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Jonathan McGrady, candidate for the 6th District House of Delegates, received a big boost from former Republican Carroll County Sheriff, Warren Manning, who has endorsed McGrady in his bid. Sheriff Manning served as Sheriff of Carroll County from 1995–2011.
Jonathan McGrady, candidate for the 6th District House of Delegates, received a big boost from former Republican Carroll County Sheriff, Warren Manning, who has endorsed McGrady in his bid. Sheriff Manning served as Sheriff of Carroll County from 1995–2011.
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Hillsville – Jonathan McGrady, candidate for the 6th District House of Delegates, received a big boost today from former Republican Carroll County Sheriff, Warren Manning. Sheriff Manning served as Sheriff of Carroll County from 1995 – 2011.


“I am proud to endorse Jonathan McGrady for the 6th District House of Delegates. I worked in law enforcement for 31 years, and the citizens of Carroll County gave me the honor of serving as Sheriff for 16 years,” wrote Manning. “During my time as Sheriff, Jonathan was appointed by the Governor to serve on the Criminal Justice Services Board for five years. While serving on this Board, Jonathan worked diligently to secure funding grants, which were a tremendous help to law enforcement in Carroll County.”


“I have known Jonathan most of his life, and I have found him to be an honest decent family man. I know he will stand up for Carroll County in Richmond and that we would have no better Delegate,” continued Manning.


“I am honored to have the support of Sheriff Manning. His personal endorsement shows the overwhelming bipartisan support my campaign has received,” said McGrady. “If elected to the House of Delegates, I pledge to serve the 6th District with the same commitment to public service that Sheriff Manning gave Carroll County for so many years.”


McGrady has compiled an impressive list of recommendations; including the Virginia Education Association, Virginia Farm Bureau, and the Virginia Professional Firefighter’s Association.


McGrady runs his family’s law business and tree farm. He lives on his family farm in Carroll County where he grew up with his wife Jennifer and three children. McGrady is a Cub Scout leader, Mason, Shriner and a former President of Twin County Regional Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of Hillsville Christian Church where he served as deacon for many years.


McGrady also received an “AQ” rating, the highest rating a new candidate for office can receive. McGrady received the rating based on a National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund Candidate Questionnaire that gauges a candidate’s support of gun rights and the 2nd amendment.


“As an avid sportsman and long-time holder of a conceal carry permit, the voters of the 6th District can count on me to stand up for gun rights and to protect the 2nd Amendment,” said McGrady. “I know that firearms are not only important to our way of life, but to our culture and our family names. My grandfather passed down his firearms to my father, who passed them down to me. One day, I hope that I can pass these family heirlooms down to my two sons. I won’t let Richmond politicians take away our guns. No if’s, and’s, or but’s”.


McGrady adds these high ratings to an already impressive list of recommendations; including the Virginia Education Association, Virginia Farm Bureau, and the Virginia Professional Firefighter’s Association.


McGrady runs his family’s law business and tree farm. He lives on his family farm in Carroll County where he grew up with his wife Jennifer and three children. McGrady is a Cub Scout leader, Shriner, Mason and a former President of Twin County Regional Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of Hillsville Christian Church where he served as deacon for many years.

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