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The Republican State Leadership Committee PAC (RSLC PAC) says they are investing an additional $100,000 in the Republican lieutenant governor nominee, Winsome Sears. This will bring the committee’s total spending in the lieutenant governor’s race to more than $250,000, they say.

“With gas prices at a seven-year high and the murder rate skyrocketing in the commonwealth, Virginia families cannot afford to take a chance on Hala Ayala and her record of backing down to preserve her political career at the expense of the people she is supposed to serve,” said RSLC President Dee Duncan.“Winsome Sears is the strong leader Richmond needs right now and the RSLC PAC is proud to support her mission to make Virginia safe and prosperous once again as lieutenant governor.”

The lieutenant governor in Virginia presides over the state Senate and casts tie-breaking votes when necessary. The chamber is currently divided with Democrats holding a 21-19 majority until at least 2023 when the chamber’s 40 seats are up for reelection again.

RSLC also released an ad promoting Sears on Thursday.

NARRATOR: “These days, we need a strong leader who runs into the fight. That was Winsome Sears when she joined the Marines and built a business. Politician Hala Ayala? She’s made a career out of backing down. Her caucus pushed to defund the police, she broke her promise and took $100 grand, and refused to speak out when Biden left Americans behind. Give Richmond a backbone. Vote Winsome Sears

Sears is running against two-term state Del. Hala Ayala.

Election day is Nov. 2.

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