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Meet Emily Jordan

Delegate Emily Jordan is a fighter for the communities that she serves. In the General Assembly, Emily has worked to secure millions to expand broadband internet, championed workforce training initiatives that create good paying jobs, and has opposed burdensome regulations on our farmers and agricultural communities.

Emily has also defended law enforcement and opposed the soft on crime agenda that extreme progressives attempted to pass in Richmond. Emily will ALWAYS put the safety of our families and communities first.

Emily makes it a priority to combat inflation by supporting tax cuts for Virginia families. Emily voted to end the grocery tax, cut income taxes, and opposed the gas tax hike. Working families are struggling in todays' economy and she knows that you know how to spend your money best, not Richmond bureaucrats.

First elected to the 64th District in the House of Delegates in November of 2017, Emily represents the counties of Isle of Wight, Surry, and Prince George, and parts of the City of Suffolk. Emily lives in Windsor with her husband, Andrew, a law enforcement professional, and her family.  She currently serves on the House Appropriations Committee, House General Laws Committee, and is the Chair of the House Communications, Technology, and Innovation Committee.

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Meet Emily Jordan

Delegate Emily Jordan is a fighter for the communities that she serves. In the General Assembly, Emily has worked to secure millions to expand broadband internet, championed workforce training initiatives that create good paying jobs, and has opposed burdensome regulations on our farmers and agricultural communities.

Emily has also defended law enforcement and opposed the soft on crime agenda that extreme progressives attempted to pass in Richmond. Emily will ALWAYS put the safety of our families and communities first.

Emily makes it a priority to combat inflation by supporting tax cuts for Virginia families. Emily voted to end the grocery tax, cut income taxes, and opposed the gas tax hike. Working families are struggling in todays' economy and she knows that you know how to spend your money best, not Richmond bureaucrats.

First elected to the 64th District in the House of Delegates in November of 2017, Emily represents the counties of Isle of Wight, Surry, and Prince George, and parts of the City of Suffolk. Emily lives in Windsor with her husband, Andrew, a law enforcement professional, and her family.  She currently serves on the House Appropriations Committee, House General Laws Committee, and is the Chair of the House Communications, Technology, and Innovation Committee.

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Economy & Jobs

As a small business owner, Emily understands the excessive taxes, fees, and regulations that are strangling Virginia's economy. By keeping your taxes low, cutting unnecessary government spending, and growing small businesses we can begin to attract high-paying jobs to our region. As a member of the House Appropriations Committee, which hears all legislation relating to our state budget, Emily has worked to defeat bad legislation that would have poorly allocated funding within our Commonwealth.

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Family Values

Having been adopted, one of Emily's top priorities has been reforming the Adoption and Foster Care system in Virginia. There are hundreds of children across the Commonwealth that are ready to be adopted, and families that want to provide a loving home. In Richmond, Emily has made it a top priority to streamline the adoption process to give children better options for permanency.

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Tough on Crime in Our Communities

Emily voted to get tough on violent crime, repealing soft on crime legislation.  Emily will always back the blue and work to make our communities safe. Working with Attorney General Jason Miyares, Delegate Jordan passed legislation that requires the Department of Criminal Justice Services to establish training standards for law-enforcement personnel regarding the recognition, prevention, and reporting of human trafficking.

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Statement on Today’s Lack of Action of Full Repeal to Properly Reinstate VMSDEP ... See MoreSee Less

Statement on Today’s Lack of Action of Full Repeal to Properly Reinstate VMSDEP

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Keep fighting for a full repeal Emily!

Stand strong because we all know the Democrats will distort the vote

Two words... Weezy Lucas! Kick that "can" down the road and right out of the Senate! She is despicable.

Did You Know: On June 14, 1777 the Continental Congress passed a resolution to note that America must have a flag to represent our Nation. On that same day, a design for the American flag was approved! ... See MoreSee Less

Did You Know: On June 14, 1777 the Continental Congress passed a resolution to note that America must have a flag to represent our Nation. On that same day, a design for the American flag was approved!

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Virginia values veterans, unless we are either dead or disabled, then, apparently we cost too much. I'm sorry I became a 100% disabled combat veteran. I should have done better. I should not have become disabled and become a burden for Virginia..... As part of my atonement, I will work hard to make sure active servicemembers do not retire here as to become more of a burden. You voted to gut the VMSDEP.. I have disappointed you by daring to apply for my son's benefits. It doesn't matter that he beat brain cancer and was top 15 of his class, 4.1 GPA, National Honor Society and AFJROTC.. He is now a burden and I will have to tell him that you, and all of your Capitol buddies hate his Father because he cost too much for Virginia... Can you forgive me of my sins of being a disabled combat veteran? 🤷‍♂️

May we reflect on what the Greatest Generation waded into to ensure the way of life we cherish now exists. On this day in 1944, these soldiers knew our world was at a crossroads with only one option. They took that mission knowing the survival of America was at stake. ... See MoreSee Less

May we reflect on what the Greatest Generation waded into to ensure the way of life we cherish now exists. On this day in 1944, these soldiers knew our world was at a crossroads with only one option. They took that mission knowing the survival of America was at stake.

