FORMER CONGRESSMEN RICK BOUCHER AND JIM MORAN ENDORSE ATTORNEY GENERAL MARK HERRING FOR RE-ELECTION

“We need someone in the Office of the Attorney General who knows how to navigate our justice system and keep Virginians safe. I proudly endorse Mark Herring for a third term,” said Rep. Moran

LEESBURG, Va. – This morning, Former Congressmen Rick Boucher (D-Va.) and Jim Moran (D-Va.) announced their endorsement of Attorney General Mark R. Herring in his re-election bid.

Whether it was holding pharmaceutical companies accountable, securing our elections, or ensuring quality education access, Attorney General Herring has never wavered in his commitment to protecting Virginians,” said Rep. Boucher. “As we transition out of a deadly pandemic that has claimed the lives of so many of our neighbors, we need experienced, steady leadership in the Attorney General’s office. Mark Herring is the only choice.”

“Over the past eight years, Mark Herring’s resolute and balanced leadership has completely transformed the Office of the Attorney General, showing Virginians that he’ll always be in their corner,” said Rep. Moran. “We need someone in the Office of the Attorney General who knows how to navigate our justice system and keep Virginians safe. I proudly endorse Mark Herring for a third term.”

“Congressman Boucher and Congressman Moran are two of the greatest legislators Virginia has ever seen. Our constituents in Virginia were lucky to have them in the House of Representatives,” said Attorney General Mark Herring. “They led on protecting our environment, fighting for women’s equity, and expanding healthcare to our most vulnerable communities. Most importantly, they were always accessible and accountable to their constituents. I’m proud to have their support for a third term.”

Former Congressman Rick Boucher served 14 terms in the House of Representatives, representing Virginia’s 9th Congressional District. He also served in the Virginia State Senate, representing the 39th Senate District. 

Former Congressman Jim Moran served 12 terms in the House of Representatives, representing Virginia’s 8th Congressional District. He also served as Mayor of Alexandria.