Yesli Vega, a military wife, mother, and law enforcement officer, is the embodiment of the American Dream. Born in Houston, Texas to Salvadoran immigrants fleeing civil war, her family has taken full advantage of the freedom and opportunities made available only in America.
Her career began as a street cop with the City of Alexandria’s Police Department. Yesli temporarily left the world of law enforcement as duty called her family to South Korea to join in her husband’s deployment as a member of the United States Army. Upon returning, Yesli went back into law enforcement with the Manassas Park Police Department where she became a certified hostage negotiator, and later joined the Prince William County Sheriff’s Office to serve as a deputy and Crisis Intervention Team member.
Yesli is currently serving on the Prince William County Board of Supervisors.
Candidate’s Issues of Focus:
- Border Security
- Crime and Public Safety
- Endorsements include Sen. Ted Cruz, Rep. Bob Good, Rep. Jim Jordan, former Rep. Dave Brat, former Rep. Tom Davis, and former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli.
- Grew up in Virginia and today Yesli is married with two children.