GOP turns to Glen Sturtevant to run for critical Senate seat - Glen Sturtevant

GOP turns to Glen Sturtevant to run for critical Senate seat

Chesterfield Observer
By Jim McConnell
STAFF WRITER

 

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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