Dear Friend,

The 2023 campaign season is in full swing and a challenger has entered the race, meaning we will have a Democratic primary for your Mount Vernon District Supervisor.  As many of you know, I kicked off my re-election campaign in December to a packed house at my home in Fort Hunt. Thank you to those of you who were in attendance and who have already contributed to my campaign. I’m truly excited and looking forward to this campaign and the opportunity to continue to work with you for another four years as your District Supervisor.

With early voting for the primary beginning May 5, I’m inspired, energized and thankful for all that the Mount Vernon community means to me and many of you. Together we have made great progress in connecting our community, revitalizing the Richmond Highway corridor, providing life-long learning opportunities and helping every resident and business owner reach their full potential. There is still much to do and look forward to our continued success!

I bring a voice of experience, thousands of community connections and a proven track record for getting things done to the Board, while delivering results for the South County area. I greatly value your support for my re-election to a third term and look forward to building upon our many successes.

Running for public office is expensive. As we near the end of the first quarter, I need your help. Will you donate to my campaign today? While your donations are critical, there are many ways to contribute to and/or get involved in my campaign. Visit my website to learn how you can volunteer to help me continue to be a leader and advocate for the people of the Mount Vernon District. 

I appreciate the endorsements of our strong democratic leaders: Congressman Don Beyer, Congressman Gerry Connolly, The Honorable Jim Moran, Chairman Jeffrey McKay and former Mount Vernon District Supervisor Gerry Hyland.

Help get out the vote by volunteering with my campaign! Early voting begins May 5, with the primary on June 20. 

Respectfully yours in public service,


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