STUART, VA – Tonight, Delegate Wren Williams secured the Republican nomination over Delegate Marie March in one of the Commonwealth’s most closely watched incumbent vs. incumbent primaries. Delegate Williams will proceed to the general election, where he is heavily favored to secure victory.
“I am incredibly humbled by the overwhelming support our campaign received,” said Delegate Williams. “Our campaign focused on the issues and our proven record in Richmond. The voters see the results we are getting for Southside and Southwest Virginia and overwhelmingly support our vision. I look forward to returning to Richmond and continuing our fight for conservative results. I am incredibly proud of our campaign team, volunteers, and supporters who showed up, despite the weather and helped put us over the finish line.
“From day one, I have sought to represent all of the 47th District. From securing $1.5 million in funding for Floyd County to working to reopen the hospital in Patrick County, serving our district and getting results for our district have been my top priority. I am thankful Southside and Southwest Virginia put their confidence in us to continue delivering for our community.”
Wren Williams is the sitting delegate representing Virginia’s 9th House District, serving on the Committees on Public Safety, Privileges and Elections, and Courts of Justice. Since redistricting, Williams is running for re-election in Virginia’s newly-drawn 47th House District. Outside of politics, Wren lives with his wife, Britt, and son, Rhett, in Stuart, VA. Wren and Britt own and operate Schneider & Williams Law Firm.