2019 Elections for County Board of Supervisors
Candidates Questionnaire on Rural Policy Issues

Many of Loudoun’s most valuable rural areas are being rapidly and permanently degraded by the proliferation of residential subdivisions on former farmland and open spaces. For many voters, this will be an important issue in the 2019 Board of Supervisors’ elections.

 

To help inform county voters on the positions their candidates have taken, Save Rural Loudoun, the Coalition of Loudoun Towns, and the Loudoun County Farm Bureau circulated a questionnaire to all candidates for the County Board of Supervisors. The table below contains links to all the responses that candidates have provided to date.

 

Save Rural Loudoun's positions on the issues raised in the questionnaire are described on the "Solutions" page of this website.

Candidate

District

Response

Robert J. Ohneiser (I)

Chairman At Large

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Phyllis Randall (D)

Chairman At Large

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John C. L. Whitbeck, Jr. (R)

Chairman At Large

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Juli Briskman (D)

Algonkian District 

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Suzanne Volpe (R)

Algonkian District 

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Mick Staton (R)

Ashburn District

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Mike Turner (D)

Ashburn District

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Tony R. Buffington, Jr. (R)

Blue Ridge

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Tia Walbridge (D)

Blue Ridge 

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Jim G. Bonfils (R)

Broad Run

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Sylvia Glass (D)

Broad Run

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James Forest Hayes (D)

Catoctin 

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Caleb A. Kershner (R)

Catoctin 

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Samuel Kroiz (I)

Catoctin 

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Matthew F. Letourneau (R)

Dulles

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Sreedhar Nagireddi (D)

Dulles

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Kristen C. Umstattd (D)

Leesburg

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Damien P. Katsirubas (I)

Sterling

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Koran T. Saines (D)

Sterling

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