Loudoun County Chair Phyllis Randall Endorses Suhas Subramanyam for Delegate in District 87


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 5/16/2019
CONTACT: Tess Bettler, 502-296-1411

(Sterling, Va.) - Suhas Subramanyam, Democratic candidate for Delegate in District 87, has been endorsed by Loudoun County Chair Phyllis Randall. Chair Randall has served Loudoun County as Chairperson since 2015.

Chair Randall joins several other elected officials and community leaders in the Northern Virginia area who have endorsed Subramanyam’s candidacy. Subramanyam has been endorsed by Del. Kathleen Murphy, Del. Mark Sickles, Sen. Dave Marsden, Sen. Chap Petersen, and Sen. Barbara Favola. He is also endorsed by Del. John Bell, who has served the 87th District since 2015 and has vacated the seat to run for the State Senate in District 13.

“I’m honored to be endorsed by Chair Randall, who has been a true champion for Loudoun families and progressive values on the Board of Supervisors,” said Subramanyam. “Her dedication to Loudoun’s schools, infrastructure, and health is unparalleled. I look forward to supporting her work in the House of Delegates.”

"I am announcing my endorsement for Suhas Subramanyam for Delegate in District 87. As Chair At-Large of the Loudoun Board of Supervisors, I know he is a young leader in the community that I believe will be an important voice to represent the constituents of the 87th District while in Richmond," Chair Randall said. "His work on the Loudoun Health Council as well as being a volunteer firefighter speaks to Suhas’ dedication to put the needs of Loudoun families first. I’m looking forward to supporting Suhas as he advocates, promotes and finds solutions for us locally in Loudoun County and throughout the 87th District."