Virginia Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin has named former Heritage Foundation President Kay C. James to be the next secretary of the commonwealth.
“Secretary James will be a true asset to the administration,” Youngkin said in a Friday press release announcing James’ appointment. “Our shared vision, combined with her tremendous experience, will pave the way for a new day in Virginia.”
As secretary, James will assist the governor in a number of capacities and maintain official state records.
James, 72, has spent much of her career fighting for conservative values and is no stranger to the field of public policy.
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