Loudoun County Supervisor And Vice-Chair Juli Briskman Endorses Jennifer Boysko For Congress

Briskman: "Jennifer understands Loudoun County and will represent our values in Congress."

Sterling, VA — Today, Loudoun County Supervisor Juli Briskman (D-Algonkian District) announced her endorsement of State Senator Jennifer Boysko in her campaign for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District. Briskman highlighted Boysko’s deep ties to Loudoun County and her experience delivering results for the region.

“As a Loudoun County Supervisor, I know how critical it is that our member of Congress understands our community’s unique needs and concerns,” said Supervisor Briskman. “Jennifer Boysko doesn’t just understand Loudoun — she’s been our champion for years. Her Senate district included over 200,000 Loudoun residents, a full quarter of the 10th Congressional District. Jennifer has fought tirelessly for Loudoun families and will hit the ground running as our Congresswoman on day one.”

Briskman, who also serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Supervisors, emphasized the importance of electing a representative with local government experience.

“Having a member of Congress who knows how to partner with local officials to get things done is invaluable,” Briskman continued. “From preventing gun violence to protecting abortion access to supporting working families through paid leave and collective bargaining, I know Jennifer will be the ally Loudoun needs in Washington. I’m proud to endorse her campaign.”

“Juli Briskman is a dedicated public servant and fearless advocate for Loudoun County. I’m grateful to have her support,” said Boysko. “Juli knows how to stand up for what’s right, even in the face of powerful opposition. I look forward to working together on behalf of all our Loudoun neighbors.”

Prior to her election to the Board of Supervisors in 2019, Briskman had a diverse career spanning journalism, international relations, education, and business. She began as a journalist, interning at the Kuwait Times, before serving as a community liaison officer for the U.S. Department of State in embassies abroad. Briskman has also been a marketing executive and a yoga instructor. A single mother of two, Briskman has lived in Loudoun County for over 20 years and has been an active community volunteer with local schools, sports teams, and her church.


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