E.W. Jackson to Appear on Ballot for U.S. Senate

Republican for U.S. Senate collects sufficient number of signatures to appear on primary ballot.

Richmond, VA – The Republican Party of Virginia (RPV) announced today that U.S. Senate Candidate E.W. Jackson has successfully completed the “pre-check” process through RPV.

The Jackson campaign’s signatures were reviewed by the RPV, and he obtained more than enough to meet the 10,000 statewide and 400 per Congressional District requirements to appear on the ballot per Virginia law.

“Once again, the voters of the Commonwealth have shown their commitment to grassroots leadership,” said Jackson. “They have been superb in collecting the signatures needed to put me on the ballot as the next step to replacing Tim Kaine as Virginia’s next U.S. Senator. I will continue to demonstrate my gratitude by representing their concerns as a candidate and in the United States Senate.”

RPV Chairman John Whitbeck offered the following comment:

“I want to congratulate E.W. and his team for a great grassroots effort. Our candidates understand the importance of activism at the local level, and I am sure that will continue through the election.”