After losing his bid to be Virginia’s lieutenant general, E.W. Jackson isn’t stepping out of the political arena. He has launched a new political action committee, UniteVirginia PAC, to advocate for school choice, fewer taxes and regulations and a host of social issues.
“We do not intend to sit idly by while we are subjected to four years of crony capitalism, union abuses of the rights of workers, encroachment on our unalienable rights and the fundamental transformation of Virginia,” Jackson wrote on the PAC’s website.
Jackson says the PAC will announce its legislative agenda for the 2014 General Assembly soon.