Governor Terry McAuliffe
“As a business owner, Sheila will bring a unique perspective to the House of Delegates. She understands how to create quality, well-paying jobs. Her community activism and leadership on criminal justice reform is a breath of fresh air.”
Mayor Levar Stoney
"I know that Sheila will be a powerful voice for her constituents in the House of Delegates, which is why I am proud to endorse her candidacy."
“In the General Assembly, Sheila will work to protect families’ health, air and water, and build a clean energy economy that works for Chesterfield, Henrico, Prince George and Hopewell.”
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia
"NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia supports candidates who are dedicated to protecting and advancing family planning, preventing unintended pregnancy, and increasing access to reproductive healthcare for women, including safe, legal abortion."
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia
“You have been a strong supporter of reproductive health and equality and we look forward to your continuing advocacy and to working with you for the women and families who depend on our organization.”
"The Feminist Majority is proud to endorse Sheila Bynum-Coleman for Virginia House of Delegates in the 62nd District. Sheila fully supports the Equal Rights Amendment and would push Virginia to become the 37th state to ratify the amendment. She believes that every person deserves access to affordable, quality healthcare as a basic human right and fully supports expanding Medicaid to close the coverage gap for 400,000 Virginians. Sheila would also work in the House of Delegates to protect reproductive healthcare access and ensure equal pay for equal work."
Progressive Change Campaign Committee
"Sheila Bynum-Coleman, who is running for Virginia House of Delegates, was named a 2017 Champion by the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, which recognizes candidates from around the country who are fighting for progressive priorities and looking out for the needs of everyday families."
The Collective PAC
“The elections taking place this year and in 2018 represent transformational opportunities for our nation and the black community."