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EMILY's List Picks Boysko

May 13, 2015Press ReleaseNational Organization Strives to Elect More Women to Office

Herndon, VA – Today, EMILY's List, a national organization committed to electing women to office in state and federal elections, announced its endorsement of Jennifer Boysko for the Virginia House of Delegates.

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End of the Vietnam War

April 30, 2015Blog Post

Today we remember the fall of Saigon and the end of the war in Vietnam that displaced so many from their homes and separated countless families. As I run for office in the Western Hemisphere's oldest continuous legislative body, I urge you to think about those around the world who lack real options to choose their leaders and those who are forced to flee their worlds in the pursuit of happiness and freedom.

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Governor McAuliffe and Rep. Connolly Endorse Jennifer Boysko for Delegate

March 2, 2015Press ReleaseAdd to endorsements of Lt. Governor and Attorney General

HERNDON -- Late last week, Democratic Candidate Jennifer Boysko received a series of endorsements from top Democratic state leaders in her campaign for the 86th House of Delegates seat.  On Friday, Rep. Gerry Connolly endorsed Boysko, one day after an endorsement from Governor Terry McAuliffe. 

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Jennifer Boysko Statement on Del. Rust's Retirement

February 25, 2015Press Release

February 25th, 2015 

HERNDON- This morning Del. Tom Rust announced his retirement on the floor of the Virginia House of Delegates.  Jennifer Boysko, the Democratic Candidate for the 86th House District, made the following statement regarding Del. Rust’s announcement:

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Del. Rust Leads Effort to Block Herndon Town Election Date Change

February 17, 2015Press ReleaseChange would have Increased Voter Participation for Local Elections

HERNDON— Earlier today, Tom Rust and his fellow Republican delegates voted by party line to kill legislation that would help boost voter participation by moving town elections from May to November.

After extensive outreach, including four public hearings, Herndon Mayor Lisa C. Merkel and the Herndon Town Council voted to petition the General Assembly to move the town elections from May to November in order to increase voter participation and save taxpayer money.

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