Delglen Davis wanted to know who sent the message to the Republican congressman who called him “Gay Democrats” and he wants the sender to be held accountable for false claims based on the lawsuits he filed.
Davis filed a defamation lawsuit on Tuesday in Norfolk Circuit Court against “Gendo” in hopes of finding the perpetrator or perpetrator.
Davis R.-Virginia Beach is one of six candidates vying for the party’s vice governor, which will be decided in a vote at a Saturday convention open to GOP representatives at various venues around. state
The lawsuit said Davis believed messages were sent only to attendees’ private cell phones, and that access to those numbers would be limited to one of the state-wide GOP campaigns for the Deputy Attorney General, or Governor
The message was caused by a letter that was appropriately disclosed by the sender under the state electoral law.
Another candidate, former Republican lawmaker Tim Hugo of Northern Virginia sent literature on Davis. The literature included a photograph of Davis wearing a colorful striped shirt at the PrideFest event in Hampton Roads to show support for gay rights. The letter made no comment on gay rights other than photographs.
But then someone took the picture anonymously and sent a message to the GOP meeting participants with the message: “You know Glenn Davis is a gay Democrat,” the message asked representatives not to vote for him and asked voters to help him. “Coming out of the closet”