Letter: Kathy Stewart Shupe, Sterling

Editor: On Tuesday, Jan. 8, Northern Virginia voters have the chance to send a proven legislator to the Virginia Senate. What Northern Virginians need is a representative who has the legislative experience, works across the aisle, and knows how to get real results for her constituents.

Delegate Jennifer Boysko has served in the Virginia House of Delegates since 2015 and has continuously fought for working families and children. She’s worked across the aisle to expand access to healthcare, continued to support sensible infrastructure investment and funding for our schools, and has pushed for real policy fixes to protect our children from gun-violence.

The Loudoun and Fairfax County communities understand this as well. Since she has announced her candidacy, Delegate Boysko has been endorsed by the Virginia Education Association, the Sierra Club, the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, multiple labor organizations including SEIU and the Loudoun Firefighters, the Police Benevolent Association, and the Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence.

On Jan. 8 we have the chance to send an effective level-headed leader to represent us in the Virginia Senate. I hope everyone will join me in supporting Delegate Jennifer Boysko this coming Tuesday by voting her into the newly vacated 33rd Senate District Seat.

Kathy Stewart Shupe, Sterling

3 thoughts on “Letter: Kathy Stewart Shupe, Sterling

  • 2019-01-03 at 11:08 am
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    Joe May on the other hand has a longer record as a proven legislator, etc.

  • 2019-01-03 at 12:07 pm
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    The best dem candidate special interest money can buy. When you’re sitting in traffic, looking around at the appalling development, crowded schools, and ever increasing tax burden for less and less services… think Jen Boysko

  • 2019-01-03 at 1:07 pm
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    : On Tuesday, Jan. 8, Northern Virginia voters have the chance to send a proven legislator to the Virginia Senate. What Northern Virginians need is a representative who has the legislative experience, works across the aisle, and knows how to get real results for his constituents.
    Former Delegate Joe May has served in the Virginia House of Delegates 7302 days Or 19 years, 11 months, 28 days Or 239 months, 28 days. His opponent has 3 years
    He has continuously fought for working families and children. He has worked across the aisle to expand access to healthcare, continued to support sensible infrastructure investment and funding for our schools, and has pushed for real policy fixes to protect our children from gun-violence

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