StatementKnaggs Campaign Stays Engaged During Coronavirus Outbreak

April 6, 20202

Glen Allen, VA–  Andrew Knaggs, Republican candidate in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District, joined The One America News Network to discuss the changing times during the Coronavirus outbreak.

Knaggs discussed the 7th district convention, which now has a date that is “To Be Determined.”

“I do believe that our responsibility… is to make sure that not only are the delegates voices heard, but that we are also able to keep those delegates safe,” said Knaggs of the situation.

Knaggs also explained how his campaign is adjusting to the evolving circumstances.

“We are doing things very differently. We are going to more online engagement, for example earlier today we held our first Zoom conference call, we have held multiple Facebook Live events,” said Knaggs.

Of President Trump, Knaggs discussed the critical decisions that the President has made.

“I would personally like to applaud President Trump for his decisive leadership,” said Knaggs. “From as far back as January 31st, when he made the decision to cut off travel from mainland China, back when the Democrats were not only vilifying and mocking him for supposed racism, but were also trying to impeach him.”

Tyler Spencer


  • Gail Trice

    April 7, 2020 at 12:47 am

    I strongly encourage the 7th district to vote Andrew Knaggs as our Republican Representative. He has what it takes to be a great leader.


  • Larry Agee

    April 27, 2020 at 5:50 pm

    I like what he stands for and his core values I think he has a good chance in defeating Spanberger for US Representative for the 7th district of Virginia


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