By TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times
Democratic candidates in Loudoun County supervisor races are claiming the Republican incumbents are campaigning on the county dime -- to the tune of $60,000. Four Democratic candidates -- Phyllis Randall for countywide chair, Andrew Resnick for Algonkian District, Koran Saines in Sterling and Anjan Chimaladinne in Dulles -- say the board's Sept. 2 vote to approve spending county funds on a transportation project mailer was a “brazenly political” move.
VaNews September 11, 2015
By JONATHAN HUNLEY , Leesburg Today
This year’s elections for the nine seats on Loudoun County’s Board of Supervisors won’t necessarily be the most expensive ever, but they’re still shaping up to be costly endeavors. Candidates in the countywide race for chairman expect to spend $200,000 to $300,000 on their campaigns, and while the price tags of contests in individual districts will vary, hopefuls are likely, as in previous runs, to fork out tens of thousands of dollars.
VaNews February 19, 2015