Duane Adams Has Raised Over $190,000 In The Race For The 10th Senate District

July 6, 2022


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Mineral, VA – July 5th, 2022 – Today, Chairman of the Louisa. County Board of Supervisors and small business owner, Duane Adams (R-Mineral), announced that he has raised over $190,000 in the race for the new 10th Senate District. Since his announcement, Chairman Adams has put up consistently high fundraising totals, despite the election not being held until November of 2023.

Duane Adams said “I’m honored by the outpouring of support that we are seeing in this campaign. The continued flow of generous contributions from our supporters, despite the record high inflation putting a strain on everyone, shows that people are fired up to take back the Senate next year. Democrat policies are hamstringing us from D.C. and Democrat obstructionists in Richmond are fighting tooth and nail to stop Governor Youngkin from delivering the relief families in the 10th District need. People are supporting us, because they know my record of fighting for tax cuts and deregulation are the exact path forward to get our economy back on track, not reckless spending.”

The impressive fundraising numbers come on the tail of a major legislative success for Chairman Adams, where he spearheaded the initiative to stop the Louisa Library Board from unilaterally erasing our history by stripping James Madison and Thomas Jefferson’s names off the regional library.

Under the new maps, the 10th Senate District covers portions of Louisa County as well as Amelia, Appomattox, Buckingham, Cumberland, Fluvanna, Goochland, Hanover, Powhatan, and Prince Edward County.

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.