FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 12/11/2018
CONTACT: Tess Bettler
Several Northern Virginia members of the Virginia General Assembly have endorsed Suhas Subramanyam for 87th District in the Virginia House of Delegates, which includes parts of Loudoun and Prince William Counties. They join current 87th District Delegate John Bell, who is leaving the seat to run for the State Senate and announced his endorsement of Suhas in November.
Del. Kathleen Murphy (D-McLean) also offered her full endorsement: “I am happy to endorse Suhas Subramanyam for Delegate in the 87th District. Suhas has a solid record of getting things done in government and will be a strong advocate in the House of Delegates for the issues so important to this district. He will stand up for gun safety, fight for more funding for our schools, and help address the growing traffic problems. I look forward to working with him in the House of Delegates.”
Sen. Dave Marsden (D-Fairfax) said this of Subramanyam’s candidacy: “I am confident that Suhas is the right choice for the 87th district. His background and experience as a lawyer and White House advisor make him uniquely qualified to be a strong advocate for working families in Loudoun and Prince William counties.”
Suhas is also endorsed by:
These officials join Del. John Bell (D-Chantilly), Mayor Kelly Burk (D-Leesburg), and former 87th District Candidate and Ashburn community leader Monte Johnson in their support for Suhas Subramanyam’s candidacy.
Suhas Subramanyam is a small business owner and attorney in Sterling, Virginia. He was a White House technology advisor during the Obama administration, and he is the founder and CEO of consulting firm S2 Impact LLC. He advises companies and nonprofits on technology, government regulations, and economic empowerment.
He is also a member of the Rotary Club of Ashburn, the Loudoun Health Council, and serves as a volunteer firefighter with the Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department. He is the son of Indian-American immigrants.