Senate Democratic Leadership Congratulates Senator-Elect Boysko

Senate Democratic Leadership Congratulates Senator-Elect Boysko

RICHMOND -- This evening, Senate Democratic Leader Dick Saslaw (D-Fairfax) and Senate Democratic Caucus Chair Mamie Locke (D-Hampton) released the following statements congratulating Jennifer Boysko (D-Fairfax) on her victory in today's special election in Virginia’s 33rd Senate District.

“Today’s decisive win illustrates Virginians’ commitment to good governance and progress,” said Senate Democratic Leader Dick Saslaw (D-Fairfax). “Jennifer’s track record of success in the House of Delegates foreshadows her many future accomplishments in the Senate on behalf of all Virginia families. I look forward to working alongside her to invest in education, advocate for commonsense gun reform, and improve our infrastructure.”

“Today’s special election is the first of many victories for Virginia Democrats in 2019,” said Democratic Caucus Chair Mamie Locke (D-Hampton). “Senator-Elect Boysko’s resounding win is proof that Virginians are ready to build on the momentum of the last several years and retake both the House of Delegates and the Senate to provide more transparent, responsive, and principled leadership in Richmond. I look forward to working with Jennifer to continue fighting for a brighter future for all Virginians.”

Senator-Elect Jennifer Boysko (D-Fairfax) made the following statement upon learning of her special election win:

"I am honored to be elected as the newest Senator from the 33rd district and look forward to continuing the work of now-Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton. Together we will work to expand affordable healthcare, improve our schools and roads, build an economy that works for everyone and continue our push for gun-violence prevention." said Senator-elect Jennifer Boysko. "I want to thank all our amazing supporters and volunteers who voted, knocked doors, made phone calls, and worked to make this a grass-roots campaign." 

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