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The Latest from the HD86 Democratic Nomination Contest (1/12/19): Kofi Annan, Ibraheem Samirah, Chad Thompson, Mike O’Reilly


HD86 (parts of Fairfax County/Loudoun County) Democrats will be holding a “firehouse primary” on Saturday, January 12 to select a nominee to replace Del. Jennifer Boysko (D-HD86), assuming she wins (which is highly likely) her special election for State Senate (the seat being vacated by Congresswoman-elect Jennifer Wexton) on January 8. The candidates for HD86 are Kofi Annan, Ibraheem Samirah, Chad Thompson and Mike O’Reilly. See below for the latest from each of them. Also note the following information regarding this nomination.

Caucus Date: Saturday, January 12, 2019
Time: vote any time between 10:00am to 4:00pm
Locations: 86th District voters may cast a ballot at either of these two locations:

Franklin Middle School, 3300 Lees Corner Road, Chantilly, VA 20151
Dranesville Elementary School, 1515 Powells Tavern Pl, Herndon, VA 20170

First, Kofi Annan:

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Kofi Annan is meeting awesome people with Shareem Patrice Annan

Next, Ibraheem Samirah:

Shareem and I knocked doors in the 86th all day today. It was great meeting so many supporters, but the hidden benefit was working off some of those calories from yesterday.

From Chad Thompson:

It’s time to get out and vote Virginia! The Democratic Primary is on January 12th in the 86th District and you can vote at Franklin Middle from 10 am – 4 pm. Make sure you get out and vote for Chad to be the Democratic nominee for Delegate to represent you down in Richmond! Make sure you can vote for Chad here by looking up your district here: https://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/

From Mike O’Reilly:

Excited to put my experience to work for District 86 – don’t forget to vote on Jan 12! Check out my website for more info.

(Updated at 3:54 p.m.) Former Herndon Mayor Mike O’Reilly announced on Friday (Dec. 14) that he will vie for the Virginia House of Delegates seat representing the 86th District, which includes Herndon. Del. Jennifer Boysko, who currently holds the seat, plans to run for the State Senate seat to…

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