• Policy Priorities

    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.

  • Meet Jennifer

    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.

  • Follow Legislation

    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.

News

  • Coronavirus Information and Resources (updated April 25, 2020)

    Saturday, April 25, 2020
    I have gathered resources from businesses, nonprofit organizations, local and federal government agencies and others for staying well, what to do if ill, and how to handle the financial impacts of this public health emergency. 
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  • 2020 Session - Reconvene (4/25/2020)

    Saturday, April 25, 2020

    Rather than meeting in the Capitol, the Senate of Virginia met for this year’s reconvene session in the Science Museum of Virginia on Wednesday. We all practiced social distancing, wearing masks and avoiding any contact with one another. Madame Clerk and her staff did a wonderful job of setting up a safe and professional environment for us to vote on the bills that the Governor amended and in one case vetoed.  We managed to conduct the business of the Commonwealth despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • 2020 Session Legislative Session Update (4/17/2020)

    Friday, April 17, 2020

    The Governor has created a task force composed of business leaders, health professionals and senior Administration staff to make evidence-based, data driven decisions about when it will be possible to begin to reopen our Commonwealth.  We will continue to maintain social distancing even next week when my Senate colleagues and I go back to Richmond to consider all of the Governor’s amendments to our budget and other pieces of legislation.  

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Photo Galleries

  • Town Hall 12/17/19

    Tuesday, December 31, 2019

    Senator Boysko at a Town Hall session in Herndon making commendations for outstanding members of our community.

     

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  • Jennifer Boysko in 2018

    Sunday, October 28, 2018

    A look at all the great work Delegate Boysko has been doing in 2018!

    • Delegate Boysko, with Congressman Connolly and Delegate Ken Plum and some great leaders from Herndon-Reston Indivisible 
    • Campaigning with Mom’s Demand Action for State Senator Jennifer Wexton 
    • Governor Northam signing my bi-partisan bill that will protect animals from harmful testing. This legislation is one of the first in the country and will be a model for other states to follow. Another example of working together and getting things done 
    • Delegate Boysko at the 2018 DPVA Dinner with Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey  
    • Delegate Boysko with State Senator Jennifer Wexton and SEIU President David Broder. 
    • Delegate Boysko speaking at a press conference after introducing the 2018 Whole Women’s health act that would work to improve healthcare in Virginia and protect a women’s right to make her own choices 
    • Delegate Boysko with Delegate David Reid and local activists at a rally at the state capitol to address the crises of gun shooting in our schools 
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