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Virginia Victory plays a vital role in turning out Republican voters in the Commonwealth and remains critical to our success as a party. Virginia Victory provides state-wide field staff, supports and trains the grassroots on the ground that knock on doors, make phone calls, and send text messages. Victory also serves as a resource to provide data, digital, mail, and other critical resources to Republican candidates and their campaigns for the general election.

With the Democrats spending an unprecedented amount of money to control Virginia, we can’t afford to take this year for granted.


Justin Rice - State Director
Stephen Peter - Deputy State Director
Riley Mahoney - Deputy State Director
Mike Tiufekchiev - Data Director 

Regional Field Directors
Noah Allen (West)
Kade Gravitt (Piedmont)
Dave Warren (Piedmont)
Peter Knapp (Richmond)
Aaron Hall (NOVA)
Tim Madsen (Beltway)
Matt Cooley (Tidewater)
Field Organizers
Alec Harris (West)
James Dorsey (West)
Nick Bundren (SWVA)
Isiah Hicks (Richmond)
Jim Fox (Tidewater)

Gade for U.S. Senate Campaign

Dr. Daniel Gade is a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, professor, and public policy leader. During more than 20 years of military service, he was awarded the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, and two Purple Hearts. Daniel graduated from West Point in 1997 and served in multiple locations in the United States and Korea.

In 2004, his unit deployed to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom. He led his unit of 150 soldiers on many combat missions, was wounded by enemy fire twice, and was decorated for valor. His second combat wounding causes his entire right leg to be amputated, and he spent the next year in the hospital, enduring more than 40 surgeries.

His new, serious disability was life changing, but he decided to thrive. A year to the day after his injuries, he started his Master of Public Administration, and later went on to earn a PhD in public administration and policy. He served in President George W. Bush’s administration, working on veteran issues and military healthcare, and has since served on several national-level policy councils, including the National Council on Disability and the VA Advisory Committee on Disability Compensation.

He taught political science, economics, and leadership courses at the United States Military Academy (West Point) from 2011 until his retirement from the Army in 2017. He Served in the Trump Administration for 15 months, and is now a professor at American University in Washington, DC.

Richmond Office

9513 Hull Street Road, Richmond, VA 23236
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Liam Gray (
Northern VA Office
4465 Brookfield Corporate Drive, Suite 102, Chantilly, VA 20151
Valerie Wohlleben (
Shannon Evans (
Hampton Roads Office
4001 Virginia Beach Blvd. Suite 113, Virginia Beach, VA 23452
David Bartholomew (
Bodgan Puchkov (

Congressional Campaign Contacts
1st Congressional District 
Rob Wittman for Congress
P.O. Box 427, Alexandria, VA 22313
Nathan Pittman

Rob was first elected to serve the First Congressional District of Virginia in December 2007 and his top priority has always been the constituents of the First District. You can find Rob driving back and forth from Montross to DC when Congress is in session and traveling throughout the district to meet and listen to his constituents on how best to serve them.

Rob is committed to getting things done. From rebuilding our Navy to increasing access to broadband, to making sure our children have a 21st-century education, he is constantly working for the First District.”

2nd Congressional District 
Scott Taylor for Congress
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd, Virginia Beach, 23452
Regan Roberts

Scott Taylor was raised by his mother, a single parent, in a small town on the Eastern Shore. School, athletics, and early employment taught Taylor responsibility and strong work ethic — but most influential in building his character was his impactful mentorship from the Big Brothers, Big Sisters program. Through these positive influences, Taylor overcame the considerable odds against him to become a Navy SEAL. After 9/11, Taylor re-enlisted and deployed to Iraq where he sustained serious injuries on a combat mission during Operation Iraqi Freedom. When he returned stateside, he became a successful real estate developer, security consultant, and used the G.I. bill to receive his education. Taylor holds both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in International Relations from Harvard University.

Taylor again felt called to serve; he was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates (2013-16) and then to the U.S. Congress in 2016, defeating a 16-year incumbent. While in Congress, he was appointed to the House Appropriations committee and served on the Homeland Security, Military Construction/Veterans Affairs, and Legislative Branch subcommittees. In addition to securing important funding for the military and long overdue VA reform, he helped pass the Ashanti Alert Act, which was signed into law in 2018. Taylor has been looked to as a leader by his peers and the media for his domestic and foreign policy knowledge. He resides in Virginia Beach. Taylor is endorsed by President Donald J. Trump.

