Joined by almost 300 Virginians, Harold Pyon Launches Campaign for House of Delegates in District 40

Launch highlights Pyon’s record of service and optimism for the future of Virginia

For Immediate Release: May 24, 2021


CLIFTON, VA—Last Thursday, Harold Pyon officially launched his 2021 campaign for House of Delegates in Virginia’s 40th District. Pyon, a South Korean immigrant, United States Army veteran, and retired United States Patent and Trademark Office employee from Clifton, is running on his record of service to our community, Commonwealth, and nation.

“In these wild and hyper-partisan times, there is so much more that brings us together than there is that separates us. The voters of District 40 are tired of Richmond politicians determining what their elected representative says, does, and supports,” said Harold Pyon. “I’m prepared to go to the General Assembly standing up for what matters most to our community. I will fight for our children to have their seat back in the classroom, I will support our brave men and women in public safety who protect our families every day, and I will work tirelessly to restore the promise of the American dream to Virginians everywhere who have been hurt by burdensome regulations.”

“Harold Pyon is a product of the American Dream and wants the same opportunities he had for his daughter Ashley and all of our sons and daughters and their kids. He has a long record of service to our community, Commonwealth and our nation,” said Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity. “He has a servant’s heart and a clear understanding of the issues that every day Virginians face. He will be a strong voice for our community in the General Assembly.”

“Taking back the House of Delegates is one of our top priorities for 2021,” said Republican nominee for Governor Glenn Youngkin. “We need hard chargers like Harold to help us lead Virginia to a new day. The same old just isn’t going to cut it. Virginians have been forced to close their businesses and move to other states due to the failures of the McAuliffe-Northam Administrations. It’s time we make a change; Harold Pyon will be the positive force we need to fight for it.”

Pyon’s launch event highlighted his can-do, servant leadership focused, won’t back down campaign. Speaking at the event were Republican nominee for Governor Glenn Youngkin, Pyon’s Campaign Chair and former Congressman Tom Davis, Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity, Fairfax City Councilman Sang Yi, and former Delegate Tim Hugo. Pyon was joined at the event by his wife, June, daughter, Ashley, and father, Ben.

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