Press Release:

The Presidential Coalition Continues Push In Virginia

The Presidential Coalition, an affiliate of Citizens United, today announced that it will contribute another $18,000 to candidates across Virginia. To date The Presidential Coalition has made direct contributions totaling $96,250 in Virginia during the 2011 election cycle, with more to come.

“The Presidential Coalition has spent nearly $100,000 in Virginia this cycle because it is a very important state, not just in 2011, but in 2012 as well,” said David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United. “If Republicans capture the Virginia Senate, it will send a clear message to the White House. Virginia is key to a President Obama victory in 2012, and by winning these state races in 2011, the Obama campaign will have an even steeper mountain to climb going forward. Virginians have had it with the Obama economy and the liberal policies that got us here.”


State Senate

Dick Black (VA 13) – $2,500

Miller Baker (VA 39) – $2,500

Mickey Chohany (VA 1) – $2,500

Bryce Reeves (VA 17) – $2,500

Jill Holtzman Vogel (VA 27) – $1,000



Ron Villanueva (VA 21) – $1,000

Jim LeMunyon (VA 67) – $1,000



The Dominion Leadership Trust – $5,000