This Memorial Day and every day, take some time to truly reflect, honor and remember those that have fallen in the name of our freedom and the safety of our families. Brave men and women have given themselves with the cost of their lives so we can sleep peaceful at night and not have a true understanding of the atrocities and peril that could occur if we waiver in defending our freedom and American soil. It is the bare minimum responsibility to teach the next generation what could befall our Great Nation if we choose to turn our backs to the enemy that seeks to destroy our American culture and way of life. Always Honor & Remember. 🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less

This Memorial Day and every day, take some time to truly reflect, honor and remember those that have fallen in the name of our freedom and the safety of our families. Brave men and women have given themselves with the cost of their lives so we can sleep peaceful at night and not have a true understanding of the atrocities and peril that could occur if we waiver in defending our freedom and American soil. It is the bare minimum responsibility to teach the next generation what could befall our Great Nation if we choose to turn our backs to the enemy that seeks to destroy our American culture and way of life. Always Honor & Remember. 🇺🇸

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VMSDEP fix! Words without action are hollow.

Go back to Richmond for an emergency session to fix VMSDEP. The program the budget gutted that allowed gold star and disabled veteran's families to attend college for free. We need more than strongly worded letters. @highlight #saveVMSDEP

The families of fallen and disabled veterans need and appreciate your continued support. #restorevmsdep

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It was certainly a busy week on the road!
Earlier this week, the Senate & House returned to Richmond to finalize the budget. We came to an agreement that both chambers agreed on and the Governor signed immediately thereafter. The Good News: no tax hikes on Virginia families!

The rest of the week was action packed as well! I spoke at the Virginia Fire Chiefs Association and went over the progress of this session and also discussed how we arrive at better data collection for hazardous cancer screenings. Firefighters are 75% more likely to contract cancer than the general population due to direct exposure to forever chemicals.

I also traveled to participate in the Virginia Rural Center Board Meeting where I was elected as Vice-Chair. Our conversation was robust especially in assessing job outlook and opportunity with a special presentation from President Kirk Cox of the Virginia Business Higher Education Council. Working on continuous innovative strategies is key.

As part of National Police Week, I was honored to be the Keynote Speaker at the City of Suffolk’s Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony. Suffolk has lost a total of 5 officers over the course of the department’s history and each officer was remembered by current officers during the course of such an incredibly touching ceremony. We must always: Honor, Respect, Remember the Fallen.

This weekend I participated in a panel with the VFRW as they held their annual State Convention in Hampton Roads. It is so great to see so many ladies so actively engaged in being the guardians of our democracy through action. A special thanks to Susan Cobb for her service as outgoing President and a welcome to their incoming leader, Chelle Davis!

It is an honor to work on your behalf. If you or your civic group would ever like to stop in and speak, please reach out to us!
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It was certainly a busy week on the road! 
Earlier this week, the Senate & House returned to Richmond to finalize the budget. We came to an agreement that both chambers agreed on and the Governor signed immediately thereafter. The Good News: no tax hikes on Virginia families!

The rest of the week was action packed as well! I spoke at the Virginia Fire Chiefs Association and went over the progress of this session and also discussed how we arrive at better data collection for hazardous cancer screenings. Firefighters are 75% more likely to contract cancer than the general population due to direct exposure to forever chemicals. 

I also traveled to participate in the Virginia Rural Center Board Meeting where I was elected as Vice-Chair. Our conversation was robust especially in assessing job outlook and opportunity with a special presentation from President Kirk Cox of the Virginia Business Higher Education Council. Working on continuous innovative strategies is key. 

As part of National Police Week, I was honored to be the Keynote Speaker at the City of Suffolk’s Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony. Suffolk has lost a total of 5 officers over the course of the department’s history and each officer was remembered by current officers during the course of such an incredibly touching ceremony. We must always: Honor, Respect, Remember the Fallen. 

This weekend I participated in a panel with the VFRW as they held their annual State Convention in Hampton Roads. It is so great to see so many ladies so actively engaged in being the guardians of our democracy through action. A special thanks to Susan Cobb for her service as outgoing President and a welcome to their incoming leader, Chelle Davis!

It is an honor to work on your behalf. If you or your civic group would ever like to stop in and speak, please reach out to us!

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It was such a blessing to have you at the SPD memorial service. You did a great job.

Any chance you have any connections to the Supreme Court with Amy coney Barrett? American Heritage Girls Smithfield will be working on their Our Constitution Badbe in fall. 😊❤️

What about VMSDEP and how that budget cut a program gold star families rely on? I know you and many other wrote a strongly worded letter but those are just words. Bring it back and expand to all children of KIA and disabled veterans.

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You have had our vote since you were running for Delegate. It was pretty warm when you stopped by our house. We invited you in and gave you some water. Then of course we talked about some issues. We liked your position on the things we talked about, but what we liked the most about you was how friendly you were.

Congratulations !!

Well there went my roadsign. You got some splaining to do.

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Ladies, hopefully since you both represent me in the southern end of Isle of Wight County, please do me a favor and investigate what is going on the state and federal level with the United States Postal Service. There have been days mail has not gotten delivered, it takes longer for mail to be moved from one distribution area to local post offices, stamps keep increasing in price. I think someone needs to have an investigation at the top. Ann Duck

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Merry Christmas!! Love the card…! 🎄🇺🇸

Merry Christmas sweet friend!!

Merry Christmas!

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