Jennifer Carroll Foy for Governor
Jennifer Carroll Foy was born and raised in Petersburg. As one of the first women to graduate from Virginia Military Institute, a foster mom, and public defender, Jennifer has dedicated her life to giving a voice to the often voiceless — children, people suffering from addiction, those experiencing homelessness, those with mental illness, and the poor.
In 2017, she flipped a Republican district as a first-time candidate pregnant with twins. During her time as Delegate, Jennifer championed the Equal Rights Amendment's ratification, helped expand Medicaid to 500,000 Virginians, and advocated for the Commonwealth’s most vulnerable communities.
Now she’s running to be the first woman elected Governor of Virginia and serve as the first Black woman to be governor nationwide. Help her make history.