D.J. Jordan Secures The GOP Nomination
Jordan Lays Out Policy Priorities For The Campaign: Transportation, Small Businesses, Education, and Vulnerable Children
WOODBRIDGE, VA – The D.J. for Delegate campaign today announced that D.J. Jordan has officially secured the Republican nomination for this November’s election for the 31st District of the Virginia House of Delegates.
On Saturday, March 30, Jordan was officially declared the GOP nominee, as he was the only Republican to file for the seat before the March 25 filing deadline. In a video message, D.J. thanked the Republican Parties of Fauquier and Prince William Counties, and he laid out his four policy priorities for his campaign: reducing traffic congestion; helping small businesses thrive; strengthening education; and helping vulnerable children and families.
“I am incredibly grateful and honored to be the GOP nominee for the 31st District of the Virginia House of Delegates,” said Jordan. “I want to thank the Republican Parties in Fauquier and Prince William Counties for entrusting me with this great responsibility. Our Commonwealth is at an important turning point. This November’s election will determine whether Virginia goes in two drastically different directions. I am running for the House of Delegates to fight for a Virginia state government that ensures our basic freedoms and an equal opportunity to succeed.”
On January 8, 2019, D.J. announced his campaign for this election. The House of Delegates currently has a 51-49 Republican majority; all 100 members are elected for two-year terms. On November 5, 2019, all 100 state House of Delegate seats and all 40 state Senate seats are on the ballot.