Delegate Rip Sullivan:

A Champion for Virginia Families

A Life of Service to Northern Virginia

Richard “Rip” Sullivan, Jr. and his wife, Beth, were both raised and attended public schools in Northern Virginia. Before being elected to the House of Delegates in 2014, Rip served our region on numerous boards and commissions, which are listed here, providing him with extensive experience in a number of key policy areas that have directly translated to his work for the 48th District.

Priorities

Richard “Rip” Sullivan, Jr. and his wife, Beth, were both raised and attended public schools in Northern Virginia. Before being elected to the House of Delegates in 2014. Richard “Rip” Sullivan, Jr. and his wife, Beth, were both raised and attended public schools in Northern Virginia. Before being elected to the House of Delegates in 2014.

Protecting our environment

I was proud to Patron and lead the fight to pass the historic Virginia Clean Economy Act, which made Virginia the first southern state to chart a course to reduce carbon emissions to zero. I have helped lead Virginia’s dramatic strides in wind, solar, and energy efficiency, transforming Virginia from a laggard to a leader in the effort to address climate change.

Lowering the costs of health care

One of the votes of which I am most proud was to expand Medicaid in Virginia. Quite simply it is saving lives and giving more Virginians the opportunity to have quality affordable healthcare.

Ending the scourge of gun violence

As a parent with children who attended our public schools and a son who attended Virginia Tech, this is an issue particularly important to me. I introduced and passed Virginia’s “Red Flag Law,” which gives law enforcement the tools they need to remove firearms from someone deemed by a judge to be a serious risk to himself or others.

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Rip Sullivan for Delegate
P.O. Box 50753
Arlington, VA 22205

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