Lindsey Davis Stover Announces Endorsement from Mayor of Winchester

McLean, VA – Lindsey Davis Stover, former Obama Administration official and candidate for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District, announced today that David Smith, Mayor of the City of Winchester, has endorsed her campaign.

“Endorsing Lindsey just makes sense,”  said David Smith, Mayor of Winchester.  “Since announcing her candidacy to take on Barbara Comstock in VA-10, Lindsey has consistently made herself available to our community.  I firmly believe that Lindsey has what it takes to create the partnerships at a local level to work with us and move our District forward.”

This most recent endorsement from the Mayor of Winchester shows the strength of Lindsey’s campaign in important parts of the District.  Mayor Smith is not only a prominent community leader in the area, but also a well-established business owner in Winchester.  With Mayor Smith’s support, Lindsey continues to show her commitment to local partnerships and demonstrate her ability to do the work of an effective Representative.

“Mayor Smith’s endorsement means a lot to me personally and is very important to our movement,” explained Stover.  “David’s leadership is one that we are emulating in our campaign:  fighting for our communities, putting people over politics and making everyone’s voice and stake in our future count.”

Stover’s campaign launched 7 months ago and has garnered support from across Virginia’s 10th Congressional District.  Lindsey Davis Stover is fighting for us, putting people over politics and building a strong grassroots campaign.

Support from Mayor David Smith is the latest show of support for Lindsey’s campaign. Lindsey has welcomed dozens of endorsements from local leaders, community members and fellow Obama Administration leaders helping build momentum for her campaign. They include:

  • Chris Lu – Former Deputy Secretary of Labor and former White House Cabinet Secretary during the Obama Administration
  • Wendy Davis, Champion for Women’s Rights
  • Governor Bill Richardson
  • Mark Wolfe, Manassas City Council Member
  • Ed Meagher, US Army Veteran
  • Dr. Phillip Pate, Winchester
  • Dr. James Coates, NAACP leader, Professor, Shenandoah University
  • Jessica Kirkland, Public school teacher, Loudoun County
  • Jessica Scharpf, Small Business Owner, Loudoun County
  • Tonya James, Veteran and Community Organizer, Prince William County
  • Addie Lingle, Former Candidate for Winchester Commission of the Revenue
  • Joel Richardson, Architect, Winchester,
  • Mike Faison, Community Activist, Winchester
  • Marc Bailey, Community Organizer, Loudoun County
  • Heather Samuelson
  • Jessica Slider Whichard
  • Drew Brookie
  • Josh Taylor
  • Janko Mitric

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