Joe May is easily the best-qualified candidate in the Jan. 21 special election for the Virginia State Senate 33rd District seat soon to be vacated by Mark Herring.
May has significant experience establishing legislation to handle the issues facing our 33rd district. He has served in the Virginia House of Delegates since 1994, as a senior member on the Transportation, Appropriations, and Science and Technology committees. He is very familiar with the issues in our district, having lived in Chantilly, and then in Leesburg, since 1969. He has helped provide hundreds of job in our district – he founded EIT in Sterling in 1976, which employs approximately 300 people – and is currently Chairman of the Board and Chief Technology Officer.
Joe was recently endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Business for taking “a fiscally responsible approach to managing state government”, and for supporting “legislation that helps our small businesses grow and create jobs.“
May was also endorsed by the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Tech PAC for championing “technology policies and investments that support technology business” and “promote job creation,” and for helping achieve “passage of transportation legislation to provide new funding for transportation infrastructure and congestion relief.”
Voter turnout is critically important in special elections. So please find time in your busy schedule on Tuesday, Jan. 21, to vote for Joe May – or you can cast an absentee ballot. The moderate middle majority needs to get out and vote - otherwise the political extremes will unacceptably determine our legislative representation.