Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin held an election night party in Virginia Tuesday after being projected to win the race against Democrat candidate and former state governor, Terry McAuliffe.
The governor began the speech thanking his family, friends, and various other supporters of his campaign, joking with them that soon the “breakfast will be served shortly.”
Youngkin then discussed his planned policy proposals, including his promises to cut taxes, improve the economy, promote school choice in the public school system, protect law enforcement, and his mission to make Virginia the state “where everybody wants to live, not leave.”
“We will not be a commonwealth of low expectations, we will be a commonwealth of high expectations,” Youngkin declared to an energetic crowd full of applause. Read more…