June 7, 2011

Jeff’s Announcement: “I’m in!”

Friends –

I’m happy to report to you, after a lot of thought, discussion, and prayer, we’ve decided to run for the Senate of Virginia.

But, I’m not in it for the money ($18k a year), the title, the digs, some degree of perceived power, or people making me feel important. I am running to serve the people of eastern Prince William, Fairfax, and Stafford and to change politics as usual in Richmond. There’s too much polarization; too much partisanship; and not enough principled people going down there who are focused on the people that they represent — working hard day in and day out to make our communities, commonwealth and country a better place to live, work, and raise a family. We need leaders in Richmond who aren’t afraid to shake up and stand up to the status quo and keep people of any political party accountable.

Citizens of the 36th Senate District aren’t unlike most folks. They work hard. They pay their taxes. They strive to build a better future for themselves and their families. Whether it is someone who was born and raised in Virginia like me or someone who came from a foreign land to seek the American dream and integrate as a naturalized citizen, like my Colombian mother — and everyone in between — our best days are still ahead.

Yet, the career politicians in Richmond have made a mess of our economy and have put future generations at risk. Sure, they talk about creating jobs, but in reality they vote time and time again for job-killing tax hikes, new regulations, and more wasteful government programs.

I’ve opposed all attempts to grow government and tax you more, and I will continue to do so. You know better how to spend your money than government does. My record is clear and needs no election-year makeover. I never forget who I work for and always keep my promises. You might not always agree with me 100% of the time, but you’ll always know where I stand and I’ll always welcome your thoughts and ideas.

I hope you’ll join our commonsense, pro-people — not politics — campaign to create jobs, grow our economy, improve transportation and infrastructure, and protect our special quality of life.

And, we need your help.
Click here to donate to our campaign or get involved.volunteering, contributing, and praying for us.making a financial contribution now, and signing up to volunteer with our campaign. With your help, I know we’ll have a big victory this November. God willing, we’ll win this election and change politics as usual in Virginia.

This is going to be a tough race in a district that was clearly gerrymandered for someone of the opposite political party. I’ve got a track record of winning in these tough districts and appealing to people of all political stripes, but this one could be the most difficult one yet. Notwithstanding, the numbers tell us it is winnable, especially given that 37% of the district is my old House district. Some of the toughest precincts in this new Senate district are precincts I consistently won in my prior House races against difficult opposition.

However, our past success could not have been possible without the efforts of so many — volunteering, contributing, and praying for us.

Please consider making a financial contribution now, and signing up to volunteer with our campaign. With your help, I know we’ll have a big victory this November. God willing, we’ll win this election and change politics as usual in Virginia.

Amy and I are incredibly grateful for all you’ve done in the past, and we’re counting on you now more than ever.

Thanks again. More updates to come soon.

-JMF.


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  • From: Mary Carol Hill 06/07/2011 @ 10:56 PM

    Give me time to marry off my gal mid July & I will be ready to recieve “care pkgs” of mailings to get out for you. I can start prayers now. God be with you, give you peace and success.
    YSIC,
    Mary Carol

  • From: Frederick Declares For 36th District Senate Seat « The Family Foundation 06/09/2011 @ 4:16 PM

    [...] a portion of Mr. Frederick’s announcement statement (read it in its entirety, here): I’m happy to report to you, after a lot of thought, discussion, and prayer, we’ve [...]

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