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Senator John Watkins Endorses Glen Sturtevant

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Senator John Watkins Endorses Glen Sturtevant for State Senate


~Watkins supports Sturtevant to succeed him in the 10th District~

*** Watkins: "Glen is a leader who will put doing what is right before partisan politics." *** 

CHESTERFIELD, VA – Stating that Glen Sturtevant is “a leader who will put doing what is right before partisan politics,” Senator John Watkins announced today that he is endorsing Sturtevant for the Virginia Senate in the 10th district, which Watkins has represented since 1998.

Watkins, who is retiring after 34 of elected service, has long been known for his integrity and independence, and has been a leader both in the State Senate and locally on business issues and economic development for many years.

Speaking about his endorsement, Watkins said, “Glen Sturtevant understands that we must bring people together to improve our schools and create jobs for Virginia families. He is the best choice for Virginia’s future.”

Reacting to the news, Sturtevant noted, “It is an honor to be endorsed by Senator Watkins in this campaign for the 10th District seat. He has been a respected and dedicated advocate for the citizens of the Commonwealth for many years, and I am incredibly grateful to have his trust and support.”

Sturtevant also remarked, “In the Senate, I look forward to continuing Senator Watkins’ efforts to make Virginia a great state for business so that we can grow our economy and create more jobs for Virginia’s families.”

The 10th Senate District includes all of Powhatan County, part of Chesterfield County, and part of Richmond City. Senator Watkins joins a growing group of organizations and officials from all across the 10th District who have endorsed Glen’s campaign. A full list of endorsements are below.


  • The Virginia Farm Bureau's AgPAC
  • The NRA
  • Senator John Watkins
  • Delegate Manoli Loupassi
  • Delegate Roxann Robinson
  • Delegate Lee Ware
  • Chesterfield's Commonwealth's Attorney William "Billy" Davenport
  • Chesterfield Sheriff Karl Leonard
  • Powhatan Sheriff Gregory Neal
  • Retired Powhatan Sheriff Nelson Batterson
  • Chesterfield's Clerk of the Court Wendy Hughes.

Visit to learn more about Glen and his campaign for State Senate. The Richmond Times Dispatch was first to report on this endorsement. To check out their article, click here.

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Glen Sturtevant Signs the OneVirginia2021 Pledge

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Contact: Matt Brown
Campaign Manager
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Glen Sturtevant Supports Constitutional Amendment for Nonpartisan Redistricting


CHESTERFIELD- Glen Sturtevant, the Republican nominee for Virginia Senate in the 10th District, has signed the OneVirginia2021 pledge in support of redistricting reform, which states, "I support reforming our redistricting process by amending the Virginia Constitution to establish a redistricting process that is done by an impartial, independent commission based on non-partisan, objective criteria." Sturtevant supports nonpartisan redistricting to make districts more representative and fair.

Speaking about nonpartisan redistricting, Sturtevant said, "We have got to take politics out of redistricting so that voters get fair representation and legislative districts keep communities intact, rather than dividing them for partisan political gain. I am proud to sign the OneVirginia2021 pledge."

Earlier this summer, at a forum hosted by Voices for Virginia's Children, Glen voiced his concern over gerrymandered districts, especially the 10th Senate District, saying “This is an extraordinarily gerrymandered Senate district and it’s wrong. We have to fix it.” Increasing government accountability and transparency is one of Sturtevant's top priorities in the State Senate. Fixing gerrymandered districts, like the 10th District, is a component of his plan to increase accountability, access, and to provide fair representation for voters in the Commonwealth.



VFBF AgPAC endorses Glen with support of local farmers

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Sturtevant Endorsed by VA Farm Bureau Federation for Virginia Senate


CHESTERFIELD, VA - Virginia Farm Bureau Federation's (VFBF) AgPAC, the organization's political action committee, has endorsed Glen Sturtevant in the race for Virginia's 10th District Senate seat. Sturtevant values and understands the importance of agriculture to growing our overall economy in Virginia.

Speaking about the endorsement, Sturtevant said, "I am honored to receive the Virginia Farm Bureau's endorsement. Agriculture and forestry is Virginia's largest industry, with billions in total economic impact and more than 400,000 jobs across the Commonwealth." Sturtevant continued, "In the Senate, my focus will be supporting policies that foster economic growth in Virginia, including in the Agriculture industry. We have had four years of GDP growth below one percent in Virginia, including zero percent GDP growth last year, and I know we can do a lot better."

Endorsements by VFBF are based on the recommendation of local committees and farmers. The 10th District is home to over 200 farms encompassing more than 30,000 acres of farm land. Wayne F. Pryor, chairman of the VFBF AgPAC and president of the Virginia Farm Bureau said, "We believe the endorsed candidates will help agriculture and forestry maintain its vitality as the No. 1 industry in Virginia."

The VFBF AgPAC is a non-partisan political action committee, created by the Farm Bureau in 1999, that employs in-kind contributions and endorsements to support candidates who can best support agriculture and Farm Bureau issues. You can find the full list of endorsements by clicking here.



Glen Sturtevant Raises Over $100,000 in First Quarter


Republican Candidate in 10th District Building Strong Momentum


Chesterfield -- Glen Sturtevant, the Republican candidate for State Senate in Virginia’s 10th district, announced today that his campaign raised more than $100,000 in the first quarter of 2015. This strong fundraising report for Sturtevant, who is a member of the Richmond School Board, follows his recent announcements of numerous endorsements by Republicans and Independents from across the district.

Just two months after he announced his candidacy, the Republican Party has unified behind Sturtevant, establishing him as the GOP candidate in what will be one of the most closely watched races in the Commonwealth of Virginia this fall.

Speaking about the report, Sturtevant said, “I continue to be humbled by the incredible response our campaign is receiving from all across the 10th Senate district. The people of Chesterfield, Powhatan, and Richmond are ready for a new generation of conservative leadership that will move Virginia forward by growing our economy, reforming our state government and strengthening our education system. In the months ahead I look forward to continuing to meet with voters in the district, sharing our positive vision for the future, and focusing on how to build a stronger commonwealth for all Virginians.”

Glen's campaign is off to a great start, but we need your help to keep the momentum going!  If you can make a contribution today, please click the link below and you can conveniently donate online!


GOP turns to Glen Sturtevant to run for critical Senate seat

Chesterfield Observer
By Jim McConnell


Less than three years after he was elected to the Richmond School Board, Glen Sturtevant is making a run for the General Assembly. 

Sturtevant, a 32-year-old attorney and father of three, is the Republican Party nominee for Virginia Senate in the 10th District.  As such, he's also a key figure in the GOP's effort to maintain control of the state legislature and prevent Gov. Terry McAuliffe from expanding Medicaid to thousands of uninsured Virginians.

That's a big responsibility for a man of his youth, but Sturtevant insisted that he's up for the challenge. 

"I think a lot of people want to see a new generation of leaders step forward," he said during an interview last week.  

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