CHANTILLY, VA – With only 10 days until Election Day, John Guevara has captured yet another key endorsement. Today, the Guevara campaign announced the endorsement of the Sierra Club.
The Sierra Club endorsed Guevara saying, “Our endorsement decision is based on your proven commitment to the protection of the natural resources of Fairfax County, and we are confident that you will continue to safeguard the quality of our air and water, our lands and our climate. We will contact our Sierra Club members, urging their support of your election.”
“I want to thank the Sierra Club for endorsing me,” said Guevara. “In meeting with the Sierra Club’s members during the endorsement process, we all realized that many of our goals for the County align, such as our plans for smart growth, seeking innovative ways to encourage conservation of energy and reduce our power bills, and lower the cost of operating our County Government by finding innovative ways to be more energy efficient.”
Guevara went on to say, “What I find especially exciting about this endorsement is that diverse constituencies are coming together to support my campaign because they’re excited about my new ideas and practical solutions for the challenges confronting Fairfax County. Democrats, Independents, and Republicans are uniting together in support of my candidacy because we’re working towards a common goal; improving the quality of life for residents in Sully District and Fairfax County.”
John Guevara has a wide range of bi-partisan endorsements in the race for Sully District Supervisor. He’s been endorsed by the Fairfax Chamber of Commerce’s NOVABizPAC, the Virginia Police Benevolent Association, the Fairfax League of Conservation Voters, Former Latinos con McAuliffe Steering Committee Member Carlos Castro, Delegates Jim LeMunyon & Tim Hugo, Supervisors Pat Herrity & John Cook, and retiring incumbent Sully Supervisor Mike Frey who said, “John is the best fit to represent the Sully District.”
The Sierra Club’s decision to endorse Mr. Guevara was made following an extensive, in-person interview of both candidates seeking to represent Sully District on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.