Yesli I. Vega

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election
Status Incumbent


Yesli Vega received her bachelor’s degree from the American Military University, where she studied criminal justice; Vega additionally graduated from Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy. Vega worked in law enforcement in the Alexandria area for over a decade, including as a Field Training Officer and member of the Hostage Negotiation team [1, 2, 3]. 
After returning from South Korea on deployment with her husband, Vega was elected to the Prince William County Board of Supervisors in 2019. Vega also ran to represent Virginia District 7 in the US House in 2021 and was defeated by Abigail Spanberger [1, 2, 3].

Key Issues


Vega wants to limit increases in property taxes for residents of Prince William County, combat the influence of special influence groups, and limit discretionary spending by the PWC government [1].

Public Safety

Vega wants to ensure that Prince William County remains safe despite a recent increase in criminal activity, and that PWC works to increase the size of their force to account for a deficit of over 300 officers compared to previously delineated service standards [1].


Prince William County Republican Party


1 Yesli Vega 

2 Prince William County 

3 Ballotpedia 

4 Stafford County GOP 

5 Facebook

6 Axios