Meet Lindsey

I’m Lindsey Davis Stover and I’m ready to take my 12 years of federal legislative experience to beat Barbara Comstock this November.

I’m a small business owner and former Obama Administration official. I served as a Chief of Staff on Capitol Hill, as well as a Senior Advisor in the Obama administration at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

I bring over 12 years of federal legislative experience to the table, as well as a firsthand understanding of the impact of the Trump administration’s policies. I went to work at age 14 to help my family pay bills and save for me to attend college. Between student loans and working three jobs, I put myself through college and graduate school.

I’m running for Congress because while I had the opportunity to work hard and succeed, millions of Americans do not. From affordable health care and prescription drug costs, common-sense gun safety legislation, access to quality education, college affordability, and more, Trump and the Republicans are making it harder and harder for families to get ahead.

Service to our nation and community creates opportunity for others.

After college, I served in the AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) program where I had the opportunity to create meaningful and innovative change to civic education initiatives for high school students.

The best example of service in my life came from my grandfather who served in the U.S. Army during WWII. His life was built on selfless service to his country, his church, and his community. In his late 80’s, I became his advocate as he struggled to receive assistance from The Department of Veterans Affairs. Through the experience with my grandfather, I became a passionate advocate for all Veterans to ensure they receive the care they have both earned and deserve. After serving on Capitol Hill and working closely with Veterans and Veterans Organizations, I served in the Obama Administration at The Department of Veterans Affairs, working on important initiatives to increase access to care for Veterans, reduce Veterans homelessness and transform the VA to better serve women Veterans.

My husband, Jeremey and I work every day to ensure our two daughters understand the importance of serving our friends and neighbors. Jeremey and I are dedicated to our community, coaching girls’ soccer and little league, serving in the local PTA, and teaching children’s Sunday School at Trinity United Methodist Church.

We are in a moment of time where courage is required from all of us. The courage to come together and fight for our values and the future of our communities. Join me as we take this campaign door to door, neighborhood to neighborhood, and community to community. Together, we can answer the call for courage and create a better future for our families.

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