Lynchburg, VA - Today, Delegate Ben Cline of the Virginia General Assembly publicly endorsed Tim Griffin for Lynchburg Commonwealth's Attorney.
Delegate Cline has represented the 24th Legislative District in the Virginia House of Delegates, which includes counties surrounding Lynchburg including portions of Amherst. He has been in the General Assembly for 8 consecutive terms.
In addition to his duties serving voters and running his own law practice, Delegate Cline also serves as a part-time assistant prosecutor in Appomattox County.
On Wednesday, Cline expressed his support for Griffin by saying:
"I am proud to endorse Tim Griffin for the position of Commonwealth’s Attorney in the City of Lynchburg. I have seen up close the dedication and leadership that it takes to effectively prosecute and make tough choices in the Commonwealth's Attorney's Office. I know Tim and can attest to his passion for justice, work ethic and love for Lynchburg. Tim is the best choice for Lynchburg."
Griffin is currently the only candidate to formally announce his intention to run. His website may be seen at www.GriffinForLynchburg.com.