AAPI Victory Fund Endorses Virginia’s Abigail Spanberger for Re-Election

by | Aug 11, 2022 | Uncategorized

WASHINGTON — Today, AAPI Victory Fund announced their latest endorsement for the upcoming midterm elections: Abigail Spanberger of Virginia’s 7th congressional district for re-election. Since 2018, Rep. Spanberger has championed bipartisanship in the halls of Congress and fought for Virginia’s families by lowering healthcare costs and creating jobs in her region. 

AAPI Victory Fund President and CEO Brad Jenkins issued the following statement:

“For the past four years, we have seen Rep. Spanberger champion critical policy issues facing Virginians, like access to healthcare and creating economic opportunities. Rep. Spanberger has not disappointed us with her commendable leadership abilities and passion for advocating for Virginia families. Rep. Spanberger’s track record of safeguarding America’s democracy and freedoms for women will carry us far in economic and social equity. We are excited to be endorsing Rep. Spanberger.”

Congresswoman Spanberger Statement on AAPI Victory Fund:

“I am honored to earn the support of the AAPI Victory Fund. I am working to make sure the AAPI community and all Virginians feel like their voices are heard in Congress. I am looking forward to working with the AAPI Victory Fund and winning reelection this fall!”

Chair of the Democratic Asian Americans of Virginia Praveen Meyyan issued the following statement:

“I am incredibly proud to see AAPI Victory Fund endorse Rep. Spanberger for re-election. Rep. Spanberger’s commendable track record of supporting Virginia families by creating jobs and growing Virginia’s economy is nothing short of exceptional. Rep. Spanberger puts her constituents first by helping to build an equitable community and economy. It exemplifies her tremendous ability to lead our region and our nation towards prosperity.” 


The AAPI Victory Fund is focused on mobilizing Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) eligible voters and moving them to the ballot box.