A leader who's not afraid to stand up for us.
"We live in a great community and we deserve a Board of Supervisors that does more to support our schools, first responders, working women, and families. That's why I'm running."
The Washington Post followed Juli on a recent afternoon of door-knocking to meet voters.
This is the story:
"It resonated because she wasn’t an activist, a protester, a radical or a meddler. She was just a mom going to swim meets, racing to meetings for her contracting job, getting her workout in and tiring of the hatred and division swirling around her.
She wasn’t going to run on one gesture. For folks who may agree with her politics but not her action, she didn’t want it to distract from the local issues."
For Immediate Release:
Loudoun County Chair Phyllis Randall Endorses Juli Briskman for Algonkian District Supervisor
STERLING, VA - The Chair of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Phyllis J. Randall has endorsed Juli Briskman, a former marketing executive and local activist, in her campaign for the Algonkian District seat on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.
"I'm thrilled to endorse Juli for Algonkian District Supervisor. Because of her extensive involvement in the community, she is the perfect person to represent Algonkian on our Board of Supervisors,” Randall said of Briskman. “Her dedication to this community through her decades of service will allow her to represent all voices and make her an excellent Supervisor. I’m looking forward to having her as a colleague in the new term.”
Randall stressed that she and her colleagues have accomplished much since her election in 2015, but she is also ready for some new leadership at the Board level. "I am going to need partners to work on my priorities for the coming term and Juli will be an advocate and partner in achieving more progress on key issues for Loudoun’s working families and children."
“Having the support of Chair Randall means the world to me,” said Briskman. “She has been a phenomenal leader for Loudoun County and I know her leadership will continue after her reelection. I can’t wait to join her on the board and continue the progress she initiated and has accomplished in the past four years.”
Briskman is the Democratic nominee for Supervisor in the Algonkian District and will face off against eight-year incumbent Republican Suzanne Volpe in the general election on November 5th. Chair Randall will be running for reelection to as Chair-at-Large in that same election.
For Immediate Release:
Senator Barbara Favola Endorses Juli Briskman for Algonkian District Supervisor
STERLING, VA - Virginia Sate Senator Barbara Favola has endorsed Juli Briskman, a former marketing executive and local activist, in her campaign for the Algonkian District seat on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.
“I'm proud to endorse Juli Briskman for Supervisor. I know Juli will be a strong advocate for the things that matter most to our quality of life. Her commitment to progressive values and compassionate pragmatism will serve the citizens of the Algonkin District well.”
“Senator Favola has been an inspiring leader during her years as my representative in Richmond, and I’m excited to have her support in order that we can work together in the coming years on issues facing Algonkian residents,” said Briskman. “We know that change starts on the local level, and I’m happy that Senator Favola will continue to be a partner for good policies in both state and local government.”
Briskman is the Democratic nominee for Supervisor in the Algonkian District and will face off against eight-year incumbent Republican Suzanne Volpe in the general election on November 5th. Senator Favola represents the 31st District in the Senate of Virginia, which contains half of Loudoun’s Algonkian District.