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Jennifer Carroll Foy Receives Endorsements and Support from Local Leaders and Unions in Prince William and Fairfax

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See below for an impressive, lengthy list of endorsements for SD33 Democratic candidate (former Delegate) Jennifer Carroll Foy’s campaign. FYI, SD33 is a strongly “blue” district located in Prince William County (64.2%) and Fairfax County (35.8%).  The other Democratic candidate running for this seat is former Del. Hala Ayala, who several days ago released a list of endorsements by “more than 50 Virginia elected officials and community leaders.”

For Immediate Release

April 11, 2022

Jennifer Carroll Foy Receives Endorsements and Support from Local Leaders and Unions in Prince William and Fairfax

Woodbridge, VA – Today, Jennifer Carroll Foy’s campaign for State Senate District 33 announced that it had secured key endorsements and support from local leaders and unions in Prince William and Fairfax.

Carroll Foy’s new Prince William and Fairfax endorsements include:

  • Ann Wheeler, Chair at-large – Prince William County
  • Steve Descano, Fairfax Commonwealth Attorney
  • Rodney Lusk, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Member – Lee District
  • Stella Pekarsky, Fairfax County School Board Chair – Sully District
  • Laura Jane Cohen, Fairfax School Board Member – Springfield District
  • Rachna Sizemore Heizer, Fairfax County School Board Vice-Chair Member-at-Large
  • Karl Frisch, Fairfax County School Board Member – Providence District
  • Margaret Franklin, Prince William Board of Supervisors Member – Woodbridge
  • Kenny Boddye, Prince William Board of Supervisors Member – Occoquan
  • Karl Becker, Vice Chair of Prince William County Coles District Democratic Committee
  • Paul Friedman, Fairfax County Community Leader
  • Siddique Sheikh, Prince William County Community and Business Leader
  • George Hampton, Prince William County Community Leader

Additionally, Carroll Foy received support for her State Senate race from labor unions representing thousands of members in Prince William and Fairfax, including:

  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
  • International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers (SMART)
  • Mid Atlantic Pipe Trades
  • International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers

Since announcing in January, Carroll Foy has secured endorsements from leaders and activists from across the Commonwealth, including:

