May Kicks off Campaign for Commonwealth’s Attorney

| February 4, 2015 | 0 Comments | News

2012-Official-Portrait-Supervisor-May-300x300Occoquan District Supervisor Michael C. “Mike” May (R) will formally kick off his campaign for Commonwealth’s Attorney this Saturday, February 7, 2015 at 3:30 p.m. at Buckhall Volunteer Fire Department. The event is open to the public, and several community leaders, elected officials, friends and supporters are expected to attend.

Virginia’s Commonwealth Attorneys are akin to district attorneys in other states, and serve as the highest law enforcement officer in their jurisdictions. If elected, May would be Prince William County’s lead prosecutor of Federal crimes, and would vow to uphold the state constitution.

Currently, Paul B. Ebert is Prince William County’s Commonwealth Attorney.

While May’s campaign for the position has been rumored, May is excited to begin his official campaign.

“I look forward to formally kicking off our campaign for Commonwealth’s Attorney,” said May. “It’s time to modernize the office and I look forward to laying out our vision for improving accountability, oversight and transparency. We will face many challenges in this effort, but with the community’s support I know that we can make a positive difference for our citizens.”

A lifelong Northern Virginian, May grew up in Springfield, Virginia and has resided in Lake Ridge since 2001. He lives with his wife Amelia, and their three children, Leo, Natalia and Marina. In addition to serving on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, May has been an attorney in private practice with the Law Firm of Albo & Oblon, LLP for the past nine years.

For more information and to stay updated on the Mike May for Commonwealth’s Attorney Campaign, visit, or follow the campaign on Facebook and Twitter.

This article was derived from a press release from the May campaign. 

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