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I’ll B, Crockett-Stark seeks third term

WYTHEVILLE — Sixth District Delegate Anne B. Crockett-Stark (R-Wythe) has announced her intention to seek another term with the Virginia House of Delegates.
Crockett-Stark made the announcement at the Wythe County Republican Party monthly meeting. Present for the announcement was Sen. Ken Cuccinelli, a candidate for Virginia Attorney General.
Cuccinelli said Crockett-Stark is not only famous for her love of the color purple and her “bee” pins, but she also is considered a hard-working legislator at the state capitol.
Crockett-Stark pointed out her accomplishments as a delegate. She noted efforts she co-patroned for unemployed workers, education funding and capital outlay in higher education, which she said is expected to bring 3,400 jobs to Virginia and increase infrastructure to continually educate a workforce for the future.
“Our nation and our great Commonwealth are certainly having tough economic challenges, but I believe Virginia has worked hard this session to meet our needs and will face the new challenges as they come,” she said.
Crockett-Stark is planning to hold “campaign kick-off” events in each of the five counties she represents. More information on these events will be available in the coming weeks.
Crockett-Stark was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 2005. She represents all of Bland and parts of Giles, Pulaski, Tazewell and Wythe counties.

I’ll B, Crockett-Stark seeks third term

WYTHEVILLE — Sixth District Delegate Anne B. Crockett-Stark (R-Wythe) has announced her intention to seek another term with the Virginia House of Delegates.
Crockett-Stark made the announcement at the Wythe County Republican Party monthly meeting. Present for the announcement was Sen. Ken Cuccinelli, a candidate for Virginia Attorney General.
Cuccinelli said Crockett-Stark is not only famous for her love of the color purple and her “bee” pins, but she also is considered a hard-working legislator at the state capitol.
Crockett-Stark pointed out her accomplishments as a delegate. She noted efforts she co-patroned for unemployed workers, education funding and capital outlay in higher education, which she said is expected to bring 3,400 jobs to Virginia and increase infrastructure to continually educate a workforce for the future.
“Our nation and our great Commonwealth are certainly having tough economic challenges, but I believe Virginia has worked hard this session to meet our needs and will face the new challenges as they come,” she said.
Crockett-Stark is planning to hold “campaign kick-off” events in each of the five counties she represents. More information on these events will be available in the coming weeks.
Crockett-Stark was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 2005. She represents all of Bland and parts of Giles, Pulaski, Tazewell and Wythe counties.