3rd Congressional District 

Collick for Congress
147 Kennet Dr, Suffolk, VA 23434
Latoya Haight

John W. Collick Jr. is a retired Marine First Sergeant and retired Counterterrorism Expert and Immigration Officer. He has a bachelor’s degree and a Master of Business Administration, along with over 35 years of Intelligence experience in Signals Intelligence, Human Intelligence, Imagery Intelligence, and All-Source Analysis and Reporting. After retiring from DHS, he was a small business owner for several years. He and his wife, Lisa, have been married for nearly 35 years, have four children, including a son with Downs Syndrome, and two grandchildren.

John’s goals, when elected, are to enact School Choice, to include homeschooling; Vocational Technical High Schools; Bring more jobs to Hampton Roads; Build a 21st Century Navy; and guarantee that individuals’ Constitutional Rights will be protected – particularly those that have recently been abridged, including the First and Second Amendments.
4th Congressional District 
Benjamin for Congress
7330 Staples Mill Rd Box 312, Richmond, VA 23228
Bobby Johnson

This journey as Father, Pastor, Mentor and Leader has taken me all the way to the White House as a presidential advisor and coalition builder―uniting many leaders and mentoring others― to implement economic recovery and community development projects that improve lives while simultaneously strengthening the Commonwealth. Built on the solid foundation of pragmatic, conservative values, (i.e., healthy families, smaller government, fiscal responsibility, lower taxes, supportive communities and strong, fair and competitive businesses), the core message of this campaign will necessarily focus on the consistent, positive aspects of Leon Benjamin’s strengths, emphasizing his authentic personality, character and normative roles as a qualified, FATHER, PASTOR, MENTOR and LEADER.

5th Congressional District 
Bob Good for Congress
P.O. Box 117, Lovingston, VA 22949
Nancy Smith

Bob Good is proud to be the Republican nominee for Virginia’s 5th Congressional District. In June, he won the nomination at the 5th District Republican convention with 58% of the vote. Bob worked in management at Citifinancial in it's lending division for 17 years and at Liberty University for 15 years where he was the chief fundraiser for the athletics program and Executive Director of the Flames Club. He served on the Board of Supervisors in Campbell County completing his term in 2019.  Bob is an evangelical Christian, a constitutional conservative and a strong supporter of President Trump. Throughout his life and career, he has always put his faith, his family, and his country first. His Christian, conservative principles guide him on a daily basis.  Bob has been married to Tracey for 32 years and they are the proud parents of Patrick, Sydney and Conner. 
Bob firmly believes the district he calls home needs a strong constitutional conservative who will unapologetically stand for our principles. He will be a Congressman who will enthusiastically support President Trump’s America First agenda and unashamedly fight for the Judeo-Christian values upon which our nation was founded. Bob fully supports President Trump’s economic policies of low taxes, deregulation, cheap plentiful energy, and fair trade. Bob also supports the President's priority of growing and protecting American jobs for American workers. As we have seen throughout our country in recent months, the restoration of law and order is essential to maintaining a civil society. Bob has a solid track record of support for law enforcement and is overwhelmingly supported and endorsed by law enforcement officers throughout the district. Besides providing greater funding, training, and tools for our law enforcement, Bob also believes that protecting and defending our Second Amendment right is crucial to our country's foundation and a necessary aspect of returning law and order to our land.
6th Congressional District 
Ben Cline for Congress
P.O. Box 1790, Harrisonburg, VA 22803
Tyler Adams

Ben Cline’s values were shaped growing up in the Shenandoah Valley. He received his B.A. degree from Bates College, and earned his law degree from the University of Richmond. Introduced by mutual friends while Ben was in law school, Ben and his wife Elizabeth married in 2007 and are raising their daughters in Botetourt County. Prior to his election to Congress, Ben served as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Harrisonburg City and Rockingham County before opening a private practice. In 2002, Ben was elected to represent the 24th House District in the Virginia General Assembly. While in the House, Ben made a name for himself by taking on the status quo in Richmond – never failing to champion common sense, conservative legislation that challenged the establishments of both the Republican and Democratic parties.

