Duane Adams Raises $110,000 in First Quarter of Campaigning

April 5, 2022

Establishes Himself as Clear Frontrunner in GOP Nomination for New District 10

Today, Republican Louisa County Board of Supervisor member and small business owner Duane Adams announced he has raised $110,000 in the first 90 days of campaigning. 

Adams said, “The support I’ve received from friends and family since I announced my intention to run for the State Senate is humbling and exciting.”

He continued, “Clearly Virginians are fed up with the way Democrats in D.C. and Richmond are trampling on parental rights, driving up the costs of everything we buy, and eroding our First and Second Amendment rights. I look forward to continuing to run for the people of this new 10th District.”

Under the maps finalized by the Supreme Court yesterday, the new State Senate District 10 covers portions of Louisa County as well as Amelia, Appomattox, Buckingham, Cumberland, Fluvanna, Goochland, Hanover, and Powhatan. 

To learn more about Duane’s campaign, visit his website at www.DuaneforVirginia.com.


Republican Duane Adams is a husband, father, and small business owner serving his community as a member of the Board of Supervisors in Louisa County. He is a former executive of a major insurance company with 41 years of industry experience. He owns a watersports and adventures company with his wife, Susan. He’s been the State President of the Future Farmers of America, Board of Directors of the Weston State Farmers Market, and Chairman of the 56th Legislative District Republican Committee.