JOHN VAN HOY JOINS JIM GILMORE FOR SENATE TEAM
The support just keeps growing! As the truth comes out about Mark Warner and his unneeded tax increases, people are supporting Jim Gilmore. The support of John Van Hoy is great news. Look for more business people to follow soon.
Fredericksburg Businessman To Serve As Stafford County Campaign Chairman
Alexandria - Fredericksburg Businessman John Van Hoy has joined the Jim Gilmore for Senate Campaign and will serve as the Jim Gilmore Senate Campaign Chairman for Stafford County.
"John's business savvy and well regarded values and community activism are key elements that will help our campaign on the road to victory in November," said Gilmore in announcing Van Hoy's addition to the Gilmore team.
A long time member of the Republican State Central Committee and former Chairman of the Stafford County GOP, Van Hoy, a local businessman and geologist, has served on a variety of community boards at the state and local level, as well as business and trade association boards.
"It is my opinion we should start with what our working families and businesses can afford, rather than what the leadership thinks government needs and how to pay for it. This way of putting the leadership and governments wants before those of the people is the way of Democrats like Mark Warner, who put themselves first."
"I am proud supporter of Governor Jim Gilmore's candidacy for the United States Senate. As a U.S. Senator for Virginia, Jim Gilmore will carry forth his proven determination of reducing the size of government and the goal of keeping as much of working families' hard earned money in their hands. We are taxed too heavily everywhere we turn and Jim Gilmore knows that. We know that whether we had a surplus or were in a recession, Mark Warner raised our taxes and if elected Senator will do so again."
The Mark Warner myth is being revealed. Unneeded tax increases and misplaced money will dominate the campaign talk. His ties to criminals like Jerome B. Armstrong and here closer to home, Warners grandstanding on the Roger Coleman case has opened many eyes.