Taylor Keeney Announces Campaign for Congress

Taylor Keeney Announces Campaign for Congress in Bid to Flip
VA-07 Congressional District

GOOCHLAND, Va. – Taylor Keeney today announced her candidacy for Congress in
Virginia’s 7th Congressional District. Taylor brings new conservative leadership to this race for Congress with the background and experience to beat Abigail Spanberger next year. She is a proven problem solver and community leader who has dedicated her career to serving her

Watch Taylor’s launch video here: https://youtu.be/dYjQgbFlZGE

“Throughout my career, when I see a problem, I get to work and find solutions. Right now,
Washington is broken and has stopped working for us. Our current Representative has simply not gotten the job done in Congress – she’s all talk,”  Taylor said. “Despite promising to be a bipartisan voice, Abigail Spanberger has voted with Nancy Pelosi over 90% of time since taking office, including a shocking 100% of the time during the Biden administration. This is not bipartisan, this is politics as usual and we deserve better.”  Taylor continued.

“I know what it takes to build consensus, bring people together, and find solutions to the
problems facing our community. When I saw that families in Central Virginia had trouble getting basic essentials for their children, I launched Little Hands Virginia from my garage while on maternity leave. Today, we work with over 50 local partners to identify children in need of support and will serve over 1,000 children in 2021 alone. I plan on bringing this same solutions-oriented approach to Congress to deliver real results for Virginia’s Seventh District,”  Taylor concluded.

VA-07 represents one of the best pick-up opportunities in the country as Republicans fight to
take back the House. Taylor is uniquely qualified to take on and defeat Spanberger next
November. Learn more about her campaign at www.KeeneyforCongress.com.
About Taylor Keeney:

● Taylor is the founder of Little Hands Virginia, a nonprofit launched in 2019 to ensure that
young children (newborn to three years old) in Greater Richmond have the basic
essentials needed to thrive and help improve outcomes in the long-term.
● Active in the community for over a decade, Taylor volunteered as a mentor for Higher
Achievement – Richmond and continues to serve on the organization’s advisory board,
volunteers with ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation, and serves as the Fifth District
Representative on the Goochland County Recreation Advisory Commission.
● A policy and communications expert, Taylor served as press secretary for former-
Governor Bob McDonnell and led regional communications for Teach For America. She
currently is Director of Strategic Communications and Advocacy at Hunton Andrews
● Taylor and her husband, Carter, live in Goochland and have two children, Taliaferro and