Delegate David Reid

Delegate David Reid David Reid is a decorated Navy veteran and small business owner who represents Virginia’s 32nd district in the House of Delegates.

David Reid is a decorated Navy veteran and small business owner who is running for delegate in Virginia’s 32nd House District.

Honored to be endorsed by EveryDistrict for my 2019 re-election campaign. They are a great organization!
05/02/2019
EveryDistrict

Honored to be endorsed by EveryDistrict for my 2019 re-election campaign. They are a great organization!

Despite the progress made in 2018, Republicans still control 61 state legislative chambers, while Democrats control 37. We have two more years to flip these chambers before the critical redistricting process. In 2019, EveryDistrict is supporting state legislative candidates in two states: Virginia a...

03/18/2019

One of my favorite Successes from Session was Gigi's Law (HB2599), a bill that came directly from constituents here in Loudoun County. Del. John Bell and I worked to ensure that children with special needs were legally protected against cruel and unfair seclusion and restraint practices.

Gigi's law is an great example of how individuals can influence the political process and create a more equitable government.

https://www.loudountimes.com/news/the-isolation-room-local-parents-share-horror-stories-about-school/article_ba901f88-2ec7-11e8-8ede-57e67c4140be.html

My second "Successes of Session" post is about College Affordability. When I first ran for office, I ran on reducing the...
03/06/2019
Dau and Toscano column: Something's wrong in higher education: skyrocketing college costs must come down

My second "Successes of Session" post is about College Affordability. When I first ran for office, I ran on reducing the burden of tuition on students and families in Loudoun.

In 2018, I introduced a tuition freeze that got bi-partisan support. I spent 2019 working on the bill, and the intent of it was included in the 2019 budget amendments, creating a tuition freeze for the first time!

There is much more to do to bring these costs down, but I was thrilled to achieve this goal in my first two years as your Delegate.

https://www.richmond.com/opinion/their-opinion/guest-columnists/dau-and-toscano-column-something-s-wrong-in-higher-education/article_abc6cb1b-eda4-5728-9451-e02d8dc49a89.html

By James Dau and James Toscano

As I start to share some of the successes of the 2019 Session, I want to begin with one very close to my heart. After lo...
02/28/2019

As I start to share some of the successes of the 2019 Session, I want to begin with one very close to my heart. After long negotiations, I was proud to ensure $2.3 Million in funding for the new Children's Science Center at Kincora.

I started working on this as soon as I was elected in 2017, and I'm so excited to see the museum come to Loudoun soon!

Finished the 2019 Legislative Session
02/25/2019

Finished the 2019 Legislative Session

With an immense amount of hard work in the past six weeks, my colleagues and I finished the 2019 session with many great accomplishments. I'll be sharing them in posts over the next couple weeks!

02/09/2019

In light of the mounting allegations against the Lt. Governor, it is time for him to resign and address these allegations as a private citizen. Any victim who has the courage to share their story must be respected and heard.

02/05/2019
Virginia House of Delegates Chamber Streaming

Here in Richmond, it's Crossover Day! It's one of the busiest days at the GA, where we must get all the bills out of the House and over to the Senate so we can start reviewing the bills they've passed.

Yesterday, we reviewed 165 bills, and today we have 236 bills to consider. Most of the work on bills was done in Committee, but many will have continued discussion on the floor today.

I have two bills up today for full passage in the House, HB 1704, which standardizes financial aid award letters, and HB 2647, which provides condo owners with new methods of voting by proxy.

You can follow along here:

https://virginiageneralassembly.gov/house/chamber/chamberstream.php

02/02/2019

I deeply condemn the racist and offensive costumes displayed in Gov. Northam’s yearbook. Virginia’s history is marred by these symbols of hate, and there can be no exceptions to their complete condemnation wherever they are found. As we continue the fight for equality, we must do so without Gov. Northam.

I look forward to working with my colleagues during the healing process that lies ahead.

This morning I’m at the beautiful new Event space at Main Street Station in Richmond at Clean Fuels Policy Day, hosted...
01/29/2019

This morning I’m at the beautiful new Event space at Main Street Station in Richmond at Clean Fuels Policy Day, hosted by Virginia Clean Cities!

We’re talking about the future of electric vehicles, biofuels, alternative energy sources, and how we can advance these goals the legislative process.

