Chris Holmes and Family

It’s About People, Not Politics.

“I’m running for office so that our great Commonwealth will once again lead the way to greater freedom and prosperity for every citizen. With a focus on public safety, closing the Covid gap in education, transparency in government, and confidence in our elections, we can once again be proud of the Virginia we all call home.”

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Meet Chris

Chris grew up in Richmond, the middle child of a single mother with 9 children. He graduated from John Marshall High School and Reynolds Community College with a degree in Desktop Programming. Chris is currently an Operations Infrastructure Manager for a Health Savings Account company. Chris is married to his wife Kim and they are the proud parents of two daughters, Cassidy and Madison. Kim is employed as a Special Education teacher by Henrico County Public Schools and their children currently attend public school in Henrico County.

In his campaign to be the next Delegate from the 72nd district, Chris has prioritized opening all schools, supporting law enforcement and being a voice for the families of violent crime and ensuring that elections in Virginia are free and fair. Additionally, it is important to Chris that there is a friendly climate for small business and entrepreneurship and that government at every level is transparent and accountable to the taxpayers of Virginia. If elected, Chris will strive to represent the interests of the diverse constituency throughout the district.


Who’s Supporting Chris

National Federation of Independent Businesses
Virginia Police Benevolent Association
American Veterans Vote
National Right to Work Committee
Family Foundation


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Following a service at Victory Tabernacle Church of God on Genito Road on Wednesday, April 6, a law enforcement procession will carry Henrico County Police Officer Trey M. Sutton to his final resting place. Chesterfield County motorists are urged to be aware of potential delays in the following areas between 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6:
• Hull Street Road from its intersection with Genito Road to the interchange with Route 288;
• Southbound Route 288 to Interstate 95 south
• Eastbound West Hundred Road (Route 10) from the Interstate 95 interchange to the Charles Hardaway Marks Bridge to Hopewell
Motorists are also encouraged to find alternate routes.
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Last week, one of our officers, Michael Dean, found himself in a parking lot with his back to a shooting that resulted in a man losing his life. Upon hearing the gunshot, Ofc. Dean opened his car door, exited, and immediately found himself face-to-face with the killer, who was still armed with a handgun. Officer Dean didn’t shoot the man - even though such an action would be justified. Instead, he courageously challenged the killer and took him into custody without incident. It was a moment of heroism amidst a tragedy that wasn’t widely covered by the mainstream media. Nevertheless, we shared this information with our community on this and other social media platforms and informed the community of this performance. You deserve to know when our people get it right…and more often than not, we do, despite it getting little attention.

This afternoon, I came into my office and noticed these beautiful flowers sent by our beloved colleague and partner - Dr. Zoe Spencer from Virginia State University. They were sent to Ofc. Dean’s attention.

Over the years, our department has worked closely with Dr. Spencer, Dr. McCall, and a number of other partners from VSU on an array of community issues and challenges. We cherish these relationships and we can’t thank Dr. Spencer enough for recognizing our staff in the face of heroism.
Dr. Spencer, we see you and we appreciate you so very much!!

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Yes! It’s time for our kids to be kids again!!

Yes we have! And when it comes to our children, we won’t stop fighting.

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On Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, the Commonwealth will graduate its 135th generation of Virginia State Troopers. The 58 new troopers will be presented their diplomas during commencement exercises at 10 a.m. at the State Police Training Academy located at 7700 Midlothian Turnpike in North Chesterfield County. Governor Glenn Youngkin will speak at the graduation ceremony.

“Completing the training here at the Virginia State Police Training Academy is no easy feat, and when you add the challenges COVID has brought, the bar is raised even higher,” said Colonel Gary T. Settle, Virginia State Police Superintendent. “These 58 Trooper-trainees have put their heart and soul into becoming the very best troopers they can be. I am impressed with their resiliency and dedication during the last 27 weeks.”

The new troopers have received more than 1,300 hours of classroom and field instruction in more than 100 different subjects, including de-escalation techniques, strategies to assist people in mental health crisis, ethics and leadership, fair and impartial policing, constitutional law, emergency medical trauma care, and public and community relations. The members of the 135th Basic Session began their 27 weeks of academic, physical and practical training at the Academy July 6, 2021.

The soon-to-be graduates of the 135th Basic Session are from every corner of the Commonwealth, as well as Ohio, Oklahoma, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Vermont and the countries of Germany and Mongolia.

