Loudoun Delegate Atoosa Reaser Endorses Jennifer Boysko For Congress

Reaser: "Jennifer has a heart of gold and a spine of steel."

Today, Virginia Delegate Atoosa Reaser (D-27th District) announced her endorsement of State Senator Jennifer Boysko in her campaign for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District. Reaser, the first Iranian-American elected to the Virginia General Assembly, highlighted Boysko’s unwavering commitment to fighting for the rights and freedoms of all Virginians.

“As someone whose family fled Iran during a revolution that stripped away freedoms, especially from women, I deeply understand the importance of electing leaders who will protect our rights,” said Delegate Reaser. “Jennifer Boysko is exactly the kind of leader we need in Congress right now. Jennifer will never back down from fighting for the rights of women, people of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, and all those whose freedoms are under attack.”

Reaser, who served on the Loudoun County School Board prior to her election to the House of Delegates, emphasized Boysko’s strong ties to the community.

“Having lived in Loudoun County for over 20 years, I know how critical it is that our member of Congress understands our unique needs,” Reaser continued. “Jennifer represented half of Loudoun County in the State Senate, and she has consistently proven herself to be a tireless advocate for our families.”

“Atoosa Reaser is a fearless champion for the people of Loudoun County and all of Virginia. I am honored to have her support,” said Boysko. “Atoosa’s personal story is a testament to the importance of protecting the rights and opportunities that make America a beacon of hope for so many. I look forward to working together to ensure that every Virginian, no matter their background, can thrive.”
With a diverse background spanning law, education, and public service, Reaser has been a leader in advocating for at-risk youth and fighting for the rights of all Virginians. Her endorsement underscores Boysko’s commitment to being a strong voice for the 10th Congressional District in Washington.

In 2023, Delegate Reaser made history as the first Iranian-American elected to the Virginia General Assembly. She has hit the ground running introducing bills to help consumers, curb gun violence, and protect our voting rights. She and Senator Boysko carried an anti-hazing bill expanding on the policies put in place in memory and honor of Loudoun resident Adam Oakes.


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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