LaRock Announces Re-Election Bid
Richmond, VA – Delegate Dave LaRock confirmed today that he will seek re-election as Delegate of Virginia’s 33rd House District.
“My promise is to stay focused on encouraging job creation and rebuilding our economy, improving transportation, reforming our education system and fostering affordable healthcare options. I’m running to help the citizens of Clarke, Frederick, and Loudoun County with positive answers to the challenges we face. We still have work to do to keep Virginia and the 33rd District on the road to economic recovery.”
LaRock’s legislative work has emphasized transportation spending reform, holding down taxes, and improving education through expanded schooling choices.
“The past two years have been challenging for Virginia. We had a budget crisis, but we came out of it without raising taxes on our citizens or businesses. My bill reforms transportation spending in Northern Virginia by requiring efficiency rating of mass transit projects is the first
step towards better roads and less congestion, and it only needs the Governor’s signature to become law. Instead of a costly, permanent Medicaid entitlement expansion, Virginia is exploring other, more efficient ways to meet the needs of our own citizens.”
Delegate Randy Minchew, R-10, and Senator Jill Vogel, R-27, both offered enthusiastic support for LaRock’s re-election.
“Dave’s energy and focus in serving the people of the 33rd District is exemplary,” Minchew commended. “It’s rare to see a freshman legislator work so hard on so many issues, and his efforts have paid off – his bills are going to make a positive difference for the people of Virginia.”
Senator Vogel also applauded LaRock’s efforts. “Dave is focused like a laser on the things that matter to the people of the 33rd District. I’m honored to serve alongside him. I can tell that every vote he casts and every bill he advocates for is done for his constituents. Dave is a model of fairness and integrity, and I would be honored to continue to serve with him.”
Looking forward, LaRock is eager to continue to work on the issues that matter most to the people of Virginia and the 33rd. “We have a lot of unfinished business,” he explained. “Many of our neighbors are still looking for good jobs. A lot of people are wasting hours in traffic every
day, and many parents contacted me this year to tell me how their special needs children aren’t getting the services they need in our schools. These problems aren’t going away overnight, and I’m eager to keep working to improve the quality of life of the people of our district.”