New Pro-Choice Legislator Profile: Jeremy McPike, Senate District 29 

Meet new pro-choice Senator Jeremy McPike, District 29 (2)

Introducing Senator-Elect Jeremy McPike! When he is sworn in early next year, Jeremy McPike will serve the 29th district in the Virginia Senate and represent parts of Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park. McPike is a staunch pro-choice advocate who can be depended on to protect access to vital reproductive health care services for Virginia women – and we’re so excited to work with him as the newest pro-choice state Senator!

From his history, it’s clear that Jeremy McPike has a deep commitment to public service. For the past 15 years Jeremy has worked as the Director of General Services for the City of Alexandria, where he ensures that city projects come in on time and on budget. He also serves as a volunteer firefighter and EMT with the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department, and he even founded the Fire Department’s Foundation, where he leads charitable initiatives to help Virginians.

Senator-elect McPike also understands firsthand the importance of access to health care for Virginia women. He is the husband of a breast cancer survivor and father to three daughters, and he can be counted on to stand with VA women when it matters most. That’s why NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia PAC was proud to encourage our members, activists and pro-choice voters in the 29th District to support McPike’s candidacy, knocking over 3,500 doors, making 2,000 phone calls, and sending mail to 10,000 targeted voters to secure his hard-fought victory on November 3rd.

NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia is thrilled to welcome Jeremy McPike to the Virginia Senate. We look forward to working with him for many years to come!



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