Tony Pham Endorsed by Ed Gillespie!

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It is an honor to endorse my good friend Tony Pham in his campaign for Henrico Commonwealth’s Attorney.
From the moment I met Tony, I was impressed by the strength, determination, and tireless dedication he exhibited, working tirelessly and fighting faithfully for common sense, conservative values.
As a senior Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, Tony fought diligently to protect our families and our communities by prosecuting tough murder and gang cases. As an assistant city attorney and counsel in the Richmond Sheriff’s Office, he was a staunch advocate for our men and women in uniform.
In fact, Tony’s whole career has been about serving others. He’s devoted countless hours working towards helping our children learn about the Rule of Law, and equipping them to make better life decisions.  This commitment is evident in his work with the Rule of Law and Shaping Our Future Programs in Henrico County.
Tony’s candidacy represents the promise of growing our Republican values and shared principles. Throughout his entire campaign, Tony has been relentlessly pursuing the opportunity to meet as many voters as possible by going door-to-door, engaging citizens in their own neighborhoods, and proving himself to be open and accessible to the people he is seeking to represent.
Elections are decided by the voters who show up. With Tony, we have an opportunity to install experienced, professional leadership in the Henrico Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office — leadership that will fight for justice, for the safety of our families, and the good of our communities. Please encourage your family, friends, and coworkers to vote for the leadership that Henrico County needs and deserves. Vote Tony Pham on November 3rd!
Ed Gillespie
P.S. Campaigns are never a one-person show. As we enter the last big push to “Get Out the Vote,” please consider helping Tony in his race to bring Leadership, Commitment, and Courage to the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office by contributingand helping his team reach as many voters as possible.