Woodbridge, VA - Republican candidate for Governor Corey Stewart will be in Charlottesville Thursday morning with members of the organization Unity & Security for America as they announce the successful completion of their petition drive to recall Charlottesville Vice-Mayor Wes Bellamy from office.
Stewart has led the fight against the Charlottesville City Council's vote to remove the statue of General Robert E. Lee from the city's central square. "I have called for the replacement of the Charlottesville City Council over the historical vandalism issue, and recalling Bellamy is a good first step," Stewart said.
Tomorrow, he will join members of Unity & Security for America in turning in petitions to start the process to remove Wes Bellamy, whose racially motivated tweets made national headlines last year, from the Charlottesville City Council for misuse of office.
WHEN: Thursday, February 16th at 10:15 AM
100 5th St NE
Charlottesville, VA 22902
*At 11 AM, they will walk to the Charlottesville Circuit Court to file our historic petition.