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RICHMOND, Va. — Republican Virginia Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin introduced Wednesday he had assembled teams together with lawmakers, legislation enforcement officers, enterprise homeowners and others to coordinate transition work with outgoing Gov. Ralph Northam’s administration.

Also among the many scores of people on what Youngkin known as “landing teams” are well being care specialists, veterans, attorneys and early marketing campaign supporters. Each group is chaired by a Republican lawmaker.

GLENN YOUNGKIN’S CHOICE OF TRANSITION CO-CHAIR  SIGNALS CONSERVATIVE VIRGINIA GOVERNORSHIP

Glenn Youngkin, governor-elect of Virginia, gives a thumbs-up after speaking during an election night event in Chantilly, Virginia, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021.(Photographer: Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Glenn Youngkin, governor-elect of Virginia, offers a thumbs-up after talking throughout an election night time occasion in Chantilly, Virginia, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021.(Photographer: Al Drago/Bloomberg by way of Getty Images)

The governor-elect mentioned in an announcement that the teams would “conduct due diligence across all agencies” to assist decide “how government can begin to serve Virginians better and start delivering on our Day One promises of better schools, safer streets, a lower cost of living, and more jobs.”

Members of the Northam administration have been assembly day by day with Youngkin transition representatives, Clark Mercer, Northam’s chief of employees, mentioned.

“Our staffs are working to make sure the incoming administration has the transition memos, agency overviews, and personnel lists they need to be successful. This is how transitions are supposed to go, and we are grateful for the professional approach taken by both Governor Northam and Governor-elect Youngkin in setting this important tone not only for the Commonwealth, but also the country,” he wrote in an electronic mail.

Glenn Youngkin, governor-elect of Virginia, center, speaks to members of the media as Pamela Northam, first lady of Virginia, from left, Ralph Northam, governor of Virginia, and Suzanne Youngkin listen outside the Executive Mansion in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021. (Photographer: Carlos Bernate/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Glenn Youngkin, governor-elect of Virginia, middle, speaks to members of the media as Pamela Northam, first girl of Virginia, from left, Ralph Northam, governor of Virginia, and Suzanne Youngkin hear outdoors the Executive Mansion in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021. (Photographer: Carlos Bernate/Bloomberg by way of Getty Images)

A former personal fairness govt, Youngkin defeated former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe earlier this month in an Election Day that marked a sweep for Republicans, who additionally notched victories within the race for legal professional basic and lieutenant governor. Republicans have additionally claimed to have retaken the bulk within the House of Delegates; whereas Democratic leaders successfully conceded, two essential races that stay uncalled by The Associated Press are headed to recounts. Incumbent Democrats path their Republican challengers in these races.

Youngkin beforehand introduced that Jeff Goettman, a prime marketing campaign staffer and former official within the Department of the Treasury below former President Donald Trump, would function his transition director. But few different transition particulars had been introduced, prompting hypothesis amongst events who’ve been watching carefully for indicators of how the political newcomer will govern.

Devin O’Malley, a Youngkin spokesperson, confirmed transition officers have been requested to signal nondisclosure agreements, a software additionally employed throughout the marketing campaign. He mentioned the agreements would permit for productive conversations and guarantee these conversations are within the public’s curiosity.

Since his win, Youngkin has been making stops throughout the state, visiting neighborhood occasions like a basketball clinic and meals financial institution fundraiser, and holding what he’s known as “thank you rallies” with supporters.

Glenn Youngkin, governor-elect of Virginia, gives a thumbs-up after speaking during an election night event in Chantilly, Virginia, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021. (Photographer: Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Glenn Youngkin, governor-elect of Virginia, offers a thumbs-up after talking throughout an election night time occasion in Chantilly, Virginia, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021. (Photographer: Al Drago/Bloomberg by way of Getty Images)

Earlier within the week, the Democratic Party of Virginia introduced it deliberate to carry a post-election “debrief tour,” an opportunity to speak with voters, candidates and elected officers in regards to the get together’s poor efficiency on Election Day in addition to the 2022 election cycle.

“As a Party, it’s important for us to meet our voters and supporters where they are and have these tough conversations,” chairwoman Susan Swecker mentioned in an announcement.

The tour will start Dec. 1 in Farmville, adopted by stops across the state earlier than wrapping up Dec. 7 in Richmond.

Jayce Genco, the state Democratic get together’s communications director, mentioned Wednesday that Youngkin’s slate of transition group members instructed he would push an “extreme agenda that is not representative of the Commonwealth.”