Randy Minchew, the Republican candidate for the 10th District Virginia House of Delegates, has been endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). In an letter from NFIB’s Virginia State Director Nicole A. Riley, Riley said:
“It is with great pleasure that I inform you that the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) VA SAFE Trust has endorsed your candidacy for the Virginia State Senate. NFIB represents nearly 6,000 small and independent business owners and entrepreneurs on various public policy matters in the Commonwealth.
As you know, the backbone of Virginia’s economy is comprised of small business. Those small business owners need a legislator like you, who they can count on to promote and protect their right to own, operate and grow their businesses.”
The 10th Delegate District spans parts of Loudoun, Clarke, and Frederick counties. It starts at Route 81 just southeast of Winchester, includes the southern half of Clarke County, the southern half of central and western Loudoun County, and central Leesburg south between route 15 and Goose Creek. The district includes White Post and most of Millwood>
Minchew will face Leesburg Democrat David Butler in the November election.