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Loudoun County chairwoman to serve on Gov.-elect Northam’s transition team

Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) will serve on Governor-elect Ralph Northam’s 85-member transition committee.

Randall will join other state and local leaders, including Arlington County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jay Fisette (D) and Del. Lamont Bagby (D-74th), heads of coalition groups likes Lori Haas, the Virginia state director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, and statewide business leaders.

"The transition committee assists the governor in selecting his cabinet and his early crafting policy positions," Randall told the Times-Mirror. "It is my intention to bring to the forefront issues that can positively impact Loudoun County, such as our need to have our judicial vacancy filled."

The transition committee will join Northam, the state's current lieutenant governor, over the course of the next two months to lay the groundwork for his administration.

“This bipartisan group of community leaders reflects the diversity that makes our commonwealth a wonderful and inclusive place to live,” Northam said in a prepared statement.

Northam will be inaugurated Jan. 13.

Comments


Maybe Randall can help Northam with his Facebook page?


Old man yells at cloud to get off his lawn. Nobody notices.


Dennis Martire is a perfect fit if you want to regress back to the expensive bad old days for construction work.


Don’t need another judge. Government intervention started in the Nixon era and has not worked. Why spend more money on a drug court judge? To cure the problem make the penalties harsher and mandatory with no judge being able to change sentencing.If more judges were the answer there would be more.  Sure, sure Randall is the solution we have all been waiting over 40 years for, lol!

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