Three PWC Supervisors Endorse Jeanine Lawson in Brentsville Race

| October 1, 2014 | 0 Comments | News

Prince William County Supervisors Michael May, Maureen Caddigan and Pete Candland.

Presumed Republican Candidate for Brentsville District Supervisor Jeanine Lawson announced Wednesday that she has received endorsements from three of five remaining Prince William County Supervisors Republican Supervisors: Michael May of the Occoquan District, Maureen Caddigan of the Potomac District and Peter Candland of the Gainesville District.

The following are the endorsement statements:

“I know Jeanine will be a dedicated Supervisor who will work tirelessly on behalf of Prince William County families. I look forward to working with her to improve the quality of life in our communities,” said Supervisor Mike May, Vice Chair, Prince William Board of County Supervisors, Occoquan District

“I look forward to working with Jeanine. She will be an asset to our Board and to the Brentsville district because she knows firsthand the issues, concerns and needs of the people and will represent them as well as the County,” said Supervisor Maureen Caddigan, Prince William Board of County Supervisors, Potomac District

“Jeanine Lawson has the experience and integrity to be a strong voice for your family on the Board of County Supervisors. We need Jeanine’s help to fight for lower taxes, to reduce overcrowding in our classrooms, to fix the congested roads, to help bring jobs to our area, and to ensure that our homes and communities are safe,” said Supervisor Pete Candland, Prince William Board of County Supervisors, Gainesville District.

On her Facebook Page, Jeanine Lawson for Brentsville District Supervisor, Lawson thanked the Supervisors for their endorsements, explaining that she plans to work cooperatively with them on the Board should she be elected.

“These endorsements from three of the Prince William County Supervisors are very important to me. If I am elected as your supervisor, I will be able to work together with them for the benefit of all the residents of our county. Thank you, Vice Chair May, Supervisor Caddigan and Supervisor Candland!!!” Lawson posted for her supporters Wednesday afternoon.

Despite the disqualification of Scott Jacobs and a Republican candidate and his subsequent run on the Independent ticket, the Prince William Republican Committee will still hold their nomination Mass Meeting Wednesday evening at Patriot High School in Nokesville. Doors open at 7 p.m.

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