Morgan Griffith elected 9th distric congressman
UPDATED with new hires (see below).
WASHINGTON – Congressman-Elect Morgan Griffith (VA-09) issued the following statement today marking the end of his service in the Virginia House of Delegates:
“The lessons I learned in Richmond will serve me well in my new role. Today marks the end of my 17 years of service in the Virginia House of Delegates, and it has been an honor to serve in this historic body while representing various parts of Southwest Virginia.
“On Wednesday, I will be sworn-in as a Member of the U.S. House of Representatives. While I will miss my work in Richmond, there is a great deal to be done in Washington and I look forward to the challenges. The people of Southwest Virginia want to see positive change that restores the principle of limited government. It’s time to stop the out of control spending and government regulation that kills jobs.”
WASHINGTON – Congressman-elect Morgan Griffith (VA-09) announced several new additions to his 9th District staff in Southwest Virginia today. Following the official opening of these offices, the 9th District staff will be available to assist constituents with a variety of issues relating to the federal government.
Michelle Jenkins, District Director, Gate City, VA
Terry Sivert, Field Representative, Duffield, VA
Angie Hall, Field Representative, Radford, VA
Tammie Bebout, Senior Constituent Representative, Damascus, VA
Barbara Stafford, Constituent Representative, Pearisburg, VA
Ambler Dumler, Constituent Representative, Abingdon, VA
Marge Cawood, Staff Assistant, Bristol, VA
Kathy Smith, Staff Assistant, Roanoke, VA
In addition to opening District Offices in Abingdon and the New River Valley, Congressman-elect Griffith is assessing the needs of his constituents in order to roll out various satellite offices across Southwest Virginia.
Posted By Valerie Garner
Categories: Politics, State Politics
Tags: congress, house_of_delegates, republican