Former Purcellville Council Member Karen Jimmerson Endorses Jennifer Boysko For Congress

Jimmerson: "Jennifer understands Western Loudoun and is a tireless Democratic advocate."

Today, former Purcellville Town Council Member Karen Jimmerson announced her endorsement of State Senator Jennifer Boysko in her campaign for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District. Jimmerson highlighted Boysko’s deep understanding of Western Loudoun County and her unwavering commitment to Democratic values and hard work.

“As a former elected official in Western Loudoun, I know how critical it is that our representatives truly understand the unique needs of our communities,” said Jimmerson. “Jennifer Boysko doesn’t just talk about supporting Western Loudoun — she rolls up her sleeves and puts in the hard work to deliver results. Whether she’s knocking doors for fellow Democrats, volunteering at local nonprofits, or passing landmark legislation in Richmond, Jennifer is the definition of a committed public servant.”

Jimmerson, who served on the Purcellville Town Council from 2014 to 2018, emphasized Boysko’s strong Democratic values.

“At a time when extreme Republicans are threatening our most fundamental rights, we need proven Democratic champions like Jennifer Boysko in Congress,” Jimmerson continued. “Jennifer has been on the front lines fighting to protect abortion access, take on the gun lobby, and build an economy that works for all Virginians. Western Loudoun needs her principled leadership in Washington.”

“Karen Jimmerson is a dedicated public servant who always puts people over politics,” said Boysko. “Karen has a commitment to transparent, accountable leadership that expands opportunity. I am honored to have her support.”

Prior to her tenure on the Purcellville Town Council, Jimmerson was an active volunteer and community advocate. She has helped numerous local Democrats in Loudoun win tough races.


Boysko is a Virginia State Senator and the Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee. She is the only Northern Virginia Senator negotiating Virginia’s state budget where she is working to deliver $2.5 billion in new education funding, millions to save Metro, and important investments to improve mental health services and combat climate change. Senator Boysko represented as many as 200,000 residents in Loudoun County for 8 years in the General Assembly. Among her long and accomplished legislative record, this year she carried the constitutional amendment to ensure abortion access, collective bargaining, and paid family and medical leave.

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