Jennifer Wexton Joins Partisan Democrats Again With Vote to Impeach President Trump

Today combat veteran and Republican candidate for Virginia’s 10th Congressional district Jeff Dove, called out Jennifer Wexton for continuing her record of partisanship and officially voting to impeach President Trump:

“Today, Jennifer Wexton shattered her promise to Virginians to be independent when she took a defining party-line vote to impeach President Trump. Voters aren’t surprised that Wexton, who has voted with Nancy Pelosi and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’s agenda nearly 100% of the time, continues to put hatred for President Trump over getting results for Virginia families.” said Jeff Dove.

“After serving in the Army in Operation Iraqi Freedom, I have a firm belief in putting country first. Unlike Washington Democrats’ like Wexton who are only focused on carrying out their impeachment mission, when I get to Congress, my only mission will be serving Virginia families.”

Wexton’s vote for impeachment is a far cry from her previous campaign promise to be an “independent fighter for Virginia” and “Virginia’s independent voice”.

Since being elected to Congress in 2018, Wexton has voted with socialist Alexandira Ocasio Cortez 94 percent of the time. Wexton has also not been shy about calling for impeachment. Wexton was a leading voice against the President as one of the first freshmen Democrats to call for impeachment back in July.

Raised in a variety of suburban D.C. towns, Jeff Dove is a child of a single mother who, through hard work, faith and goodness in people, overcame obstacles to secure his future. Jeff joined the U.S. Army in 2004 and served in Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he worked as a 74D Chemical Operations Specialist, and was awarded the Combat Action Badge.

Coming home to Virginia, Jeff enrolled in Strayer University, where he made the Dean’s Honor Roll while working full time. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems. In addition to his Army service, Jeff has been employed by the Naval Research Lab Federal Credit Union, Capital One, and the National Association of City and County Health Officials.