Sport Former NFL player turned Chesapeake city councilman Don Carey declares bid for Virginia House of Delegates

12:41  06 december  2022
12:41  06 december  2022 Source:   pilotonline.com

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Chesapeake city councilman and former NFL safety Don Carey has declared a run for the Virginia House of Delegates.

He’ll be running as a Republican next year in pursuit of a seat in the newly redrawn District 89, which will cover parts of Chesapeake and Suffolk. He was first elected to City Council in 2020.

His priorities include ensuring a first-class education for children, protecting religious freedoms, protecting the unborn and investing in much-needed infrastructure, according to a news release.

“I am committed to making Virginia an exceptional place to live and work for all families,” he said in the release. “Extreme policies from the far left are hurting our children and threatening our communities. I will lead in a way that unites Virginians, protects our families, and gets the economy back on track.”

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The Norfolk native had a 10-year career in the NFL, playing two seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars and eight with the Detroit Lions. He founded the Don Carey REECH Foundation, a nonprofit that provides youth football camps and focuses on supporting children’s participation in STEM and arts fields.

Carey is also the eastern region representative for the State Board of Social Services, and also serves on the Hampton Roads Transportation Commission, the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Crisis Pregnancy Center of Tidewater.

A Booker T. Washington High School grad, Carey earned a bachelor of science from Norfolk State University in 2010.

Natalie Anderson, 757-732-1133, natalie.anderson@virginiamedia.com

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