Stuart, VA – On Monday, a story broken by the Cardinal News revealed that Delegate Marie March had triggered a special prosecutor to investigate Pulaski County Administrator Jonathan Sweet. March alleged that Mr. Sweet was part of a criminal conspiracy to victimize her.
On November 15th, the special prosecutor reported that he “cannot find the existence of any conspiracy, or even a hint of one that could be proven.” He added that “the fact that the County Administrator properly, and politely, notified Ms. March of her need for a business license…is certainly not illegal and could in no way be viewed as a way to injure her reputation, business, etc.”
The following statement can be attributed to Del. Wren Williams:
“The fact that Delegate March used the influence of her office to target an innocent constituent for prosecution is deeply disturbing,” said Williams. “This was a clear act of retaliation against a guy who was just trying to do his job.”
“Unfortunately, Delegate March has a track-record of calling on the justice system to jail people who cross her – even her own constituents. This behavior is what we expect from corrupt DC Democrats. It’s not how our justice system is supposed to work.”
“People are tired of the drama and spiteful attacks from Marie March. I will keep working to push conservative legislation and deliver results for our community.”
Wren Williams is currently 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 new 47th House District. Prior to his election as delegate, Williams served as chairman of the Patrick County Republican Committee (PCRC), where he flipped the board of supervisors and school board to Republican control, earning the Republican Party of Virginia’s “Unit of the Year” award. During the 2020 election, Wren traveled the country to help the Republican National Committee (RNC) and President Trump fight for election integrity in the courtroom in Wisconsin. In 2021, Williams made headlines when he challenged and defeated a 14-year incumbent by 26 points in the Republican Primary. Outside of politics, Wren lives in Stuart, VA with his wife, Britt, where they own and operate Schneider & Williams Law Firm.