This morning, I’m defending HB 2476 — The College Affordability Act — before the House Education Subcommittee. Whe...
01/21/2019

This morning, I’m defending HB 2476 — The College Affordability Act — before the House Education Subcommittee.

When I ran for office, I committed to doing everything I can to reduce the burden of tuition on Virginia families. This bill would force colleges that increase tuition most frequently to stop, and those that do a better job of controlling costs to slow their raises.

I’m happy to announce the bill passed the education subcommittee 8-0.

01/15/2019

I’m joining the Loudoun Delegation and Lt Gov Justin Fairfax to provide an update on the 20th Circuit Court Vacancy at 3:30 EST.

01/14/2019

Thanks for all the birthday wishes everyone! I'm lucky to spend my birthday with my fantastic colleagues here in Richmond. :)

http://vdotplows.org/Here's an update on where the Vdot plow trucks are currently working in Ashburn and the surrounding...
01/13/2019

http://vdotplows.org/

Here's an update on where the Vdot plow trucks are currently working in Ashburn and the surrounding area.

Check out the VDOT Plows website for the most current updates.

The polls are open!  Be sure to vote today for Jennifer Barton Boysko - we need her in the State Senate to help with tra...
01/08/2019

The polls are open! Be sure to vote today for Jennifer Barton Boysko - we need her in the State Senate to help with transportation, renewable energy, college affordability, and much more!

Today’s the day! If Jennifer Wexton was your state senator, you vote today!! Regular polling place from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Let’s send Jennifer Boysko to the VA Senate!

After long negotiations alongside Del. John Bell and  Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis J. Randall I'm e...
12/04/2018

After long negotiations alongside Del. John Bell and Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis J. Randall I'm excited to announce that Distance Based Pricing will be coming to the Dulles Greenway!

When I began campaigning two years ago, I heard from you that reducing the burden that tolls place on Loudoun Families should be one of my top priorities as a Legislator, and I've worked hard to make sure this agreement protects our pocketbooks.

Please take a look at the attached release for details on the upcoming implementation of Distance Based Pricing.

Friends and family gathered today at Lansdowne Woods of Virginia for a Celebration of Life in memory of Renee Resnick.Re...
11/18/2018

Friends and family gathered today at Lansdowne Woods of Virginia for a Celebration of Life in memory of Renee Resnick.

Renee was outgoing, a great friend, and a tireless supporter. She was always so positive and she will be sorely missed.

Thank you Renee for all you did for my campaign - I will always remember you and be grateful for what we achieved together.

With Hannah Arrighi, Alison Friedman, Mike Turner, Darshan Singh Khalsa, Carol O'Donnell Khalsa, and many others.

11/18/2018
Senator Jennifer B. Boysko

Congratulations to Jennifer Barton Boysko on her nomination and thanks to all the voters in #SD33 who braved the cold, windy weather to vote.

Thank you to the voters of #SD33 for this nomination, and thank you to Friends of Charlotte McConnell and Sharafat Hussain and their supporters.
You have my word I will continue our fight for progressive values in the state Senate. Onward to January 8th!

Spent the morning at Rosa Lee Carter ES talking with constituents about Delegate Jennifer B. Boysko.  If you haven't vot...
11/17/2018

Spent the morning at Rosa Lee Carter ES talking with constituents about Delegate Jennifer B. Boysko. If you haven't voted, the polling locations are open until 4:00PM:

Loudoun Location 1 - Leesburg Tolbert Elementary 691 Potomac Station Drive NE Leesburg, VA 20176

Loudoun Location 2 - Sterling Cascades Senior Center 21060 Whitfield Place Sterling, VA 20165

Loudoun Location 3 - Ashburn Rosa Lee Carter Elementary 43330 Loudoun Reserve Dr. Ashburn, VA 20148

Fairfax Location: Herndon Herndon Municipal Center 777 Lynn Street Herndon, VA 20170

Great energy last night!!  Let's turn that into votes today for Delegate Jennifer B. Boysko in the State Senate Primary....
11/17/2018

Great energy last night!! Let's turn that into votes today for Delegate Jennifer B. Boysko in the State Senate Primary.

