WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today EMILY’s List endorsed Delegate Delores McQuinn for re-election to the Virgina General Assembly.
“Delegate Delores McQuinn is a local minister and community leader with a proven history as an advocate for women’s reproductive rights, equal pay for equal work, and economic development in the distressed areas of her community,” said EMILY’s List Senior Director of State and Local Campaigns Geri Prado. “EMILY’s List is excited to support Delegate McQuinn in her run for re-election.”
Delegate Delores McQuinn was first elected to represent the 70th district in the Virginia General Assembly in 2009. Before her time in the House of Delegates, McQuinn served on both the Richmond City School Board and the Richmond City Council. A lifelong resident of Richmond, McQuinn has been married for 35 years to her husband Jonathan McQuinn. They have two children and are the proud grandparents of a three-year-old girl, Storie.
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