Pyon Announces Endorsement of Former Governor Bob McDonnell

Clifton, Virginia - Today, Harold Pyon announced the endorsement of former Governor Bob McDonnell.

McDonnell's endorsement reads: “I have known and worked with Harold for a long time and am excited to have the honor of endorsing him for Virginia’s 40th District Delegate representative. I know Harold is up to the task. Harold played an instrumental role as a board member on my Commission on Economic Development & Job Creation and I look forward to seeing that type of leadership again when he is elected to the House of Delegates. Harold is a doer with the heart of a servant, and he will work tirelessly for his constituents.”


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

Governor Bob McDonnell: Bob served 21 years in the U.S. Army, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1997. Upon graduating from law school in 1989, he served as a Virginia Beach prosecutor. McDonnell was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 1991 and served 14 years representing Virginia Beach. He was elected as the 44th Attorney General of Virginia in 2005. In 2010 he was elected the 71st Governor of Virginia where he was able to enact new incentives for job-creating businesses, significant education reform, and major new transportation infrastructure investment.