Hugo endorses Sang Yi for Delegate




Republican Candidate Sang Yi who is set to challenge David “my mom is Sharon” Bulova in the 37th Delegate District got a nice boost with the endorsement of Majority Caucus Chairman Delegate Timothy Hugo. This endorsement is huge, but a united party and hard work will be what beats Bulova.

Here is the press release from Yi’s campaign:

FAIRFAX, VA – Today, Delegate Tim Hugo, who represents Virginia’s 40th House District, announced his endorsement of Sang Yi, candidate for the 37th House District, which encompasses all of the City of Fairfax, and some portions of Fairfax County, including parts of Centreville. Delegate Hugo has served in the Virginia House of Delegates since 2003 and currently serves as the Majority Caucus Chairman in the House of Delegates. Delegate Hugo also serves on the Commerce and Labor, Finance, Privileges and Elections, and Transportation committees.

“Having known Sang Yi for several years I’m pleased to endorse my friend for the 37th District in the House of Delegates.  I know Sang to have an exceptional work ethic, and am confident he will work hard to represent the residents of the 37th,” said Hugo.  “He is a dedicated family man who is genuine about public service.  As the Majority Caucus Chairman and Delegate who represents a neighboring district, I’m excited with hopes to have Sang be a tremendous Northern Virginian partner in Richmond focused on issues that improve quality of life for the families in our communities.”       

Announcing Delegate Hugo’s support, Sang Yi said, “I am honored to have Delegate Tim Hugo’s support.  Like Delegate Hugo, I hope to bring my experience in public service and a commonsense voice to Richmond. He has fought for the issues that matter most to Northern Virginians, including eliminating wasteful spending and ensuring transportation funds are wisely allocated. I look forward to working with to focus on smart policies that matter our neighbors, family and friends.”

This endorsement follows the Sang Yi for Delegate campaign kick off about two weeks ago, where Chairman Emeritus of the Republican State Leadership Committee, Ed Gillespie, and Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, John Whitbeck, also announced their endorsements of Sang Yi. At the campaign launch Gillespie said, “We need someone with Sang’s experience, his life experience, his experience on Capitol Hill, his experience as a naval reserve officer and in the community. That will serve us very well in Richmond and he will be a strong and effective voice.” The kick off event drew a crowd of almost 150 supporters indicating a strong enthusiasm behind Yi’s campaign.