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15 Commonwealth Sheriffs Endorse Attorney General Mark Herring For Reelection

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From AG Mark Herring’s reelection campaign:

15 COMMONWEALTH SHERIFFS ENDORSE ATTORNEY GENERAL MARK HERRING FOR RE-ELECTION 

“Attorney General Herring has an unbeatable track record when it comes to pushing for progressive criminal justice reform legislation, and has always been accessible to our communities.” said Petersburg City Sheriff Vanessa Crawford

LEESBURG, Va. – This morning, Attorney General Mark Herring’s re-election campaign announced a slate of 15 Commonwealth sheriffs from all across Virginia endorsing his bid for re-election. 

“We can’t lose momentum on our statewide push to strengthen partnerships between communities and law enforcement. That’s why I support Mark Herring for Attorney General,” said Petersburg City Sheriff Vanessa Crawford. “Attorney General Herring has an unbeatable track record when it comes to pushing for progressive criminal justice reform legislation, and has always been accessible to our communities. There is no doubt that Mark Herring will always fight to ensure the safety and prosperity of all Virginians”

“It’s truly an honor to have the support of such a distinguished group of law enforcement officials in our commonwealth,” said Attorney General Mark Herring. “Each one of these leaders has been instrumental in reshaping our justice system during my tenure. With their support and guidance, I will continue to advocate for comprehensive justice reform legislation in Virginia that will set the standard for future generations.”

List of Commonwealth’s Sheriffs endorsing the campaign include:

Tim Allen, Former Roanoke City Sheriff

Beth Arthur, Arlington County Sheriff

James E. Brown, Charlottesville City Sheriff

Vanessa Crawford, Petersburg City Sheriff

Steven Dye, Russell County Sheriff

Alisa Gregory, Henrico County Sheriff

Stacey Kincaid, Fairfax County Sheriff

Tony Roper, Clarke County Sheriff

Mike Worrell, Pulaski County Sheriff

Gabe Morgan, Newport News Sheriff

Dana Lawhorne, Alexandria Sheriff

Jeremy Fleming, Dickinson County Sheriff

Antoniette Irving, Richmond Sheriff

C. O. Balderson, Westmoreland County Sheriff

Chan Bryant, Albemarle County Sheriff

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