“It is now more important than ever that Virginia’s students, families, and educators have legislators in the General Assembly who will prioritize public education in a way that will give them the tools and resources they need to succeed,” said VEA President Jim Livingston, who also serves as chairman of the VEA Fund.
“For far too long, the General Assembly has failed to do all it can to address the needs of public schools across Virginia. Instead of pushing policies that are proven not to work and that weaken public education, it is time Virginians elect candidates like Dawn Adams across the Commonwealth who will put kids first.”
“Dr. Dawn Adams is a nurse practitioner and compassionate leader with over 30 years of experience building healthier communities.” said Geri Prado, the senior director of state and local campaigns at EMILY’’s List . “We’re excited to support such a hard working woman in her candidacy to Virginia’s General Assembly.”
Citing her “dedication to the protection of the natural resources of Virginia,” the statewide chapter of the national organization dedicated to environmental protection and good government stated their utmost confidence that Adams would safeguard the quality of the land, water, and air of Chesterfield and Henrico Counties and Richmond City.”
Throughout her primary and general election campaigns, Adams has demonstrated a consistent commitment to protecting the James River and investing in renewable energy sources that could not only improve environmental conditions but also bring new, high-paying jobs to the region.
We are delighted to endorse Dawn M. Adams for the House of Delegates in the 68th District. Dr. Adams’ extensive background in healthcare coupled with her work as the Director for the Office of Integrated Health and adjunct professor teaching Health Policy to doctoral students will give a strong, well-rounded voice in the General Assembly when it comes to healthcare, education, and jobs.” – Julie, Chair, Virginia’s List
The Virginia Professional Fire Fighters have over 7,000 members and sixty-five chapters across the Commonwealth of Virginia and work tirelessly to ensure that state lawmakers value public safety as a priority and work to promote key issues that matter to firefighters, emergency medical services (EMS) personnel, and their families.