Gary Pan Announces Candidacy for Virginia House of Delegates
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 12, 2021
Northern Virginia community and business leader Gary Pan has announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination to serve as the 34th District State Delegate, which under current district lines encompasses portions of Fairfax and Loudoun Counties, including Great Falls and portions of McLean, Vienna and Sterling.
Gary is running for House of Delegates to break liberal one-party control of Virginia’s government that has failed to serve the needs of Virginia families.
“I am excited to launch my campaign for delegate on the first day of the Chinese New Year,” said Pan. “This is the dawn of a new era of Virginia politics. Virginia needs a fresh start – and that begins with cleaning house in Richmond and electing new leaders to end one-party control that prioritizes partisan fights over common-sense solutions.”
A Northern Virginia resident for over 30 years, Gary Pan raised his family in Great Falls, where he has undertaken several key roles in community and civic organizations.
Gary has championed programs that foster entrepreneurship and youth development for over 25 years, serving on the boards of the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) and Junior Achievement of Greater Washington. As a Scoutmaster for over a dozen years, Gary has worked to instill moral character as an explementary leader and role model. As an executive board member of the Great Falls Citizens Association, Gary worked with local and state officials to represent the interests of his community. Recognized for his commitment to service before self, Gary is the recipient of the International Fellowship of Scouting Rotarians Award for Service, VolunteerFairfax 2017 Volunteer of the Year, Boy Scouts of America Silver Beaver, and the President’s Volunteer Service Awards.
“My priorities will always be getting Virginia back to work and school safely, expanding educational opportunity and rebuilding a healthy economy. Northern Virginia deserves better than partisan infighting and battles over ideological extremes - I want to get to work for everyone in our community and restore independent leadership in Richmond.”