Woodbridge, VA - Today, Corey Stewart announced the endorsement of Cynthia Dunbar, Virginia's National Committeewoman to the Republican National Committee and conservative leader. She has led the charge successfully on life and education issues, among many other conservative causes.
A strong advocate for conservative principles and highly respected statewide grassroots leader, Mrs. Dunbar stated, "People are tired of politicians who are long on message and short on action. They want real leaders, leaders willing to confront the political elite, NOT join them. Corey has proven he isn't afraid to speak out for what is right and to fight for what is in the best interest of the people. He is directed by an internal moral compass which is why he does not back down from a fight. There are many politicians driven by compromise to make their fellow elected officials happy, but there are very few leaders like Corey Stewart who are driven by conviction to make the people happy. That is why I am endorsing Corey Stewart for Governor of Virginia.”
In response, Corey Stewart said, “Cynthia is a key leader in Virginia who not only has been successful as a party official, but also has been successful as a leader of the people. A steadfast conservative dedicated to principle, never backing down from a fight even when it's unpopular. I am honored to have her support and will not let her and others in the conservative movement down. I look forward to working with Cynthia to Take Back Virginia."
Cynthia Dunbar's full bio:
Cynthia Dunbar is an American patriot of Native-American descent. She is the National Committeewoman to the RNC for VA, author, public speaker, attorney, and CEO of Momentum Instruction, LLC. She formerly was an elected member of the Texas State Board of Education, Assistant Professor of Law, Advisor to the Provost of Liberty University, appellate attorney, and Vice President of Curriculum and Instruction for Global Educational Ventures. While attending Law School at Regent University Dunbar received three separate American Jurisprudence Awards for excellence and was a founding editor of the Law Review of Regent University School of Law. She has since conducted over 25 years of research and studies involving Constitutional and common law issues.
Dunbar is a frequent lecturer on the framework for Civil Jurisdiction and the impact of America’s charter documents, including the Mayflower Compact, Declaration of Independence and Constitution with the Bill of Rights. She articulately details and defends the underlying Judeo-Christian philosophies of these documents. In 2008 Professor Dunbar released her book, "One Nation Under..." This book, a treatise on the historical decline of America, underscores the Judeo-Christian heritage of our nation. Her most recent publication, "Attributes of America", a primer on our Constitutional Republic, was released July 2015.
Dunbar has been extensively involved in Educational Public Policy and Governmental Relations. In 2006 she was elected to the highly influential Texas State Board of Education. At the time this position was one of national importance as Texas, prior to common core, historically set the standards for public school textbooks nationally. She was instrumental in preserving academic freedom in the biology classroom, and restoring historical accuracy in social studies. Her efforts to see that an accurate picture of American history was preserved in Texas potentially impacted textbooks across the nation for the next decade.
She has received both national and international media attention including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, PBS, Dateline, Dateline Australia, Norwegian International Radio, BBC Radio and the London Guardian, among others. She has been featured in the New York Times Magazine, on Hardball with Chris Matthews, frequently seen on Fox News and is a regular contributor addressing educational policy issues on Fox and Friends. She wears as a badge of honor that she has earned the contempt of the liberal media, Keith Olbermann’s Worst of the Worst and Right Wing Watch.
Cynthia Dunbar is a public servant working tirelessly at the local, state and national level. She is a contributing Professor for Constituting America, serves on the Boards of Directors of Faith 2 Action, Source for Women, Oil & Wine, Youth Can Lead and Amigos de Dios. Her policy and academic writings have been published by various mediums including William & Mary’s Journal of Women and the Law, Washington University’s John C. Danforth Center on Religion & Politics, Constituting America, Newsmax, and the Liberty Legal Journal. Her passions include ensuring academic freedom for all students, restoring parental rights, educating American citizens and policy makers on the rights reserved to the people and the states within our Constitutional Republic, and ultimately restoring respect for, and adherence to, our Constitution.