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Press Release - Leading Virginia Officials Endorse Clinton

May 07, 2007

Hillary Clinton received the endorsements of leading Virginia officials and community leaders today, illustrating her growing support in the Commonwealth.

"Hillary Clinton has the experience, compassion, and vision necessary to get this country back on track," said Lionell Spruill, Sr., member of the House of Delegates.

Democratic National Committee Women's Caucus Chair Mame Reiley said, "I am pleased to endorse Hillary Clinton because she is the most qualified candidate to be President. "Having worked a lifetime to ensure that women turn out and vote, it is wonderful to see the enormous excitement she is already generating among women voters across the Commonwealth."

Leading Virginians Endorsing Hillary Today:

  • Hon. Louise Lucas, State Senator
  • Hon. Al Eisenberg, House of Delegates
  • Hon. Lionell Spruill, Sr., House of Delegates
  • Hon. Johnny Joannou, House of Delegates
  • Susan Swecker, Chair, Democratic National Committee Southern Caucus
  • Mame Reiley, Chair, Democratic National Committee Women's Caucus
  • Hon. J. Jack Kennedy, Wise County Clerk of Court
  • Hon. Barbara Favola, Arlington County Board Member
  • Jim Turpin, Vice Chair for Finance, Virginia Democratic Party
  • Charlene Bickford, Former Chair, Arlington County Democratic Committee
  • Sandra Brandt, 2nd District CD Chair
  • Audrey Collins, 4th District CD Chair
  • Allida Black, Former Member, Arlington County Human Rights Commission
  • Larry Byrne, Former Vice Chair, Fairfax County Committee
  • Sharon Davis, Former Chair, Arlington County Democratic Committee
  • Janet Green, Former Democratic National Committee Executive Director
  • Susan Rowland, Chief of Staff, Delegate Lionell Spruill
  • Linda Zecher, Democratic Fundraiser

Hillary Clinton, Press Release - Leading Virginia Officials Endorse Clinton Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/293304

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