“Make those connections while you’re still in college. Do internships, shadow people who can teach you something. It will make a difference. And always be prepared, especially as a young person, because 90% of your success will come from being prepared, making connections and being genuine,” said Brewer. “And don’t forget to always look people in the eye.”
In a statement to News 3, Del. Brewer said, “Legislation I sponsored in 2021, House bill 2234, was signed into law that created the ability for victims of human trafficking to be allowed an affirmative defense in a court of law. This legislation was critical because many human trafficking victims are afraid to come forward for fear of prosecution. I’m hoping that as an advocate for victims, sponsoring legislation that can provide proactive intervention will help eradicate the scourge of human trafficking from our society.
Del. Emily Brewer (R-Suffolk) highlighted the shortage of psychiatric providers prior to the start of lockdowns. Only five localities across Virginia had a sufficient supply to service their needs, she said.
“We’re standing up for your children too. Don’t forget that—every last one of you. You still have an option to send your child to school with a mask. No one is stopping that,” said State Del. Emily Brewer, (R) Isle of Wight.
Del. Emily Brewer, R-Isle of Wight, has revived a bill that would allow golf carts on 35 mph roads in Smithfield.
Delegate Brewer lives in Suffolk, representing the 64th House District which includes the counties of Isle of Wight, Surry, Prince George, and parts of Suffolk City. She was first elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 2017. Delegate Brewer spoke about her role as vice chair of the rural caucus and said "I look forward to working alongside my colleagues in Rural Caucus to market the diverse attributes, opportunities and assets the Commonwealth has in our rural communities
“We have had the family unit and everyday structure disrupted in so many ways,” Brewer said, mentioning the closure of schools and the struggle to find child care. “That created such a hardship that it inspired several [women] running in this cycle to run for office.”
Republican Del. Emily Brewer called on rally-goers to head to their registrars office to support pro-life candidates.
“When you go to the ballot box make sure you are standing up for the voiceless and defenseless with me,” Brewer said.
“After receiving many phone calls and emails from my constituents regarding the temporary relocation of the Smithfield DMV, I knew it was vital for my constituents to be provided the same level of service and professionalism that they have received for many years at the Smithfield DMV on Church Street,” said Brewer, whose 64th District includes Isle of Wight. “I am pleased to work with the Virginia DMV as they prepare for their new and improved location.”
Emily Brewer, 33, of the western Tidewater region will be the youngest Republican woman to join the body