A Rare Honor

John was awarded a certificate in honor of his service to the Rappahannock Board of Supervisors on Monday. He put his heart and soul into working for the people of Rappahonnock County, and this award serves as a wonderful and heartening bookend as he moves full steam ahead into his campaign to represent Virginia’s 5th District in Congress. We’re so proud of John here at the Lesinski Campaign, and we hope you are, too!

Serving the people of Rappahannock County was one of the great joys of John’s life. In his four years on the Board of Supervisors, he served on both the Building and Broadband committees, targeting and helping to fix problems in his county’s infrastructure. He made people’s lives better, and you can’t ask for more than that.

Last summer, however, he decided it was time for a new challenge. We have serious needs in our state and our nation. The President and his administration have created a never-ending universe of chaos in our federal government that has made America less safe. This is not sustainable.

Make no mistake: we’re in a time of “all hands on deck,” and everyone with experience, talent and skills needs to step up and bring them to bear for the benefit of our communities, and our country.

That’s where John come in. Public service is in his DNA. He joined the military at age 22, and stayed in the Marines until my late 40s. He’s been an elected official – first on the School Board, than on the Board of Supervisors – ever since.

We need someone representing us in Congress who will fight for us: for our environment, for our healthcare, for jobs, and for infrastructure. Someone who will stand up for us and not be pushed around. Someone who will look at the chaos and corruption and draw a line in the sand and say “no further.” John has been that person his whole career, and it would be his honor to be that person for you in Congress.

You’re the heart of this movement. Thanks for all you do,

Dave Wagner,
Campaign Manager