Another victory for Loudoun students and parents.
Glenn Youngkin and Winsome Sears weren’t the only two big winners in Virginia on Tuesday. Republican Jason Miyares, a former prosecutor and political newcomer, was elected attorney general, unseating Democrat Mark Herring.
Miyares held his first press conference today to discuss the transition, giving the press the opportunity to quiz him on an array of legal matters. One reporter asked him, “Do you plan to investigate Loudoun County Public Schools and the recent sexual assaults that have happened there?” Miyares gave a direct answer: “Yes.”
Here is the full press conference. Please note that the man standing to Miyares’ left is Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman, a fellow Republican.
Jason Miyares will be sworn in as Virginia’s new attorney general on January 15, 2022.
Watch this space.
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