2019 Session

Virginia Republicans Delivered on Promises to Voters

  • Returned $1 billion in tax relief to Virginians

  • Adopted a fiscally conservative budget that focused on priorities like education and safety

  • Virginia teachers will receive a well-earned 5 percent pay raise

  • Worked in a bipartisan manner to improve the functioning of Virginia's civil and criinal justice systems

  • Passed legislation to reduce human trafficking - especially the unforgiveable offense of trafficking children for commercial sex

  • Passed legislation to ensure 750,000 criminal convictions were entered into the criminal database to ensure that employment record checks and background checks for firearms will be accurate and effective

  • Made symbolic success in keeping I-81 improvements and safety before the General Assembly, although desire funding was not secured during the 2019 session

  • During Governor Northam's Special Session on Guns the General Assembly created a committee to study the Norfolk mass shooting and turned back Democratic-sponsored bills that would have restricted gun ownership with making the public safer

Paid for by the Rockingham County Republican Committee.

Rockingham County Republican Committee, P.O. Box 787, Harrisonburg, VA  22803

Contact the Chairman, Daryl Borgquist at 703-297-0917

@2020 Rockingham County Republican