William Kyger: Support for Chris Runion in 25th House District


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This spring, the voters of the 25th House of Delegates district have an opportunity to engage in the Republican Party nominating process through their participation in a “firehouse primary” on April 27th. I am proudly supporting Chris Runion to be the Republican Party candidate. I have known Chris for many years as a dedicated husband, father, a hard working civic-minded person, and a solid small businessman in the central Shenandoah Valley. I believe he seeks this office to continue the excellent representation that the 25th has had in the past.

Chris has been active as a leader in Rotary, Boy Scouts, and served more than eight years on the Rockingham County Planning Commission. He is highly respected in his church and business community. His record of public service and business experience has provided him the tools necessary to best represent the citizens of the 25th House district. I ask that you take a few minutes on April 27th to support Chris between 10 Am and 4PM and lend him your vote at the Augusta County Government Center for Augusta County voters of the 25th, Rockingham County voters of the 25th will vote at Airey Hall (the Town Office Complex) in Bridgewater, Albermarle voters of the 25th at the Crozet Library in Crozet. I reamain,

William Kyger resides in Bridgewater.

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