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  • Boysko Bulletin #6

    Friday, February 19, 2016

    This week we officially completed all of the consideration of House bills and have crossed over to consider the Senate’s legislation. As I mentioned in last week’s Boysko Bulletin, we saved the most politically divisive bills for this week. After weeks of working across the aisle to find solutions to common sense problems, I was terribly disturbed and disappointed by the some of the bills that passed.

  • Boysko Bulletin #5

    Thursday, February 11, 2016

    I continue to be so pleased to see that overall, General Assembly members are willing to work together on many issues and to listen to one another about differing points of view. I am also enjoying the many visits, calls and letters from constituents and am glad to have the opportunity to listen to your concerns. This is the last week before Crossover, when all of the bills passed in House of Delegates are sent to the Senate and vice versa.

  • Boysko Bulletin #4

    Thursday, February 4, 2016

    What a big week! My first bill, HB106, a Town of Herndon charter bill passed by the House unanimously and was sent over to the Senate. The bill changes the western boundary of the Town of Herndon slightly to incorporate a couple of acres next to the Department of Public Works building on Rock Hill Road. It also brings the town charter up to date with our emergency preparedness plans.

  • Boysko Bulletin #3

    Thursday, January 28, 2016

    Many of you have contacted me about your snow concerns and we have been working with VDOT to raise attention to missed neighborhoods or other clean-up. According to VDOT, most subdivision streets should be at least passable, though I have gotten reports that many roads are in better shape. They will continue to work on snow removal throughout the week and I will continue to advocate on your behalf.

  • Boysko Bulletin #2

    Wednesday, January 20, 2016

    What a week it’s been at session! I’ve introduced seven bills for this session and am co-patron for a number of bills with my colleagues on a variety of topics as well. It’s been great to see many residents of the 86th District.

  • Boysko Bulletin #1

    Wednesday, January 13, 2016

    This first issue of the Boysko Bulletin will be followed by weekly updates during session, keeping you up to speed on what's happening in Richmond. Today I was officially sworn in as Delegate for the 86th and was appointed to two committees - Cities, Counties, and Towns and Privileges & Elections.

  • Q&A with the Connection

    Monday, October 26, 2015 | Oak Hill/Herndon Connection

    "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.

  • For Jennifer Boysko Education Would be Priority as Delegate

    Monday, October 19, 2015 | Views & News

    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.

  • I-66 Toll Plan Faces Heavy Criticism

    Tuesday, October 6, 2015 | Leesburg Today

    “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

  • NO to I-66 Tolls

    Thursday, October 1, 2015

    Be sure to let your voice be heard when it comes to the I-66 plan. Driving to work or school for residents of the 86th District already comes with a high price to pay. If occupancy changes are implemented, a drive to DC would add a huge cost to carpoolers and we've been tolled enough!