Thank You to Del. May for His Service
LaRock Thanks Del. May for His Service; Focuses on November Election and Legislative Agenda
-- Dave LaRock says “I am grateful for Del. May’s two decades of service to the Commonwealth. As we move forward to the General Election, I will continue to present the case for cutting taxes, controlling spending, and protection of our fundamental rights to life, liberty, and property.”
Hamilton: Following Tuesday’s Primary Election, Dave LaRock, the Republican nominee to replace incumbent Del. Joe May, issued the following statement:
"Joe May has provided many years of service to this district and the Commonwealth of Virginia. For that, we thank Joe May and his family. He is a fine gentleman and I wish him all the best personally and in his business.
I will work hard to serve the constituents of the 33rd district in the years ahead."
LaRock also reiterated his legislative agenda:
- I will work to repeal this year’s tax hike and Obamacare Medicaid Expansion, and stand with Ken Cuccinelli to advance Ken’s Economic Growth & Virginia Jobs Plan.
- I will work to reform state spending with cost-benefit analysis so that our transportation, education, and other funds are spent on programs and projects that deliver results.
- We can also improve our children’s education and cut costs by scaling back excessive state-level red tape, regulations, and mandates, allowing local school boards the freedom to run their schools.
- I will vigorously defend our rights and liberties, including our Second Amendment and the right to life.
The solidly-Republican 33rd district stretches from Leesburg to Winchester and includes portions of Loudoun, Clarke and Frederick Counties. The district voted for Mitt Romney by fourteen points