Richmond, VA (PRWEB) June 12, 2013
The Virginia Prosperity Project (VA P2) offered congratulations today to the final 2013 Virginia nominees, who will be contending for elected-office this November. The following statement has been issued by VA P2 Executive Director, Ryan Dunn.
“Seeking elected-office is a tremendous act of service and dedication,” said Ryan Dunn, Executive Director of the Virginia Prosperity Project. “We would like to applaud all of the 2013 candidates for answering the call to serve and would like to congratulate this year’s nominees.”
“Serving the Commonwealth of Virginia and its people is a tremendous honor and a major responsibility that we at the Virginia Prosperity Project, like so many Virginians, hold in the highest-regard. VA P2 strives to arm Virginia voters with the tools and information they will need to make an informed decision this November. We look forward to hearing more from the nominees over the coming weeks and months about their plans to ensure a thriving and prosperous future for the Commonwealth,” Dunn concluded.
The 2013 Nominees for Governor, Lt. Governor and Attorney General are as follows:
Governor - Ken Cuccinelli
Lt. Governor - E.W. Jackson
Attorney General - Mark Obenshain
Governor - Terry McAuliffe
Lt. Governor - Ralph Northam
Attorney General – Mark Herring
For a wrap-up of the primary, please visit http://www.virginiap2.com.
The Virginia Prosperity Project is a nonpartisan, issue education and election information clearing house used by thousands of Virginia voters. VA P2 delivers objective election and policy information to encourage Virginians to take an active role in the political and policy-making process. VA P2 also provides helpful tools and data to assist voters in registering to vote, understanding where the candidates stand, where to find their polling place and how government decisions impact their jobs, their industry and their livelihoods. VA P2 does not tell people how to vote but provides voters with unique, unfiltered access to the candidates’ stance on issues of prosperity and free enterprise.