Vote today from 10:00AM - 4:00PM, at one of these four locations:

Loudoun Location 1 - Leesburg Tolbert Elementary 691 Potomac Station Drive NE Leesburg, VA 20176

Loudoun Location 2 - Sterling Cascades Senior Center 21060 Whitfield Place Sterling, VA 20165

Loudoun Location 3 - Ashburn Rosa Lee Carter Elementary 43330 Loudoun Reserve Dr. Ashburn, VA 20148

Fairfax Location: Herndon Herndon Municipal Center 777 Lynn Street Herndon, VA 20170

With Jennifer Wexton, John Bell, Julia Tanner, Joy Maloney, Kathy Stewart Shupe, Nathan Soules, Ken Plum, Karen Keys-Gamarra, Jennifer Baker, and many more!

11/15/2018

Don't forget to vote this Saturday; Nov. 17 for Delegate Jennifer B. Boysko for Virginia Senate, from 10:00AM - 4:00PM, at one of these four locations:

Loudoun Location 1 - Leesburg Tolbert Elementary 691 Potomac Station Drive NE Leesburg, VA 20176

Loudoun Location 2 - Sterling Cascades Senior Center 21060 Whitfield Place Sterling, VA 20165

Loudoun Location 3 - Ashburn Rosa Lee Carter Elementary 43330 Loudoun Reserve Dr. Ashburn, VA 20148

Fairfax Location: Herndon Herndon Municipal Center 777 Lynn Street Herndon, VA 20170

**Be sure to put this on your schedule!**You’re Invited!! Please join me, Jennifer Wexton, Chap Petersen, John Bell, D...
11/14/2018

**Be sure to put this on your schedule!**

You’re Invited!! Please join me, Jennifer Wexton, Chap Petersen, John Bell, Delegate Kathleen Murphy, Jeff Mckay, and Donte Tanner at a Campaign Rally supporting Delegate Jennifer B. Boysko's run for the State Senate.

Look forward to seeing you on Friday; 7:00PM at 21321 Mirror Ridge Place in Sterling!

Today we celebrated the 100th anniversary of #VeteransDay at The Marshall House  in Leesburg. I was honored to be includ...
11/11/2018

Today we celebrated the 100th anniversary of #VeteransDay at The Marshall House in Leesburg. I was honored to be included in the ceremony as we recognized all the veterans that have served, those still serving, and our missing comrades.

I was reminded of Pres. Woodrow Wilson’s remarks on the 1st anniversary of Armistice Day in 1919: “We were able to bring the vast resources, material and moral, of a great and free people to the assistance of our associates in Europe… The war showed us the strength of great nations acting together for high purposes…” These are words and ideals that are still important today.

With Jennifer Wexton, Delegate Wendy Gooditis, Mark Herring, Delegate Dave LaRock, Fernando "Marty" Martinez, Suzanne Fox for Leesburg, Briar Woods High School, and Ralph Buona.

Thanks to Larry Roeder and Sherri Simmons for organizing the The Edwin Washington Project program. This public discussio...
11/11/2018

Thanks to Larry Roeder and Sherri Simmons for organizing the The Edwin Washington Project program. This public discussion on the civil rights struggle by African-Americans for equal education in Loudoun County helps us better understand and learn from our history.

Delegate Jennifer B. Boysko is so engaged in the Loudoun community - she was at All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) on Friday, Leesburg on Saturday, and more for Sunday - Thanks so much for your support!

With Atoosa Reaser. Rizwan Jaka. Priscilla Martínez, Kelly Burk, Leesburg, John Bell, and Eric Williams.

@Jennifer Barton Boysko was a tremendous help and supporter to me during my campaign, someone I could always turn to for...
11/07/2018
Senator Jennifer B. Boysko

@Jennifer Barton Boysko was a tremendous help and supporter to me during my campaign, someone I could always turn to for sound advice in the General Assembly, and a tireless worker for issues facing Loudoun County and our region. I'm looking forward to seeing her continue all that hard work in the State Senate!

What an exciting night! Huge congratulations to all of the candidates who won their races across Virginia and the nation. Now that we have gotten Jennifer Wexton across the finish line we have more work to do and I need your help. Let's protect her legacy in the State Senate. I'm running!

Outstanding tour this morning at Pinebrook ES! Thanks to the 5th graders for the tour and answering ALL my questions, Ms...
11/02/2018

Outstanding tour this morning at Pinebrook ES!

Thanks to the 5th graders for the tour and answering ALL my questions, Ms. Miller’s class for letting me help with the snack cart, and to the kindergarteners for playing soccer with me.

Look forward to seeing you in Richmond!

