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RECAP: What People Are Saying About Delegate John Bell

CHANTILLY, Va.: Delegate John Bell (D – Loudoun) has earned the endorsement of many organizations that have a stake in the Virginia General Assembly. Here’s a look back on what people are saying about Delegate John J. Bell:

“NVTC TechPAC is pleased to endorse Delegate John Bell for re-election to the House of Delegates.” said NVTC TechPAC Chairman Jeff Novak.  “During his first term in the House of Delegates, Delegate Bell quickly distinguished himself as a key advocate for the technology business community. He understands technology businesses and their importance to our economy and has been a strong voice in support of policies and investments that encourage technology businesses and entrepreneurs to locate and grow in Virginia, promote job creation, build Virginia’s technology workforce and enhance Virginia's reputation as a global technology center.”

“The Chamber PAC is proud to support Delegate John Bell. These endorsements were earned through demonstrated leadership and responsiveness to those issues of importance to the Chamber and its member businesses,” said Brian Gordon, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Apartment and Office Building Association (AOBA) of Metropolitan Washington, and the Chairman of the Prince William Chamber PAC.

“John Bell has been a great advocate for the PBA in the Virginia House of Delegates, and it’s very important to us to have such allies tirelessly working to make sure law enforcement has all they need in order to keep our communities safe,” said Joe Woloszyn, Division President of the Virginia Police Benevolent Association. “We are glad to endorse Del. Bell in his reelection campaign, and anticipate his support in coming years in the General Assembly.”

Said Vice President Joe Biden: "Delegate John Bell is a proven leader in the Virginia House of Delegates. He has a track record of getting things done across the aisle and advocating for his constituents.  Delegate Bell deserves to be reelected so he can continue to fight for what is right, from making sure every Virginian can afford to see a doctor, growing our middle class, and ensuring our schools and public places are safe from firearm violence."

Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords said: “The next Virginia General Assembly will have a real opportunity to make Virginia’s communities safer by closing the loopholes in the state’s background check laws, cracking down on gun trafficking and making it harder for domestic abusers to access firearms. Americans for Responsible Solutions PAC is proud to endorse these gun safety champions and look forward to them being a steady voice for responsibility in the Virginia House of Delegates.”

“NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia is proud to endorse and support strong pro-choice candidates for state office who will represent our values,” NARAL said in a press release. “We know we can count on the following candidates to stand up to attacks on reproductive freedom in the General Assembly, and to work to both protect and expand Virginians' access to reproductive health care.”

“Our members teach young people the value of research every day, and they’ve lived it during this process,” said VEA President Jim Livingston, who chairs the Fund. “We can continue to count on [John] to do what’s best for our public schools, our students, and our education employees. This November’s elections are critical to the future of public education in our Commonwealth, and our students and educators will need friends of education in office more than ever.”

Delegate John Bell has also earned endorsements from:

·New Virginia Majority

·Virginia Chapter of the National Organization of Women


·Virginia Professional Firefighters

·Virginia League of Conservation Voters

·Virginia Chapter Sierra Club

·Virginia Farm Bureau - AgPAC

·Equality Virginia

·Virginia LGBT Democrats

·Planned Parenthood of Virginia

·Every Voice


Delegate John J. Bell is a 26-year Air Force veteran serving his first term in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 87th District in Loudoun and Prince William Counties.