First elected in November of 2019, Delegate Wendell Walker currently represents the 23rd District in the Virginia House of Delegates. Since redistricting, Wendell is running for re-election in Virginia’s 52nd House District, which covers the entirety of the City of Lynchburg and a portion of Campbell County.
Wendell has been a consistent voice for the taxpayers, fighting for fiscal responsibility, limited government, and protecting our shared Virginia values. He understands the challenges that currently face our community and has been committed to finding solutions to enhance the quality of life in Central Virginia.
I believe that Central Virginia is strongest when we uphold our shared values of hard work, personal responsibility, and limited government. These values are the bedrock of our society, and they guide me in every decision I make on your behalf in the House of Delegates.
In Richmond, I have tirelessly fought for lower taxes, limited government, and a business-friendly environment that allows our local economy to thrive. Most importantly, I am committed to being accessible and accountable to the people of this district. I believe that public service is a sacred trust, and I take that trust very seriously. Whether you have a concern or a suggestion, I want to hear from you. I will always be available to listen and work with you to find solutions to the challenges facing our community.
Thank you for the honor of serving as your representative in the General Assembly. I am committed to providing the strong, common-sense leadership that our district deserves, and I look forward to working with you to make our community an even better place to live, work, and raise a family.
Support our law enforcement at all levels and keep our communities safe
Empower students and parents by expanding educational opportunities
Defend taxpayers and continue fighting for tax relief
Unleash our economy by promoting new business opportunities and cutting red tape
Strengthen Virginia’s workforce and expand career pathways
Protect the unborn, our Constitutional rights, and our shared values