Today, Sen. Jennifer McClellan’s gubernatorial campaign announced that it has raised more than $1.17 million across all entities during 2020, buoyed by growing grassroots support.
Virginia stands at a critical moment in its history.
As Virginia recovers from a pandemic and confronts racial inequity, we need an experienced, compassionate leader with a vision for a brighter future.
Senator Jennifer McClellan knows how to get the job done. She has a record of results as a Virginia community leader solving problems and delivering progressive change for over 14 years as a legislator.
As the Commonwealth recovers from crisis, Jenn is running for Governor to build a brighter future for Virginia families.
As Governor, Jenn will build a strong economy that doesn’t leave anyone behind. She will ensure public schools deliver on the promise made in Virginia’s constitution to provide high quality education to all children. She will fight for a health care system that everyone can access affordably.
As Governor, Jenn will be an inclusive leader, driving progress in all communities across the Commonwealth. Jenn will lead Virginia forward to address critical challenges today and into the future.
2019 National Teacher of the Year
Equality Advocate, Chesterfield
Senator Ghazala Hashmi
The Honorable Daun Sessoms Hester
City Treasurer & Former Delegate, Norfolk
Education Advocate, Former Assistant Secretary for Education, Alexandria
Delegate Kathy Tran
Virginia House of Delegates
Today, Sen. Jennifer McClellan (D-Richmond), released the following statement on former Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s decision to enter the primary campaign: “Virginia families face serious and unprecedented challenges: parents and teachers
Sen. McClellan Now Has 75 Endorsements from Across Virginia RICHMOND – Today, Senator Jennifer McClellan announced 30 new endorsements for her gubernatorial campaign from Virginia leaders, including former cabinet officials, local elected officials, community
Today, Sen. Jennifer McClellan issued the following statement regarding the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission’s study on marijuana legalization. Sen. McClellan was the Senate patron of SJ67, which required