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 33rd district forward.
A longtime Herndon resident, Jennifer Boysko has a history of bringing people together to get things done. As a legislator, she has worked on addressing problems like education funding, access to health care, and reforming the political process. From her work in the Senate supporting Paid Family and Medical Leave, expanding opportunities for economic success for everyone, getting important legislation passed like the Dignity Act and her work in the House of Delegates expanding access to broadband across Virginia to her local involvement in a number of community organizations, Jennifer has a history of collaboration and consensus-building to solve problems.
You can track the course of the bills and resolutions that I'm sponsoring and my votes by regularly visiting my profile page on the Virginia Legislative Information System. You can also see the bills and votes of all members of the General Assembly during the session. You may also track various committee meetings and other publications from the House and Senate.
You do not need to wait until November 2nd to vote because we have no excuse in-person and absentee voting in Virginia.There are stark policy differences between the candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General and House of Delegates and I ask that you do your research carefully to make the right decision for yourself. I will be supporting our former Governor Terry McAuliffe for Governor, my former House of Delegates colleague Hala Ayala for Lt. Governor and our community’s own Mark Herring for re-election as Attorney General. I will also proudly be supporting Irene Shin for the 86th District House of Delegates to hold the seat that I once represented.
Boysko Bulletin: Storm Alert and Reminder to Sign Up for Wednesday's Town Hall "Back to School: Supporting Students and Parents through COVID-19" (August 31, 2021)Tuesday, August 31, 2021
We are expecting a storm, the remnants of Ida, the storm that hit Louisiana and is heading our way. Governor Northam has declared a state of emergency. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches are expected, with localized amounts up to 6 inches possible, so continue to monitor forecasts. In our community, watch for flash floods, including flooding along the I-66 corridor, and an increased risk of tornados.
Boysko Bulletin: “Back to School - Supporting Students and Parents through COVID-19” Town Hall and Other Updates (August 29, 2021)Sunday, August 29, 2021
I’ve arranged for a town hall with VA Copes, an agency in Virginia that has been offering support via a “warm line” throughout the pandemic. The focus of their presentation and our question and answer session will be “Back to School: Supporting Students and Parents through COVID-19.” I hope that you will join us on the Zoom (register at https://bit.ly/3Bf5ugk) or watch on my Facebook page. Submit questions in advance if you wish: https://forms.gle/AMK4PqZi9nME6xe49.