Who Is Will King?
Will is a father, a veteran, and a lifelong servant.
At an early age, Will knew he wanted to make a difference, —values instilled in him by his family, his experiences, and his faith.
Born and raised in a small farming community near Lansing, Michigan, Will joined the U.S. Navy in 1993. After a decade of service, he was honorably discharged he joined the U.S. Capitol Police, where he served on the Hazardous Materials Unit as a hazmat/weapons of mass-destruction technician.
In 2007 he became a Federal Air Marshal, where he furthered his leadership experience as a supervisor. Now retired from the Federal Air Marshal service, he resides in Bealeton, Va., with his wife.
Why Is Will Running?
Will King is running for the Virginia House of Delegates because, as a veteran and a retired law enforcement officer, he feels it is time to serve his community directly. Having seen and worked with people from all walks of life and differing backgrounds, Will understands the power of collaboration—whether in a workplace or a community. Click ISSUES to learn more about where Will stands on the key issues.
Will’s Core Values
Will’s life, both professionally and personally, is guided by three core values:
He pledges to carry these values with him to Richmond, on behalf of every constituent in his district.
In Will’s own words:
Elected officials are not elected as just leaders. Elected officials are elected as representatives of the people. Today's politicians have failed to remember this. As Delegate, I will work for the people, not corporations or lobbyists. This election, I am working to enable people to retake control of their local government and I will represent that important first step.