Voters throughout the Shenandoah Valley need to realize that the “Frederick First” vision that Timmy French aligns with, if it spreads to other localities in the Valley, will not go well. A vote for Timmy French is a vote for rapid growth and development, increased taxes and spending, and self-serving career bureaucrats and politicians.
Lastly, Timmy has been soft on very important issues. He openly sides with public schools rather than parental rights and School Choice. He was very slow to take a position on gun rights and defending the unborn, and recently rejected a request to support legislation for our Veterans.
I sincerely hope Republican voters take heed. Timmy teamed up with Democrats to win the primary, he is betraying local Republicans by siding with Democrats leading up to the general election, and he’s hiding from issues while asking us to trust him to be our state senator.
Electing solid conservatives is our path to lowering the cost of living, protecting children, empowering parents, getting schools refocused on education, respecting our shared conservative values, and keeping our communities safe.
Republicans don’t need to play along with the Democrats by voting for Timmy between now and November 7th.
Gov. Youngkin’s 68% win in SD 1 two years ago means even with a WRITE-IN challenge, a Republican will be elected on Nov. 7th – the question is only whether it will be Timmy French, who chooses to run with Democrats, or me, a proven conservative Republican leader.