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Meet Senator Boysko
A longtime Herndon resident, Jennifer Boysko has a history of bringing people together to get things done. First elected to the Virginia State Legislature in 2016, she has worked on addressing problems like educational funding, health care access, and efficient transportation. In 2023, she is seeking to be reelected to a second full term in the Virginia State Senate.
Through years of work at the local, state, and federal levels, Jennifer has the experience and relationships to improve life for all who live in the 38th district.
Senator Boysko has been a grassroots education activist long before first being elected. She seeks to increase funding for public education and seek better outcomes for students. She is proud to have been awarded Virginia Education Association’s “Solid as a Rock” for her voting history on education.
Senator Boysko is committed to protecting our environment in the face of climate change with a 100% voting record with the Virginia League of Conservation Voters.
An Economy That Works for All
It’s important to make sure that all Virginians have access and training for high-quality jobs.
Reproductive Rights and Affordable, High-Quality Healthcare
Senator Boysko seeks to expand access to high-quality healthcare to all members of the District. In particular, she is a fierce advocate for women’s healthcare, including safe abortions and contraception. She is honored to have helped pass Medicaid expansion in the state, expanding coverage to over 400,000 Virginians.
About Virginia’s 38th District
District 38 was newly reformed as part of the 2021 redistricting process. It is a wonderfully diverse community with world-class resources including hospitals, entertainment, international companies, and small businesses. Nestled on the banks of the Potomac River, District 38 includes a number of parks and recreation activities.
Catch up with Senator Boysko through our Newsletter
Happy Mother’s Day!
Happy Mother’s Day to all moms! As we celebrate, I am so grateful to be the mom of my girls Hannah and Sophie Claire, and for my own mom Dianne who inspired me with her strength and resilience.
Happy for Spring!
I am officially on the ballot and have started to reach out to community members in our newly created 38th District…
Back Home for Now
The 2023 session of the General Assembly wrapped up, for now, on Saturday…