

★Michael Jones,  Wythe

★Ben Hahn, York/Poquoson


★Donald Simpson, Appomattox

★Robert Plecker, Bath

★Michael Miller, Bedford

★Jason Ramsey, Bland

★Matthew Ward, Botetourt

★John McLanahan, Buchanan

★W.G. “Billy” Kidd Jr, Buckingham

★Winston W. Clark, III Campbell

★Anthony Lippa, Caroline

★Kevin Kemp, Carroll

★Karl Leonard, Chesterfield

★Trevor Craddock, Craig

★Darrell Hodges, Cumberland

★Jeremy Fleming, Dickenson

★ Robert Mosier, Fauquier

★Brian Craig, Floyd

★Morgan Millirons, Giles


★Darrell Warren, Gloucester

★Richard Vaughan, Grayson

★Steven Smith, Greene

★David Hines, Hanover

★ Patrick McCranie, Lancaster

★ Gary Parsons, Lee 

★ Mike Chapman, Loudon

★Don Sloan, Lynchburg

★Robert Hawkins, Mecklenburg

★C. H. "Hank" Partin, Montgomery

★Chad Cubbage, Page

★Mark Armentrout, Radford

★Bryan Hutcheson, Rockingham

★Jeff Edds, Scott

★Tim Carter, Shenandoah

★B. C. "Chip" Shuler, Smyth

★Matthew Robertson, Staunton

★Brian Hieatt, Tazewell

★ Ken Stolle, Virginia Beach

★ Rocky Holcomb, Virginia Beach (Former)

★Mark Butler, Warren

★ Blake Andis, Washington

★ Bob Deeds, Williamsburg/James City (Former)

★E. Grant Kilgore, Wise

★Charles Foster, Wythe

★J. D. "Danny" Diggs, York

State Wide Elected Officials:

★ Governor Bob McDonnell, Former Governor of Virginia

★ Governor Jim Gilmore, Former Governor of Virginia

★ Attorney General Mark Earley, Former Attorney General of Virginia

★ Morton Blackwell, Republican National Committeeman from Virginia


★ Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL)

★ Congressman Ben Cline, Member of

the U.S. House Representatives (VA-6)

★ Congressman Morgan Griffith, Member of

the U.S. House Representatives (VA-9)

★ Congressman Randy Forbes, Former Member

of the U.S. House of Representatives (VA-4)

★ Congressman Bob Goodlatte, Former Member

of the U.S. House of Representatives (VA-6)

★ Congressman Tom Davis, Former Member

of the U.S. House of Representatives (VA-11)

★ Bobbie Kilberg, Former advisor to Presidents Nixon, Ford, Bush Sr., and Bush Jr.

★ Governor Larry Hogan, Governor of Maryland


*Note that organization names are for identification purposes only and do not imply endorsement of those organizations. 


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