Johnson for Delegate announces support from
prominent business and community leaders
McLEAN, VA – The Al Johnson for Delegate campaign is proud to announce that it has received the endorsement of prominent local business and community leaders Larry Culp, Robert Giaimo, and Robert Kettler in Johnson’s campaign to succeed Congresswoman-elect Barbara Comstock in the Virginia House of Delegates.
Larry Culp, Former President and CEO of Danaher Corportation, said: “Our state and country both need more commonsense leaders like Al Johnson. Al’s lifetime of crafting creative solutions to complex problems in both the public and private sectors has prepared him well to serve Virginia in the House of Delegates. Please give Al your full support.”
Robert Giaimo, President of Silver Diner Development, said: “I am proud to endorse Al Johnson for Delegate. Al has been actively engaged in our community for decades, working to strengthen our schools and our businesses. I have known Al for nearly 20 years and he is committed to making our community stronger both in the workplace and in our neighborhoods. We need a strong leader in Richmond who understands the challenges we face here in northern Virginia. Al Johnson is the one candidate in this race who is equipped to tackle these challenges.”
Robert Kettler, CEO of Kettler Development, said: “We need strong leadership in Richmond. There is one candidate in this race who is ready to take on that responsibility on day-one, and that candidate is my friend Al Johnson. Al has negotiated trade deals bringing jobs to our shores, worked on Capitol Hill, and now runs his own small business. I am proud to support Al’s campaign for Delegate because he has the right experience and he understands our problems, our needs, and to get the job done for us.”
Al Johnson said: “I am humbled to receive the support of these esteemed northern Virginia business leaders. They not only provide a source of employment for a great number of our neighbors, they are active members of our community outside the office who are working to make northern Virginia not just the best place to do business, but the best place to live and raise a family. I look forward to working with them, and all citizens in the 34th District, should I earn the right to represent us in the House of Delegates.”
The Fairfax County Republican Canvass is will take place from 10am – 2pm on Saturday, November 15th at the Colvin Run Elementary School at 1400 Trap Road in Vienna, VA.
PAID FOR BY AL JOHNSON FOR DELEGATE