Clifton, Virginia- Today, Harold Pyon, Army veteran and candidate for the 40th District in the Virginia House of Delegates, announced he accepted the endorsement of American Veterans Vote.
“I am honored to have the support of American Veterans Vote and countless veterans in Prince William and Fairfax Counties,” said Harold Pyon “the opportunity to serve my country as a member of the US Army is part of my American dream. I pledge to remain a tireless advocate for Virginia veterans and fight for better healthcare, job training, and more education opportunities.”
“Harold Pyon is the clear choice for Veterans this November,” said Rebecca Brinker, veteran of the 40th District, “Veterans have fought to preserve and defend America and our way of life. They deserve an advocate in Richmond who will fight for them, not a delegate whose only focus is running for higher office.”
Harold Pyon: Harold Pyon was born in Korea and immigrated to the United States, settling in Virginia over five decades ago. After high school, Harold served in the United States Army as a Medic. Harold graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University through the G.I. Bill. You can find Harold’s complete biography by visiting https://www.haroldpyon.com/about.
American Veterans Vote: American Veterans Vote, Inc. is a Veteran-based Virginia 527 Political Action Committee dedicated to supporting campaigns and candidates who demonstrate their commitment to Veterans, our Constitution, and a strong national defense. They believe in change through civic engagement, continuous education, advocacy, and the ballot box.
Rebecca Brinker: Rebecca Brinker lives and raises her two children in Little Rocky Run in Fairfax County. Rebecca is a veteran of the US Army. She served as a military policewoman with deployments to Panama, Cuba, Bosnia, and Germany. Like Harold, she used her G.I. Bill to obtain a college degree.