Endorsements

The following people and organizations believe in Sheila Bynum-Coleman as a new voice for Virginia HD66.

EMILY’s List

Emily's List

“By helping to elect these women to office in 2019 and 2020, we’re not only building a farm team, but we’re also putting strong women in charge of decisions that affect women and families every day”

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Moms Demand Action

Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidates are candidates who are running for office in 2019 and have demonstrated that they will govern with gun safety in mind.

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DLCC

DLCC

We were named one of 17 spotlight races for the Virginia State Legislature by the DLCC: “As an activist, Sheila Bynum-Coleman has played a huge role in her community for years. She has fought for education reform to help students and advocated for environmental cleanup to protect kids from chronic health problems.”

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Carpenters’ Union

“Sheila’s experience working in the construction industry has given her a first-hand understanding of the challenges facing both workers and honest employers today.”

– Ian Heinz, Political Director, KML Regional Council of Carpenters

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Senator Tim Kaine

“I’m proud to support Sheila Bynum-Coleman in her candidacy for the 66th Virginia House of Delegates District. Sheila is committed to making progress on the issues Virginians care about, like reforming our criminal justice system and reducing gun violence in our neighborhoods. As a mother of five, a business owner, and the first African American woman to serve on the Virginia Board of Contractors, Sheila will be a strong voice for Virginia families in the General Assembly.”

– Tim Kaine

Future Now Fund

Future Now Fund

The Future Now Fund is a national group that will reward Virginia Statehouse candidates for knocking on doors.

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Brady United Against Gun Violence

“Sheila Bynum-Coleman (HD-66) is challenging Rep. Kirk Cox, the Speaker of the House responsible for blocking gun violence prevention legislation in Virginia. Sheila was personally impacted by gun violence when her daughter was shot in August 2016. An innocent bystander, her daughter was leaving a party when two people began shooting at each other. She was shot through the shoulder and barely avoided being fatally shot through the face. In stark contrast to Speaker Cox, Sheila’s experience underlies her firm commitment to ending gun violence and keeping Virginia’s communities safe.”

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Swing Left

We need to make sure these Democrats have the resources and volunteers they need to go up against the GOP, and win.

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Pod Save America/Data for Progress

Our friends at Data for Progress have identified ten races in Virginia this year where your money is most needed.

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