Stafford, Virginia – Mark Dudenhefer, Republican candidate for Virginia House District 2, is honored to announce key endorsements from Stafford and Prince William County Republican officials. The officials listed below have endorsed Mark Dudenhefer for the Republican primary election.
Senator Richard Stuart
Mayor of Dumfries & State Senate Candidate Jerry Foreman
Supervisor Maureen Caddigan
Quantico Mayor Kevin P. Brown
“I am honored to have the support of local officials in Stafford and Prince William Counties. In both my roles as a Stafford County Supervisor and as a Delegate, I have worked closely with these officials to cut taxes and reduce the burden of the government on our families,” said Dudenhefer.
Senator Richard Stuart stated, “Mark has a proven track record of fiscal responsibility and putting our families needs at the forefront. His dedication to more efficient government makes me proud to endorse Mark Dudenhefer.”
Mayor Jerry Foreman included, “I’ve known Mark Dudenhefer for over five years, I have worked with him as Mayor when he was a Delegate. Mark is a principled conservative leader that will fight for our values. Whether serving in the United States Marine Corps or representing us in Richmond, Mark’s calling has always been serving his neighbors. Mark knows our community, he knows where we’ve been, he knows where we’re going and he has the vision to get us there. This is why I am proudly endorsing Mark for the Virginia House of Delegates. I look forward to working alongside him so that we can send a pair of Marines to fight for you in Richmond this November.”
“Mark and I have worked very closely over the years in order to help ease our region’s transportation problems. In working alongside Mark, I have first hand knowledge of his dedication to serving Prince William and Stafford Counties and that record is why I’m endorsing Mark Dudenhefer,” said Supervisor Maureen Caddigan.
Quantico Mayor Kevin Brown concluded, “Mark is a major reason why our towns roads got repaved. As a Marine, Mark has always been a reliable individual to turn too. I know that when Mark gets back into office, we will have a great advocate in Richmond for all of us.”