I'm honored to have earned the following endorsements in my campaign for Commonwealth's Attorney, and I look forward to working together to bring real change to Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park.
The Washington Post
"In Prince William, Amy Ashworth gets our endorsement in the Democratic primary over Tracey Lenox. Now a partner in a Manassas law firm, Ms. Ashworth worked in the commonwealth’s attorney’s office for 11 years, handling special victims’ units cases, including child sexual and physical abuse and homicide. That experience gives her insight into how to tackle domestic violence and work with juvenile offenders so that they don’t reoffend. She is committed to diversifying the office and focusing on crimes that do the most harm rather than simply seeking to put the most people in prison."
Senator Scott Surovell, J.D. (SD-36)
"Amy Ashworth is the only candidate in this race who is committed to bringing real criminal justice reform to Prince William County, and that’s why I’m endorsing Amy for Commonwealth’s Attorney. Amy will focus on violent crimes that do the most harm and stop the needless prosecution of victimless crimes like possession of marijuana. She’ll keep our families safe, make sure everyone is treated with respect and dignity, hire assistant prosecutors that reflect Prince William County's diverse community, and seek justice in a fair and honest way. I look forward to working with her to serve the people of Prince William County."
Senator Jeremy McPike (SD-29)
"I am proud to endorse my friend Amy Ashworth for Commonwealth’s Attorney for Prince William County and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. As a prosecutor in Prince William for almost two decades, Amy has seen firsthand that we must reform how justice is administered in this county. Amy is the only candidate for Commonwealth’s Attorney who will make sure the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office upholds its core responsibility to serve the people, including hiring a diverse team of attorneys and staff that are stakeholders in our community, and I know she will work tirelessly to ensure the core values of honesty, integrity, and fairness in the office."
Delegate Danica Roem (HD-13)
“I'm happy to endorse Amy Ashworth to be our next Commonwealth’s Attorney in Prince William County, the City of Manassas and the City of Manassas Park. Amy is the only candidate left in this race—Democrat or Republican—who has experience as a prosecutor, and she's represented in court both of the municipalities in the 13th District: the Town of Haymarket and the City of Manassas Park. She's fought for sexual assault survivors, has a progressive vision to deliver real criminal justice reform, and will work to make sure the office reflects our values so Prince William County can become a safer, fairer, more just place for everyone. That's why I'll be voting for Amy in the Democratic primary this June 11.”
Delegate John Bell (HD-87)
“I’m excited to endorse Amy Ashworth for Commonwealth’s Attorney because she has the passion, experience, and new ideas to deliver substantial change for the people of Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park. Amy’s vast experience as a fair and compassionate prosecutor make her uniquely suited for the job, and her fresh vision for the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office will ensure our criminal justice system finally reflects the will of the people.”
Delegate Lee Carter (HD-50)
“I am excited to endorse Amy Ashworth for Commonwealth’s Attorney because Amy truly reflects the progressive values of our community. Amy recognizes that in order for justice to be properly served, our justice system must be equal and fair for everyone — which means ending cash bail, opposing the death penalty, and stopping the criminalization of addiction and mental illness. Amy is the only candidate with the experience needed to implement these critical changes on day one, and I look forward to working with her to ensure justice is served fairly in Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park.”
Former Lt. Governor candidate Gene Rossi
"I can't think of anyone more prepared or qualified to lead the Prince William County Commonwealth's Attorney's office than Amy Ashworth. Amy knows how to bring people together to solve problems and get things done. She is strongly committed to the values of fairness and equality, and she will work tirelessly to steer the Commonwealth's Attorney's office in a direction that reflects the progressive values of the people of Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park."
Manassas Park Mayor Jeanette Rishell
"I am very enthusiastic to endorse Amy Ashworth for Commonwealth's Attorney because she has the experience, compassion, and vision to institute meaningful change in that office. Amy is the only candidate who can take the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office forward into the future by making the reforms that will serve justice and all members of our community. I look forward to working with Amy in her effort to implement her vision."
Occoquan Mayor Earnie Porta
"Amy Ashworth is my pick for Commonwealth's Attorney because she is the most qualified person for the job. As a prosecutor for nearly 20 years, Amy has seen the importance of focusing on the crimes that do the most harm and treating everyone with kindness, compassion, and respect."
CASA In Action
"CASA in Action believes these individuals reflect our core values of equality, fairness, and accountability. [...] Ashworth understand[s] that our justice system must be aligned with our community values."
KML Regional Council of Carpenters
"The Keystone + Mountain + Lakes Regional Council of Carpenters is proud to endorse Amy Ashworth for Prince William County Commonwealth Attorney. Our industry is currently rife with employers that misclassify their workers, a practice that hurts working families, local revenues, and businesses that play by the rules. Amy’s experience advocating for fairness and equal opportunity for working families makes her perfectly qualified for the office of Commonwealth Attorney and we are confident that Amy will work to fight wage theft and tax fraud in the construction industry by holding bad actors accountable."
IBEW Local 26
Mid-Atlantic Pipe Trades Union
Our Revolution Northern Virginia
Manassas Park School Board Chair Rachel Kirkland
Manassas Park City Councilmember Donald Shuemaker
Manassas Park City Councilmember Haseeb Javed