Meet our Candidates

Our candidate for 5th District US House Representative

Be prepared to vote for our Virginia's 5th Congressional District US House Representative candidate on November 5, 2024. Time to replace our current no "Good" representative and elect someone that will work for us.

Gloria T. Witt

Gloria Witt is running for Virginia’s 5th District House of Representatives seat in 2024 because she believes in breaking down walls and building bridges to support a thriving community. She wants to advance legislation for “we the people.” 

Gloria was born and raised in Amherst, Virginia. She’s a country girl who values family, faith, education, justice, and community building. She is a mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, friend, businesswoman, colleague, and community servant. 

Blessed with a 32-year career with global energy leader Framatome (formerly AREVA), Gloria is proficient at influencing and driving results in multicultural environments. She started her career as a secretary in Procurement and retired as North American Director of People Development. Soon after retiring in 2013, Gloria became Founder and CEO of Define Success Coaching. 

Gloria’s sincerely-held values include social justice; nonprofit leadership; and business, workforce and youth development. She serves the community as board member of organizations which include the NAACP Amherst Branch (President); The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lynchburg (Resource Development Chair and Former Board Chair); Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance (Board Member); Centra Health (Board Member); The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities (Board Member); and the Central Virginia Academy for Nonprofit Excellence (President). 

As Congresswoman representing the VA 5th District, in Congress, Gloria will champion the needs of the 5th District by focusing on solutions that uphold democracy and represent the collective voices that strengthen families, rethink education, expand access to voting, addresses gun violence, and spurs climate-friendly economic growth. 

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