By Lynn R. Mitchell
Brian Schoeneman picked up another big endorsement this week when Delegate Dave Albo endorsed him for Fairfax County Sully District supervisor.
Brian Schoeneman for Sully Supervisor released the following:
We’re thrilled to announce Delegate Dave Albo is endorsing our campaign. Here’s what he has to say:
“I’ve known Brian for a long time. He’s the kind of guy who you can ask a direct question to and get a straight, honest answer. He is a problem-solver who can get things done for your neighborhood by working with others, but when he needs to fight, he will never back down. He will never sit back and then let the Democrats raise your taxes, waste money on streetcars and bike lanes while our roads are crumbling, nor let our schools turn into places where everybody gets a trophy, and nobody goes to college.
As a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, I need an ally at the local level. I’m looking forward to working with Brian on the issues that matter to you — building and maintaining our roads, quality schools, keeping your family safe from violent criminals, and making government live within its means.”
Delegate Albo joins a growing list of those who have endorsed Brian including Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (VA-10th), Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity, former Fairfax County Republican Committee Chairman Jay McConville, Michael Thompson, Sr., Chairman and President, Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy; Elizabeth Schultz, Fairfax County School Board Member; Sang Yi, Korean American Republican Party of Virginia President; Elizabeth Minneman, Former College Republican Federation of Virginia Chairwoman (2014-15); Devon Flynn, George Mason University College Republicans Chairman and Sully resident; and Neb Yegezu, Northern Virginia Community College Republican Chairman, Annandale Campus.
Brian and volunteers have made contact with 1,500 voters in Sully District, reaching out to potential voters with phone calls and door knocks. With a month left until the primary, they are pushing to reach as many voters as possible. For those interested in helping, contact Erika Dyer at BrianForSupervisor@gmail.com or 703-906-6368.