Upon his election in 2018 to the House of Representatives for the Sixth District of Virginia, Ben was placed on the House Judiciary and Education and Labor Committees. He hit the ground running and was the first freshman Republican to successfully pass legislation which was signed into law. During his time in Congress, Ben has gained a reputation for holding those in power accountable – even in his own party – and fighting to clean up bureaucratic waste and the political cronyism that grips our system. Concluding his first term, ratings from congressional observers and scorecard groups have shown that Ben has kept his campaign promises and continued his record of fiscal responsibility and adherence to the Constitution.
7th Congressional District 
Freitas for Congress
P.O. Box 113, Culpeper, VA 22701
Joe Desilets
8th Congressional District 
Jeff Jordan for Congress
P.O. Box 110, Arlington, VA 22207
Janette Reynolds

Jeff works in the Intelligence field for the Department of Defense as a
planner for CWMD’s. He cherishes his wife and two daughters. He is a
member of the Arlington community, and will work hard to keep his neighborhood and state safe. Jeff is dedicated to fight for the Republic, for Virginia, and for you.
9th Congressional District 
Griffith for Congress
P.O. Box 361, Christiansburg, VA 24068
Skye Riggleman

Morgan Griffith is a father, husband and former small town attorney serving his fourth term in the U.S. House of Representatives. Before being elected to Congress in 2010, Morgan served as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1994 to 2011, where he represented the City of Salem, portions of Roanoke County, and prior to 2002 represented portions of Montgomery County. In 2000, Morgan became the House Majority Leader, the first Republican in Virginia history to hold that position. Morgan is a strong conservative, fighting to keep taxes low, stop wasteful government spending and rollback burdensome, job-killing regulations.
In the House of Delegates, he sponsored and passed critical legislation to help make Virginians safer from violent crime and worked to make the Commonwealth a welcome environment for businesses and families. Since he was elected to Congress, Morgan has used his position on the House Energy and Commerce Committee to fight for jobs, standing up to President Obama’s reckless and out-of-control regulatory policies particularly Obama’s rogue Environmental Protection Agency. He has promoted policies that will create jobs and grow our economy. Throughout his life Morgan has fought to protect our Constitutional freedoms and liberty. He makes no apology for defending the 2nd Amendment or any other rights of the people recognized in the United States Constitution’s Bill of Rights.
Morgan is a graduate of Salem’s Andrew Lewis High School and an honors graduate of Emory and Henry College. After completing studies at the Washington and Lee University School of Law, Morgan returned to Southwest Virginia where he operated his own private law practice for over two decades. Morgan is married to Hilary Davis Griffith. Together they have three children, and make their home in Salem, VA.
10th Congressional District 
Andrews for Congress
P.O. Box 46, Catharpin, VA 20143
Tanner Hirschfeld

Aliscia Andrews is a Mom, Marine, and National Security Expert who resides in Loudoun County. In 2010, Aliscia deployed with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit for the maiden voyage of the USS Mesa Verde. After her deployment, Aliscia worked to provide analytical support to her installation when Osama Bin Laden was killed. After the Marine Corps, Aliscia completed her MBA and got her cybersecurity strategy certificate at Georgetown. She has worked as a contractor with the FBI, ODNI, and Customs and Border Protection, specializing in national security policy and strategy. On top of that, she’s volunteered on the Loudoun County Criminal Justice Board, PTOs, disadvantaged children’s groups, church ministries, youth sports leagues, and mentoring transitioning Veterans. Aliscia resides in Aldie, Virginia with her husband, two sons, and daughter.
11th Congressional District 
Manga for Congress
810 Walker Rd, Great Falls, VA 22066
Vittal Anantatmula

As a legal immigrant, I live the American Dream! My husband and I took a chance and moved to the United States to pursue our American Dream as my husband worked toward his doctorate degree. We gave up our affluent lifestyle and moved to United States, legally, with our young son. I supported the family while my husband pursued higher education. For several years, we lived below poverty level; during this period, I survived on one small meal a day so my son would be well-fed and decently dressed for school. I refused to take any government assistance even though the Fairfax County Public School offered free lunch to our son during his school days. My husband and I worked hard to pull ourselves up. We believe in individual responsibility, self-reliance, and hard work; and we taught these same values to our son who is now an Officer in the United States Navy.

My goals are to grow business, create jobs, keep taxes low, affordable healthcare, expand education, reduce student loan burdens, crack down on gangs and human traffickers. ALWAYS defend the Constitution.