Pinebrook Elementary School The Official Loudoun County Public Schools

I was shocked and saddened to hear the horrible news coming out of Pittsburgh - I know we are better than this.My heart ...
10/27/2018
11 killed, several wounded, in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

I was shocked and saddened to hear the horrible news coming out of Pittsburgh - I know we are better than this.

My heart goes out to the families, their friends, and to the entire Tree of Life Synagogue community.

This is a developing story.

Today we honor Sergeant Major Chaturbhuj Gidwani (Retd.) who passed away on Veteran's Day 2017.  He was laid to rest tod...
10/23/2018

Today we honor Sergeant Major Chaturbhuj Gidwani (Retd.) who passed away on Veteran's Day 2017. He was laid to rest today at Arlington National Cemetery.

Sergeant Major Gidwani was born in 1938 in Karachi (Undivided India), immigrated to the US in 1966, and joined the US Army Reserve in 1973.

During his service in the US Army Reserve, he was awarded the National Defense Service Medal and the Joint Service Achievement Medal.

Thank you to Sergeant Major Gidwani for your service to the United States.

What an amazing weekend visiting with and listening to the diverse members of our community!The Democratic Asian America...
10/15/2018

What an amazing weekend visiting with and listening to the diverse members of our community!

The Democratic Asian Americans of Virginia #Diwali2018 Festival of Lights celebrated the "victory of light over darkness” and had Tim Kaine, Gerry Connolly, and Jennifer Wexton as headline speakers. Loudoun County Democrats were well-represented with Kannan Srinivasan, Zachary Pruckowski, Ryan Frasier, John Bell, and several others - way to go LCDC!!

Tim Kaine, Jennifer Wexton, Jennifer Barton Boysko, John Bell, and I had another wonderful visit with our friends (Jalmeen Soni, Darshan Singh Khalsa, Adarsh Khalsa) at the Raj Khalsa Gurdwara, where we discussed a wide variety of community issues.

At the 4th Annual Enslaved Memorial & Belmont Wreath Laying Ceremony we were able to see what happens when members of the community work together to achieve a shared vision. Pastor Michelle C. Thomas, Chair Phyllis J. Randall, All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS), Loudoun Chamber, and other members of the community worked for several years to make this day possible.

Jennifer Wexton, Wendy Gwen Wallace Gooditis, and I were honored to Co-Patron and see SB163 signed into law, which added the 44 gravesites at the African-American Belmont Cemetery to the State’s historical register.

Happy 25th Anniversary to the Love of my Life!I often tell our daughters, “If you enjoy what you do, it will never see...
10/09/2018

Happy 25th Anniversary to the Love of my Life!

I often tell our daughters, “If you enjoy what you do, it will never seem like work.” The same can be said for our time together, it is such a joy being married to you, it doesn’t seem like 25-years :-)

Congratulations to all my colleagues on their 2018 Environmental Leadership Awards!  …and thanks to the Sierra Club Vi...
10/01/2018

Congratulations to all my colleagues on their 2018 Environmental Leadership Awards! …and thanks to the Sierra Club Virginia Chapter for hosting the annual awards dinner at the beautiful Bear Creek Lake State Park in Cumberland, VA! It was an honor to be recognized among this bipartisan group from both houses of the General Assembly. Kate Addleson Mark Keam Chris Hurst Chap Petersen Bob Shippee Sam Rasoul Emmett Hanger Jennifer Carroll Foy

Yesterday I had the honor of presenting the keynote address at the 2018 Collaborations Conference being held in Norfolk,...
09/25/2018

Yesterday I had the honor of presenting the keynote address at the 2018 Collaborations Conference being held in Norfolk, VA. The conference is a combination of public and private providers who support persons with disabilities to find and maintain employment, who support people in housing, and support people in day programs.

They asked me to share my personal story as an example of someone who overcome obstacles as a child and has since given back through years of service in the community, in the Navy Reserves, and now as Delegate representing #VA32.

Here are a few quotes from my speech titled, “Choose to take Away the Positive.”

“How we treat our children, our seniors, and those who need our help the most, is a direct reflection on who we are as a society. Today, as I look out at all of you, the reflection I see back, is a vision of what is best about who we are as a people.”

“Every day, in everything we do, we have the opportunity to make a decision. We can dwell on the negative, we can dwell on ‘what might have been,’ or we can choose to take away the positive. I choose to take away the positive, and I challenge you to do the same.”

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