Democrat announces campaign for Virginia’s 32nd House District seat
An Ashburn Democrat today announced his candidacy to challenge incumbent Republican Del. Tag Greason for the Virginia House of Delegates 32nd District seat.
David Reid, a Navy veteran and businessman, is seeking to represent the district that includes Ashburn, Lansdowne, Broadlands and other slices of eastern Loudoun County.
“I’ve spent a great deal of time over the past year talking with people in the community about their concerns and frustrations with the ‘business as usual’ politics in Richmond.” Reid, who has lived in Loudoun since 2000, said in a prepared statement. “The people of Loudoun County are very ‘results oriented’and my experience in the Navy, in the community, and in business will provide them with innovative, bipartisan solutions to address the issues of transportation, education, college affordability, and public safety.”
Greason was first elected to the General Assembly's lower chamber in 2009. He most recently won re-election in 2015 by defeating Elizabeth Miller by 6 percent of the vote.
Democrat Hillary Clinton defeated Republican Donald Trump by 20 percent of vote in the 32nd District in last November's presidential election, according to the Virginia Public Access Project.
All of the Virginia House of Delegates seats will be on the ballot this November.
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