Friday, June 12, 2009

Jim LeMunyon Receives NVTC TechPAC Endorsement!

This week 67th District Candidate Jim LeMunyon picked up a VERY impressive endorsement from the Northern Virginia Tech Council! It looks as though LeMunyon is gaining tremendous momentum and "No Show" Caputo is in for a very tough race....

Below is LeMunyon's Press Release...

Immediate Release
June 10, 2009

Contact: Tim Edson (703) 357-6735

LeMunyon Receives Endorsement of Northern Virginia's Technology Council's TechPAC

Chantilly, VA - The Northern Virginia Technology Council's TechPAC today endorsed Jim LeMunyon for election to the House of Delegates in the 67th District.

"I appreciate the TechPAC's endorsement, and the boost it gives to our campaign," said LeMunyon. "Northern Virginia's vibrant technology industry is a prime source of employment in our region, which is a key technology center in the United States. While some believe the government should target specific industries, technologies, or companies, I am an advocate for public policies that aim to target the process of innovation in which existing companies can expand and create jobs, and in which new companies can form and grow."

Jim LeMunyon is himself a technology company entrepreneur, and has contributed to the formation of several companies, including Sterling Semiconductor, which is now a unit of Dow Corning Corporation. (See

LeMunyon has also served in government as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and as Chief-of-Staff to a member of Congress in the early and mid-1980s. During that time, he coordinated a Republican Task Force in the House of Representatives that created the first "tech policy" agenda and was successful in securing bipartisan support to enact several laws to promote innovation.

Virginia's 67th Legislative District includes Chantilly, and portions of Fairfax, Oakton, Centreville, Oak Hill, and South Riding.

More information about the campaign can be found at

More information about the Northern Virginia Technology Council and TechPAC may be found at

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