Virginia’s Attorney General-Elect Sets Sights on Loudoun County, Parent Rights

On Jan. 15, 2022, the first Hispanic to hold statewide office in Virginia will take his oath of office.

Attorney General-elect Jason Miyares has an ambitious agenda that includes investigating Loudoun County schools and re-asserting parents’ rights in Virginia.

He told CBN News that parents helped to make the difference in Virginia, where Miyares was part of a GOP sweep that included Republican Glenn Youngkin beating Democrat Terry McAuliffe for governor and Winsome Sears defeating Haya Ayala for the lieutenant governor’s office.

“This election in Virginia was a lot of parents pushing back on a far-left liberal monopoly, saying ‘Hey, enough is enough. We need some kind of check and balance,'” he told CBN News.

Miyares says education and parents’ rights will be among his top priorities in his early days in office.

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Source: CBN