|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Virginia Way 2017 GOP Primary Straw Poll Results
Glen Allen, Va. – March 10, 2017 – On an online straw poll conducted over 6 days starting on March 5th Virginia Way surveyed the political landscape of the 2017 GOP Primary for statewide office. Over the course of the 6 days 386 people took part in the poll that ended at Noon on Friday. Additionally, the poll featured respondents from all across the Commonwealth. Here are the results:
If the 2017 GOP primary for Governor was held today who would you support?
Gillespie, Ed: 32.9% (127 votes)
If the 2017 GOP primary for Lt. Governor was held today who would you support?
Davis, Glenn: 9.6% (37 votes)
If the 2017 GOP primary for Attorney General was held today who would you support?
Adams, John: 61% (236 votes)
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Today Virginia Way PAC can announce that it has exceeded its fundraising goal for the 3rd quarter of the year, its first quarter of fundraising. With 23 total donors Virginia Way PAC raised a total of $3,225. Virginia Way PAC’s diverse donors come from all walks of life and all ages.
Virginia Way PAC founder Matt Walton released the following statement after a successful fundraising quarter:
The support that Virginia Way received from a diverse group of people illustrates the desire for our leaders in the General Assembly to work together to solve problems in a collaborative manner. Additionally, our leaders in Richmond need to continue fiscally conservative policies that focus on job creation, opportunities for economic growth, and reforming our educational system that benefits all students. Virginia Way will continue to work hard in the months ahead on these issues and reach out to those who want to see the General Assembly work in a way that brings people together for the good of the Commonwealth of Virginia.