Education, economic opportunity, and transportation are the key issues facing our region, and pushing for the right policies can help enhance our quality of life, drive economic development, and ensure a brighter future. Through years of work with local, state, and federal policymakers, Jennifer has the experience and relationships to move the 86th forward.
A longtime Herndon resident, Jennifer Boysko has a history of solving problems for the community through her work on staff with the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, as a PTA leader, and serving on a state policy board.
"If we look at Medicaid Expansion in economic terms, we know that it would be a wise business decision for the Commonwealth. It would stretch our budget dollars, lessening the burden on our struggling hospital system and providing our residents with the economic flexibility that health care coverage gives.
Jennifer Boysko, a Democrat contesting Virginia General Assembly election in the 86th district, says her focus would be on education if she wins in November 3 election. Other priorities would include a smooth transportation and economic development.
“The idea of our working families having to pay an additional what could be 17 dollars a day when they have an unflexible time for travel…I think there’s a lot of heartburn going on in the community,” said Jennifer Boysko, the Democratic nominee in the House of Delegates’ 86th
Sunday, July 26, 2015
We gathered at the home of Dr. Sergio Rimola with Attorney General Mark Herring to share the news that CASA in Action had endorsed Jennifer.
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
The Woman's National Democratic Club hosted a meet and greet with several candidates for various offices from throughout Northern Virginia.