LTE: May Supporter Highlights 33rd Senate District Candidate’s Accomplishments

Joe May faces John Whitbeck and Jennifer Wexton in special election Tuesday, Jan. 21.

Special election for 33rd State Senate in Virginia Jan. 21.
Special election for 33rd State Senate in Virginia Jan. 21.

Joe May is a very experienced leader and proven problem solver, whose campaign has focused on his strong qualifications, including 20 years as a Virginia Delegate. In contrast, his two opponents are both lawyers, who are running Washington-style negative campaigns, and have no legislative experience.

May has demonstrated he is a bipartisan leader who works well across party lines to obtain significant results for our district and Commonwealth. He is the only candidate endorsed by major business organizations, including National Federation of Independent Businesses, and Northern Virginia Technology Council’s TechPAC, highlighting his legislative work to help create jobs, and make Virginia the number one state for businesses in 2013.

He recently received the AAA Lifetime Achievement Award in Transportation Safety, in part for his instrumental role, as Transportation committee chair, in passing bipartisan legislation to obtain additional transportation funding for Northern Virginia – the first in over 20 years.

Joe is the only candidate already very familiar with the people and policies in Richmond. He will start his legislative accomplishments on day one – especially important since the Senate session is only eight weeks long.

Numerous recent state elections have been extremely close, involving recounts – every single vote has an impact. On January 21, vote for Joe May, the accomplished leader, who will cut through the gridlock of bipartisan politics to achieve what is best for our district and state - instead of taking our tax dollars to the bank, and leaving nothing to show for it.

Pat Klein



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