  • Congressman Donald McEachin (VA-04)
  • Ann Wheeler, Prince William Board of Supervisors Chair
  • Steve Descano, Fairfax Commonwealth Attorney
  • Rodney Lusk, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Member – Lee District
  • Stella Pekarsky, Fairfax County School Board Chair – Sully District
  • Laura Jane Cohen, Fairfax School Board Member – Springfield District
  • Rachna Sizemore Heizer, Fairfax County School Board Vice-Chair Member-at-Large
  • Karl Frisch, Fairfax County School Board Member – Providence District
  • Margaret Franklin, Prince William Board of Supervisors Member – Woodbridge
  • Kenny Boddye, Prince William Board of Supervisors Member – Occoquan
  • George Hampton, Prince William County Community Leader
  • Haseeb Javed, Manassas Park aCity Council Member
  • Darryl Moore, Manassas Park City Council Member
  • Karl Becker, Prince William County Coles Democratic Committee Vice Chair
  • Willie Bailey Sr., Alexandria School Board Member
  • Shekar Narasimhan, AAPI Activist and Organizer
  • Robert Barnette, Civil Rights Activist
  • Matt Royer, Progressive Activist and 8th CD Committee Member
  • Tammie Miller Jennings, Vice Chair of Prince George Democratic Committee
  • JD Spain, Arlington Civil Rights Leader
  • Paul Friedman, Fairfax Community Leader
  • Patricia Richie Folks, Treasurer – Manassas City
  • Darryl Moore, City Council Member – Manassas Park
  • Haseeb Javed, City Council Member – Manassas Park
  • Mayor Michelle Davis-Younger, City of Manassas
  • Delegate Sally Hudson (VA-57)
  • Evelyn I. BruMar, Prince William County Human Rights Commissioner, Virginia LGBTQ+ Advisory Board Member
  • Walter Alcorn, Fairfax County Board of Supervisor – Hunter Mill District
  • Phyllis J. Randall, Loudoun County Chair at-Large
  • Maya Guy, Stafford County School Board Member – Aquia District
  • Delegate Dan Helmer (VA-40)
  • Alyia Gaskins, Alexandria City Councilmember
  • Loree Williams, School Board Member – Woodbridge District
  • Qasim Rashid, Human Rights Lawyer and Former Democratic nominee for U.S. Congress
  • The Hon. Delegate Joshua G. Cole (VA-28)
  • Stephanie Rizzi, 5th District School Board Representative – Richmond Public Schools
  • Mayor Samuel Parham, City of Petersburg
  • Vice Mayor Annette Smith-Lee, City of Petersburg
  • Pam Yeung, Stafford Vice Chair Board of Supervisors – Garrisonville District
  • Delegate Michelle Maldonado (VA-50)
  • Delegate Nadarius Clark (VA-79)
  • Selonia Miles, Councilwoman – Town of Dumfries
  • Harry W. Wiggins, Occoquan Democratic Committee Chair 2019-2021 & Prince William Democratic Committee Chair 2012-2018
  • Koran T. Saines, Vice Chairman of Loudoun Board of Supervisors – Sterling District
  • Lisa Sales, Sexual & Domestic Violence/Women’s Rights & Equity Advocate
  • Mayor Earnie Porta, Town of Occoquan
  • Veronica Coleman, Pastor and Community Leader
  • Linda Sperling, Former Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Candidate and Local Activist
  • Lisa A. Zargarpur, Prince William School Board member – Coles District
  • Anika Rahman, Community Leader
  • Delegate Chris L. Hurst (VA-16)
  • Delegate Kelly Convirs-Fowler (VA-21)
  • Justin David Wilk, School Board Representative – Potomac District
  • Tinesha Allen, Stafford County Board of Supervisors
  • Buta Biberaj, Commonwealth’s Attorney – Loudoun County
  • Tavorise K. Marks, Civil Rights Leader and Small Business Owner
  • Raheel Sheikh, Prince William County Community Leader and Activist
  • Yolanda Roussell, Community Leader
  • Delegate Rodney Willett (VA-73)
  • Kenya Gibson, Vice Chair Richmond City School Board
  • Ricardy Anderson, Fairfax County School Board Member – Mason District
  • Melanie Meren, Fairfax County School Board Member
  • Kecia S.Evans, Former Candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates
  • Susan Platt, Former Chief of Staff to Sen Joe Biden and Former Candidate for Lt. Governor
  • Gene Rossi, Former Career Federal Prosecutor & Candidate for VA Lt Governor
  • Gwendolyn Bell, Former Candidate for Stafford County Board of Supervisor – Rock Hill
  • Atiba Muse, Former Petersburg City Public School Board Member – Ward 2
  • Sylvia Glass, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors – Broad Run District Supervisor
  • Collin Robinson, Former Prince William County Democratic Committee Chair
  • Ralph Smith, Manassas City Councilman
  • Irina Khanin, Child Advocacy Attorney, Vice President of Winchester Education Foundation, Community Activist, and Former Candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates
  • Shyamali Roy Hauth, Community Organizer & Former Candidate for Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
  • Donte Tanner, Board of Zoning Appeals Member
  • Idris O’Connor, Coles District Committee Chairperson
  • Victor S. Angry, Prince William County Board of Supervisors – Neabsco District
  • Parisa Dehghani-Tafti, Commonwealth’s Attorney – Arlington County & City of Falls Church
  • LaVeesha Rollins, Community Activist.
  • Aeshah Sheikh, Prince William County Community Activist
  • Mansimran S. Kahlon, Prince William County Soil & Water Conservation Board Member & Community Activist
  • Rob Perry, Planning Commissioner – Occoquan District
  • Lillie Jessie, Prince William County School Board Member
  • Richard Jessie, Prince William County Community Leader & Democratic Political Consultant
  • Maritza Zermeno, Former Mt. Vernon Democratic Committee Chair & Community Organizer
  • David Pala, Former Prince William County Democratic Committee Executive Director
  • Tiziana Bottino, Prince William County Soil and Water Conservation District Director Vangie Williams, Former Congressional Candidate & Business Owner
  • Mo Seifeldein, Former Alexandria Councilmember
  • Alicia Plerhoples, Fairfax Community Leader & Former Candidate for Fairfax County Chair
  • Peter Weyland, Transportation Chair for South County Federation, LCAC Board Member, Mason Neck Citizens Association Board Member, South Fairfax Chamber of Commerce Board Member and Co-Founder
  • Diane L. Raulston, Prince William County School Board Member – Neabsco District ● State Senator Joseph D. Morrissey (VA-16)

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Jennifer Carroll Foy has dedicated her life to service. As one of the first women to graduate from Virginia Military Institute, a former foster mom, a magistrate judge, and public defender, Jennifer has embodied the ideals of community, honor and commitment in every facet of her life. During her time in the legislature, Jennifer led the way on the Equal Rights Amendment, proudly supported the successful fight to expand Medicaid to over 500,000 Virginians, and passed a budget that includes a three percent salary increase for teachers. She is a proud mother to twin four-year-olds, and wife to her husband Jeff, who she met her first week at VMI.

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