HISTORIC! Virginia’s New Lt. Gov is Black, Female, Christian, Marine Veteran
For the first time in history a black woman has been elected to a major leadership position in Virginia.
Republican Winsome Sears, a native of Jamaica, was elected lieutenant governor of the Commonwealth on Tuesday night.
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She is a Marine veteran who previously directed a Salvation Army homeless shelter.
Sears served as the national chairperson for the Black Americans to Re-Elect President Trump, a position she touted on the campaign trail. She defeated five other Republican candidates to win the party’s nomination for lieutenant governor.
Sears, made history as the first Black Republican woman elected to the House in 2002 after she ousted the 20-year Democratic incumbent of Virginia’s 90th District, William Robinson.
Beautiful day ☀️ = Range day!— Winsome Sears (@WinsomeSears) April 15, 2021
Marines know how to use guns and I won’t ever support a red flag law! The 2nd Amendment says “shall not be infringed!” #SemperFi
Always good to see my friends at Clark Brothers Guns. pic.twitter.com/nNXq4SjazT
LIVE – New episode of “It’s Bigger Than You Think” with Virginia’s Republican nominee for lieutenant governor @WinsomeSears is available wherever you stream your podcasts.— Republican State Leadership Committee (@RSLC) October 27, 2021
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