Upon graduation, the new troopers will report to their individual duty assignments across Virginia the week of Jan. 31. For their final phase of training, each trooper will spend an additional six weeks paired up with a Field Training Officer learning his or her new patrol area.
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To all my GOP and Democrat brothers and sisters. It has been an honor to run for the Virginia House of Delegates. To those of you who gave up so much of your finances, time and energy volunteering, I say thank you. We performed an amazing feat and brought together people that just months ago would as soon turn their head as speak to you. To my fellow Candidates and Delegates our efforts were not in vain.
God gave us a task and we stepped up and performed that task! Whether God wanted you to win or not is not the issue. You ran to make a difference and you did! Because of your hard work we turned out voters. We exposed corruption and evil. Virginians that you encouraged to vote did not just vote for you, they voted for Glen, Winsome, and Jason. We have given the Commonwealth of Virginia a chance. We have given America a chance!
I am extremely grateful and proud of each one of you!! I am honored by all the support that I have received from so many!! Thank you all and may God Bless you, our state of Virginia and the United States of America.

We are better together!

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Thank you Chris, for fighting the good fight. Most cannot know how hard it is to be a candidate or a family member of a candidate.Remember the words of President Teddy Roosevelt: “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.”

Psalm 37:22-40 God is sovereign, and He has a purpose for everything. It ends in verse 40 the most important part is trusting in God. "And the Lord shall help them and deliver them: he shall deliver them from the wicked, and save them, because they trust in him."

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I am so disappointed in Henrico! You and Mary Margaret deserved to win! Much appreciation for your hard work Chris!

You ran one hell of a race Chris and we are all incredibly proud of you. Your voice was heard and you made a difference. Thank YOU for all of your hard work. Your future is bright and we will be with you every step of the way. God bless you and your wonderful family.

Thank you for stepping into the ring Chris! You ran a great race and should be proud! I wish it was a different outcome but you worked a hard and honest campaign!

Thank you for all your hard work. I am beyond disappointed 😢 Keep up the good fight!!!

Thank you for your hard work Chris!

The thrill of the big 3 has been clouded with this loss. So many people have mentioned they are disappointed with Henrico’s voting in regards to your election. You fought hard and should be proud!! Thank you for all your hard work and sacrifice!!

Job well done sir.. keep fighting. Your hard work did not go unnoticed.

Life is long and it is a journey like The Odyssey. When you conduct yourself with integrity and follow God’s lead you are never a failure. One door is closed but many others are open. And you have made so many new supporters and friends. It takes a lot to get out there. I really respect what you did.

While I am so happy that Youngkin, Sears and Miyares won.... I am heart sick and disappointed in our district that you did not win!! I pray somehow that you will run again in the future!!

Thank you for stepping up, Chris!! Our District is tough, lots of rabid Democrats. But YOU did great and I appreciate and am thankful for all the hard work put in by you and your precious family! God Bless you, Patriot!

Christopher, it was my honor to be a part of this journey. You and your family are a light in this dark world. You fought hard with honor and dignity. I don’t know what God has planned for you but I know it will be awesome. Blessings on you and your wonderful family!

You ran such a great race, Chris! Hope you run again. Thank you for your dedication and all of the work and sacrifices you made to run.

Chris, you and your family are so precious! We appreciate your willingness to spend countless hours traveling throughout our district campaigning to be a state delegate. God has a plan for you for sure. Keep trusting him and he will guide you. ❤️ God bless.

You and your family are a gift from God! You did and will continue to do great things! So thankful for people like you who are willing to fight for what is right! Virginia is now RED!! So very thankful!!❤️🙏🏻🇺🇸

Praying for you and your family during this season. Trusting God's will for your next steps. It has been a privilege getting to know you and Kim during this process. <3

very proud of brother

Thank you! I enjoyed having the opportunity meet with you and keep up the high energy and positive motivation!

Thank you Chris for stepping up and taking on the challenge. You ran a great campaign and left it all on the field - and it made a difference! It is an honor to have supported you.

Remember like the stone tossed into the water it’s ripple effect gets larger and larger the further it goes! God bless you all.

Thank you. Chris! You and your family persevered and faced the challenge with honor

It was a pleasure to help with your campaign. From the first time I heard you speak, I saw a champion in you and a family man who believed in his faith and values. Someone I wanted to support. Thank you so much for your time and sacrifices. And don’t give up! 💯🇺🇸😁🙏🏻

Start preparing for the next one! It was nice meeting you!!

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