Meet Senator Boysko

Senator Jennifer B. Boysko is running to represent the newly formed 38th District in the Virginia State Senate. Currently, Senator Boysko represents the 33rd District in the Virginia Senate. She was first elected to the Senate in 2019 and previously served as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 2015 to 2019. During her time in Richmond, she has focused on pro-business and progressive causes, while maintaining a commitment to fiscal responsibility.

Her current committee assignments include the Judiciary Committee, Transportation Committee, General Laws and Technology Committee, Privileges and Elections Committee, and the Rehabilitation and Social Services Committee. In addition, she serves on a number of boards and commissions for the Commonwealth.

A lifetime of public service

Even before she was elected to office, Senator Boysko was committed to public service. She served as an aide to Fairfax County Supervisor John Foust. Governor McAuliffe appointed her as a Citizen Member of the Virginia Board of Real Estate. Additionally, her first job was in the U.S. Senate office of Richard Shelby from her home state of Alabama when he was a Democrat.

A veteran campaigner, Boysko has given her time and talent as a grassroots organizer for dozens of other candidates.

A leader in the community

Senator Boysko and her husband, Glenn, have lived in Historic Downtown Herndon since 1996.  A leader in the community, she has volunteered with a number of causes including the Herndon Fortnightly Club, the Rotary Club of Herndon, the C4 Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia, Herndon High School PTSA Board and Sports Boosters, the Herndon Optimists, St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, and Cornerstones.

She is a graduate of Hollins University in Roanoke, VA and was raised in Alabama and Arkansas.

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Top Policy Priorities

World-Class Education

An Economy That Works for All

Reproductive Rights and Affordable, High-Quality Healthcare

Environmental Protection

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