Time is running out! Saturday, November 4, is the LAST DAY to vote early.
Secure YOUR vote BEFORE Election Day, then come join us on our bus tour across the Commonwealth!
Starting today, all precincts are open for in-person early voting. Go to www.secureyourvotevirginia.com to find an early voting location near you.
Together we will hold the House and flip the Senate!
We are just 10 days away from the most important election in America! We have an opportunity to prove that in just 24 short months, Virginia can completely change direction and prosper under commonsense, conservative leadership.
Governor Glenn Youngkin joined Fox 5 DC’s “Final 5” with Jim Lokay for a one-on-one interview to deliver a closing message to Virginia voters. Youngkin highlighted the commonsense agenda that is delivering for the Commonwealth, the importance of this election to move Virginia forward, and his efforts to help Republicans hold the House and flip the Senate.
Earlier this month, First Lady Suzanne S. Youngkin joined Secretary of Health and Human Resources John Littel at the Virginia Association of Community-Based Providers (VACBP) Fall Conference. The VACBP is actively engaged in the “Right Help, Right Now” initiative and is on the front lines working to deliver effective community-based behavioral health services in homes, schools, and centers every day. The First Lady continually pushes to meet Virginians’ critical needs by highlighting good works and resources that can provide immediate care to Virginians.
In line with Virginia Drug-Free Day on Saturday, October 28th, the First Lady spoke at a Virginia Opioid Abatement Workshop in Charlottesville, where community leaders gathered to learn about effective strategies and partnerships to address the opioid epidemic in the Commonwealth. The Opioid Abatement Authority (OAA) builds partnerships between Virginia’s cities and counties, state agencies, and service providers. The First Lady remains dedicated, through her Women+girls (W+g ) initiative, to promoting mental and physical well-being and de-stigmatizing addiction. She continues to encourage parents to learn more about the lethal dangers of drug use, particularly the synthetic opioid fentanyl. These resources are readily available on her W+g website under the resources tab.
Forty years ago, 220 Marines, 18 sailors, and 3 soldiers lost their lives in the bombing of the Beirut Marine Barracks. This week, Governor Youngkin honored the 11 Virginians whose names are inscribed on the wall of the Virginia War Memorial and whose legacies are forever woven into the fabric of our nation.
In Petersburg, Governor Youngkin celebrated cutting the cost of living for Virginians through meaningful policies enacted by his administration. Governor Youngkin kept his promise to deliver $5 billion in tax relief for Virginians because that is YOUR money, not the government’s money.