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Fariss Campaign Finance Report Belies His Claims

Despite his claims that he is "not a politician," the latest financial disclosure forms filed by 59th House of Delegates candidate Matt Fariss show that of the $145,713 he raised during the Sept. 1 - 30 filing period, $116,652 came from sources within or tied directly to the Republican Party.

One entity, The Hopper Company, a Republican mail and media consulting company which is located in Tennessee donated $91,100 in in-kind donations for his mailings, and another $25,552 came directly from Republican candidates or their PACS. His grassroots support was 25 donors contributing $2,200 in donations of less than $100 each.

Connie Brennan is Democratic Nominee for 59th District House of Delegates Seat.

Nelson County Supervisor Connie Brennan has accepted the nomination of the Democratic Party for the 59th District House of Delegates seat following the decision of Jasper Hendricks to withdraw from seeking the party's nomination. "Jasper Hendricks is a fine young man who has represented our party and his community with enthusiasm, integrity and commitment. I want to thank him and wish him every success in his future endeavors, " Brennan shared in an email to her supporters.  

A formal announcement was made, Tuesday, August 2, at a Conversations with Connie event previously scheduled by Brennan's campaign for Brennan to meet with Campbell County voters by  59th District Chair Carter Elliott. Elliott said he had notified all County chairs that a planned Aug. 9 caucus to choose the party's nominee had been cancelled.  

Connie Brennan is a Nelson County supervisor, retired nurse practitioner and long-time community leader. She is serving her third term on the Nelson County Board of Supervisors. She was the first woman elected to the board and has served as chair twice in her ten years of service.

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