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Join us for a special report and conversation with Bishop E.W. Jackson.
Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021 at 12 p.m. (ET)
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Virginia’s voters sent shock waves through the Democratic Party and the national media in November when they elected Republicans to all three major statewide offices and took enough seats to flip the House.

In the governor’s race, conservative businessman Glenn Youngkin defeated Clinton crony and former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, overcoming the huge Democratic advantage in Northern Virginia.


Moreover, Virginia voters elected two minority Republicans – a conservative black woman, Winsome Sears, as lieutenant governor and a conservative Hispanic, Jason Miyares, whose mother Miriam fled Communist Cuba, as attorney general.

How did they do this and what lessons are there for conservatives and the Republican Party for the congressional election in 2022 and the presidential election in 2024?

Bishop E.W. Jackson is president of Staying True to America’s National Destiny (STAND) in Chesapeake, Va., head pastor at The Called Church, also in Chesapeake, and the host of this weekly national conference call.

A Marine Corps veteran and graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston and Harvard Law School, Bishop Jackson has authored several books and appeared as a commentator on national news networks such as C-SPAN, Fox News and MSNBC.

He hosts a daily program, The Awakening, on American Family Radio from 1 to 2 p.m. ET, and a daily podcast, and directs the Awakening Hearts and Minds Project, an outreach to black, Hispanic and other minority voters.

E. W. and his wife Theodora have been married since 1970 and have 3 children, Earl Jr., Rebecca and Jaquelyn.

Please join us for this stimulating, informative conversation.


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