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Video: Kenny Boddye – “Welcome to Labor Day Weekend! We need your help.”


See below for a video by yet another excellent Virginia Democratic — Kenny Boddye for Prince William County Supervisor (Occoquan District). This is definitely a winnable race, and also an important one, as Democrats have a great shot at taking the majority, for the first time in many years, on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors this November 5.  That will be a *huge* change for the better from Republican control, including far-right Chair Corey Stewart. Let’s make sure it happens, along with re-electing Democrat Babur Lateef Chair of the PW County School Board, Josh King PW County Sheriff, Amy Ashworth PW County Commonwealth’s Attorney, Ann Wheeler PW County Board of Supervisors Chair, etc.

Happy Friday everyone! We are just a little over 2 months from Election Day. We’d love for you to get involved with the campaign this Labor Day Weekend:
– Our Kenny for Occoquan Labor Day Weekend Kickoff!Eileen Filler-Corn, @Delegate Hala AyalaDanica Roem – Virginia Delegate, & Delegate Elizabeth Guzman will be joining us. You can still get tickets here: https://secure.actblue.com/…/labordayki…
– Tomorrow is our Canvass Launch with Atif QarniAtif is a former @Prince William County Public Schools teacher who now serves as Virginia Secretary of Education. Don’t miss it!
– Tomorrow is the last fundraising deadline of the Summer. Anything you can spare will help but us the yardsigns, literature, stickers, mail and everything else we’ll need to win in November. You can donate online here: https://secure.actblue.com/…/abrighterf…

Thank you so much for your continued support!
– Kenny


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