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Mt. Vernon, VA, April 16, 2015 -- Paul Krizek, Democratic Candidate for the 44th District State Delegate, announced today that he raised $46,420 from 154 individual contributors in the first quarter; almost all live in the 44th district. Krizek raised more then any other first time Democratic candidate for Delegate in the state this quarter. He is running to succeed Delegate Scott Surovell (D-Mt. Vernon) who has endorsed the Krizek campaign as well.

"I'm thrilled with the outpouring of support I've received from the community," said Krizek.  "This campaign will determine who will be Mount Vernon's voice for years to come and it is important that we have someone who knows this district and is an engaged and active member of the community. 

The Krizek campaign has been endorsed by (full list on website) Delegates Scott Surovell, Mark Sickles, Alfonso Lopez and Patrick Hope; Senators Toddy Puller and Adam Ebbin; Mt. Vernon Supervisor Gerry Hyland, Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay; and Congressman Jim Moran.  The Krizek camp will be announcing more endorsements from individuals and organizations over the next few weeks. 

Paul Krizek is a proud native of Mount Vernon, where he’s lived for over 40 years. Paul served as Congressman Jim Moran's legislative aide for eight years, and for the past sixteen years, he has run and served as the General Counsel to Christian Relief Services Charities, Inc.  He served for more than a decade on the State Central Committee of the Democratic Party of Virginia and on the 8th Congressional District Democratic Committee. Paul Chaired the Mount Vernon Democratic Committee and the Fairfax County Democratic Committee. He has been an active volunteer on countless Democratic campaigns since 1988.  Paul, his wife, Tracey and their daughter Khloe, reside in the Hollin Hills Neighborhood in Mt. Vernon.



Thomas Bowman
Field Director
Krizek for Delegate