Democrat Walbridge Outraises Republican Incumbent Three to One
Updated: Jun 11, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 21, 2019
Round Hill — Democratic candidate for the Blue Ridge seat on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Tia Walbridge announced that her campaign raised over $33,000 in the first reporting period of the year, outraising incumbent Tony Buffington three to one.
"The overwhelming support and energy we’re seeing as we launch the campaign is truly inspiring,” Walbridge said. “Loudoun wants representation that speaks and responds directly to our needs, from well-funded schools to open, public green spaces throughout Loudoun. I am proud to have this support, and I am excited to step forward and bring the type of representation the Blue Ridge district deserves."
Walbridge is a sheep farmer and small-business owner in Western Loudoun. She serves on the Virginia Agricultural Council and the board of Loudoun County Farm Bureau. Tia is a passionate supporter of strong and well-supported public schools, small businesses, and agricultural preservation in Loudoun County.
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