John strongly believes in responsible gun safety reforms and will never put your children in jeopardy by allowing guns on school campuses.
John fully supports common sense gun laws like background checks on all gun purchases. With five children and three school-age grandchildren of his own, John knows firsthand how important it is for our children to get a quality education.
These are our neighbors, our colleagues, and our friends. He knows if more people get insurance, more people can get treatment and support.
If more people see a doctor, they will spend less time in the emergency room or hospital.
He later received an MBA and Master's of Organizational Development from George Washington University. John has always supported expanding access to healthcare.
That way, more people can get the care they need, including veterans and families who are working two or three jobs.
As the father of a son recovering from addiction, fighting the opioid epidemic is a personal priority for John.
He moved to Winchester in 1824, married, and had a son.
John understands that women are not always treated fairly.
John is determined to fight for a tougher equal pay for equal work law in Virginia.
As a veteran who has carried a gun in combat zones, John recognizes dangerous weapons aren't toys.
That's why John had the conviction to fight against a bill making it easier to buy bazookas, hand grenades and flamethrowers.