Walbridge Momentum Accelerates, Out-Raises Incumbent Yet Again
Fight for Blue Ridge Intensifies As Tia Maintains Lead with Grassroots Support
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 4, 2019
Round Hill —Today, Tia Walbridge, Democratic nominee for Blue Ridge Supervisor, announced that her campaign raised over $37,000 during the last filing period, out-fundraising her opponent 3:2. While incumbent Tony Buffington continues to be funded by big-dollar donors, the majority of Walbridge’s contributions come in under $100.
“Loudoun residents are realizing more and more each day how much is at stake in the upcoming election,” Walbridge said. “This is about preserving Loudoun's character and balance, supporting Loudoun's economy, and bringing eastern and western Loudoun together to fight for our common interests. This next Board of Supervisors will decide Loudoun’s future for the next 20 years. Our campaign is about making sure residents have a say in that future.”
Walbridge also maintains a nearly $20,000 cash-on-hand advantage, which will be critical in communicating with voters across Loudoun’s largest district.
Tia is a sheep farmer and small business owner. She was appointed to sit on the Virginia Agricultural Council and is a board member of Loudoun County Farm Bureau. She also serves on the board of Dandelion Meadow, a nonprofit that provides facilities for women battling addiction in Loudoun County. She's endorsed by Rep. Jennifer Wexton, Sen. Boysko, Del. John Bell, Del. Wendy Gooditis, and Vote Mama PAC, a group dedicated to supporting mothers running for office.
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