Rob Bell Unveils Endorsements in AG Race Rob Bell (R-Albemarle) unveiled a list of endorsements in the Attorney General race late Thursday night.  The list notably includes sitting Congressmen, Senators, Delegates, Sherriffs and others.

Dear Friend,

I’m excited that grassroots Republicans, elected officials, and law enforcement leaders have all endorsed my campaign for Attorney General!  They all want an Attorney General who will defend the Constitution and promote public safety.  I hope you will consider joining the team — you can click here to help!

We Endorse Rob Bell!

5th Congressional District

Congressman Robert Hurt

Albemarle County

Sheriff Chip Harding

Honorable Ken Boyd, Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Honorable Rodney Thomas, County Supervisor

Botetourt County

Delegate Christopher Head

Campbell County

Delegate Matt Fariss

Caroline County

Delegate Robert Orrock

Jeff Sili, Republican Committee Chair


Honorable Rick West, City Councilor

Chesterfield County

Delegate Roxann Robinson


Delegate Daniel Marshall III

Sandra Warren, Republican Committee Chair


Delegate David Albo

Delegate Thomas Rust

Honorable John Peterson, Director NOVA SWCD

Fauquier County

Honorable Jim Fisher, Commonwealth’s Attorney

Honorable Lee Sherbeyn, County Supervisor

Fluvanna County

Honorable Jeff Haislip, Commonwealth’s Attorney

Debbie Rittenhouse, Republican Committee Chair

Franklin County

Delegate Charles Poindexter

Grayson County

State Senator Bill Carrico

Greene County

Sheriff Steven Smith

Gary Lowe, Republican Committee Chair

Halifax County

Delegate James Edmunds

Hanover County

Delegate Christopher Peace

Honorable Trip Chalkley, Commonwealth’s Attorney

Sheriff Dave Hines

Honorable Wayne Hazzard, County Supervisor

Henrico County

Delegate John O’Bannon

Former Delegate Bill Janis

Sheriff Mike Wade

Isle of Wight County

Delegate Rick Morris

Bill Coburn, Republican Committee Chair

Lexington/Rockbridge County/Buena Vista

Cher McCoy, Republican Committee Chair

Loudoun County

Delegate Tag Greason

Delegate Joe May

Delegate David Ramadan

Louisa County

State Senator Tom Garrett

Lunenburg County

Delegate Thomas Wright Jr.


Madison County

Delegate Edward Scott

Honorable George Webb, Commonwealth’s Attorney

William Harvill, Republican Committee Chair

Manassas City

Steven Thomas, Republican Committee Chair

Newport News

Delegate David Yancey

Hazel Call, Hampton Roads Republican Women Chair

Orange County

Doug Rogers, Republican Committee Chair

Honorable Diana Wheeler, Commonwealth’s Attorney


Debra Mallory, 1st Vice Chair Tri-City Republican Women

Pittsylvania County

Delegate Donald Merricks


Delegate Gordon Helsel, Jr.

Paul Keddell, Republican Committee Chair

Powhatan County

Delegate Lee Ware Jr.

Prince George County

Barbara Tabb, Republican Committee Chair

Prince William County

Delegate Richard Anderson

Delegate Jackson Miller


Jerilynn Grigsby, Tuckahoe Republican Women Chair

Scott County

Delegate Terry Kilgore

Spotsylvania County

Delegate Mark Cole

Stafford County

Delegate Mark Dudenhefer

Delegate William Howell, Speaker, House of Delegates

Tazewell County

Delegate James W. Morefield

Virginia Beach

Delegate Salvatore Iaquinto

Delegate Barry Knight

Delegate Harry Purkey

Delegate Christopher Stolle

Delegate Ronald Villanueva

Washington County

Delegate Israel O’Quinn

Westmoreland County

Delegate Margaret Ransone

We Need You Too!
Again, I hope you will consider joining the campaign!  Together, we can carry on the fight for Constitutionally limited government, public safety, and important issues like photo ID for voters.  Click here to help.

Rob Bell
Delegate, 58th District

PS: If you are attending the Republican Advance in Virginia Beach this weekend, I hope you will stop by my “Liberty Bell Hospitality Suite” (Suite #526 in the Cavalier Hotel).  We open at 9:00 p.m. on Friday night!  And we’ll have s’mores!


8 thoughts on “Rob Bell Unveils Endorsements in AG Race

    1. I wouldn’t be surprised if Howell did it just to sabotage him. Much like how Obenshain turned on former RPV grassroots elected Jeff Frederick when party leadership told him to. Haven’t we learned anything from Tampa?

  1. I’m in for Bell all the way. He and his family are straight shooters and he’s been especially good to my family in regards to my family’s fallen soldier.The measure of the man is indeed great….and he’s the real deal.

  2. Obenshain has a history of stomping out the grassroots. No one remembers him leading the charge and taking orders from party leadership to get rid of Jeff Frederick after he was elected by the grassroots easily?

  3. When are people going to move on from the Jeff Frederick incident? It’s been over 3 years, for goodness sakes.

  4. I am still scratching my head at the use of Jeff Frederick’s sole reason for opposing Obenshain.

    Let’s fast forward from 2009 to 2011, when Jeff ran for State Senate against Toddy. I’m glad he ran; he would have been an excellent member. Guess which of the ’13 Attorney General candidates gave him money? Mark Obenshain. Don’t see Delegate Bell on the VPAP rolls.

    If Obenshain so wishes ‘to stomp’ out the grassroots, then why did he give to a grassroots leader like Jeff? And why didn’t Bell give any? He’s got very large coffers.

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