Former Delegate David Yancey Endorses Tim Hugo For Lieutenant Governor


Centreville, VA – Former Delegate and businessman David Yancey endorsed Tim Hugo’s campaign for Lieutenant Governor today.

“Tim Hugo is a Veteran and faithful public servant who has served our Nation with honor, and sacrificed time away from his family, to ‘block and tackle’ the hard issues that led Virginia to be the best state to raise a family, have access to new opportunities, and enjoy a great quality of life,” said Yancey.

“I am proud to support Tim Hugo’s campaign for Lieutenant Governor. Tim understands that when family run businesses are flourishing, the economy is booming. And when ‘the store is open’ for Virginia’s families to access opportunity we will get Virginia back to being the number one state in the nation.”

“As a businessman himself, Delegate Yancey understands the vital role that small business play in our economy,” said Hugo. “Unfortunately, under the Democrat’s watch, our small business community and their employees have been decimated. Businesses are closing, jobs are being lost, and families are struggling because of the misguided policies coming out of Richmond. I am running to get us back to the low tax and pro-growth policies that made Virginia a haven for small businesses and jobs just two short years ago.”

Tim Hugo has also been endorsed by other conservative leaders including:

  • Congressman Ben Cline (VA-6)
  • Congressman Morgan Griffith (VA-9)
  • Senate Republican Leader Tommy Norment
  • Senator Bill DeSteph (Virginia Beach)
  • Senator Ryan McDougle (Hanover)
  • Senator Mark Obenshain (Harrisonburg)
  • Senator Richard Stuart (Fredericksburg)
  • Delegate Rob Bell (Albemarle)
  • House of Delegates Caucus Chair Kathy Byron (Bedford)
  • Delegate Bobby Orrock (Caroline)
  • Delegate Matt Fariss (Campbell)
  • Delegate Buddy Fowler (Hanover)
  • Delegate Margaret Ransone (Westmoreland)
  • Delegate Nick Rush (Montgomery)
  • Delegate Lee Ware (Powhatan)
  • Delegate Mark Cole (Spotsylvania)
  • Stafford County Supervisor Mark Dudenhefer
  • Former Senator Dick Black
  • Former Speaker of the House William Howell 
  • Former Delegate Scott Lingamfelter
  • Former Delegate Manoli Loupassi
  • Former Delegate Brenda Pogge
  • Former Delegate Jackson Miller
  • Former Delegate Randy Minchew
  • Former 10th Congressional District Candidate/Current HD 51 Candidate Jeff Dove
  • Former 10th District GOP Chair Jo Thoburn
  • Former NRA Political Director Chuck Cunningham
  • Augusta Clerk of the Court Steve Landes
  • Chesapeake City Clerk of the Court Alan Krasnoff
  • Chesterfield Sheriff Karl Leonard
  • Fauquier County Sheriff Bob Mosier
  • Fairfax City Councilman Sang Yi
  • Prince William County Supervisor Pete Candland
  • Prince William County Supervisor Jeanine Lawson
  • Former Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli
  • Former Prince William County Supervisor Ruth Anderson
  • Former Manassas Mayor Mayor Hal Parrish
  • Former Prince William GOP Chair Dottie Miller
  • Former Prince William School Board Member Alyson Satterwhite
  • Former Manassas City Councilman Ian Lovejoy
  • Former RPV Chairman John Whitbeck
  • Former Prince William County Board Chairman Corey Stewart
  • Virginia Republican National Committeeman Morton Blackwell
  • Former Virginia Secretary of Natural Resources Doug Domenech
  • Former Virginia Deputy Secretary of Natural Resources Anthony Moore
  • Former Director of Historic Resources Kathleen Kilpatrick
  • Concerned Women for America President Penny Nance