Sheriff Bob Mosier Endorses Tim Hugo For Lieutenant Governor


Centreville, VA – Fauquier County Sheriff Bob Mosier endorsed Tim Hugo’s campaign for Lieutenant Governor today citing Hugo’s long standing support for professional law enforcement resulting in justice for victims of human trafficking. Sheriff Mosier joins the growing list of Virginians supporting Tim for the nomination.

“Tim Hugo had a proven track record of supporting local law enforcement when he was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates,” said Mosier. “Tim carried the constitutional amendment that provided tax relief for the spouses of fallen law enforcement officers that gave their last full measure and that’s a vote we will never forget.

“Tim has also been a leader in the fight against human trafficking. He sponsored numerous bills that have allowed law enforcement to hold violent criminals and sex offenders accountable for their crimes against the most vulnerable. I know he will continue to be a friend to those of us in law enforcement and continue to seek justice for victims of commercial sexual exploitation. That is why I am proud to support his campaign for Lieutenant Governor.”

“Virginia needs leaders who will stand up for our men and women in law enforcement,” said Hugo. “As a Delegate, I fought to make sure our law enforcement officers had the resources they needed to protect our families and communities, and as Lieutenant Governor I’ll continue that fight. I am humbled to have the support of Sheriff Mosier and look forward to working with him to make Virginia a safer place for our families and businesses.”

Tim Hugo’s campaign for Lieutenant Governor has also been endorsed by other conservative leaders including:

Congressman Ben Cline (VA-6)
Congressman Morgan Griffith (VA-9)
Senator Bill DeSteph (Virginia Beach)
Senator Ryan McDougle (Hanover)
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 10th Congressional District Candidate/Current HD 51 Candidate Jeff Dove
Former 10th District GOP Chair Jo Thoburn
Chesapeake City Clerk of the Court Alan Krasnoff
Fairfax City Councilman Sang Yi
Prince William County Supervisor Pete Candland
Former Prince William County Supervisor Ruth Anderson
Former Manassas Mayor Mayor Hal Parrish
Former Manassas City Councilman Ian Lovejoy
Former RPV Chairman John Whitbeck

Tim is an Army veteran and former Virginia Delegate where he rose to be the third ranking member of the House of Delegates. As a Delegate of 17 years, Tim amassed a reliably conservative voting record. Tim is running for Lieutenant Governor to position Virginia for a 21st Century economy, bring about a strong economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, defend Virginians’ Constitutional rights, hold the line on additional tax increases, and stand up for the men and women in law enforcement.