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Endorsements

Ralph Northam, Lieutenant Governor of Virginia

"As a pediatric neurologist and Lieutenant Governor, one of my top priorities is early childhood education and development. Koran understands the importance of pre-K and K-12 education, and that is why he has been endorsed by the Loudoun Educators Association. Active in the community for years, and having lived most of his life in Sterling, Koran will make an excellent Supervisor."

Mark Herring, Attorney General of Virginia

“Koran Saines will be a strong voice and a fierce advocate for Sterling’s future as a member of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. As Sterling's Supervisor, he will work to build consensus and focus on quality public education, relieving traffic congestion and keeping the community safe.  Koran will adhere to the highest ethical standards and won’t be preoccupied with extreme ideological crusades. I got my start in public service on the Loudoun County Board, and I know that it should work to better the lives of our friends and neighbors. I know Koran shares this philosophy and I am proud to endorse his campaign.”

 

John Chapman, Councilman on Alexandria Town Council

"I support Koran Saines in his bid for the Sterling Supervisor seat on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. Koran believes that every Sterling resident should be able to raise a family, have affordable housing, start their own business, have access to high-quality education, and enjoy the diverse culture within Sterling. Koran’s hard work and dedication will ensure that these values are brought directly to Sterling and expanded out to the rest of Loudoun County. I am proud to endorse Koran to be Sterling’s next Supervisor. "

Justin Fairfax, Esq., Former Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia

“Koran Saines will represent the people of Sterling with honesty and integrity. Through his human resources background, Koran has a proven track record of listening to concerns and creating positive outcomes from the challenges he faces. That experience will allow him to be an extremely effective and sincere Supervisor. He will also bring much needed youth and diversity to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. I am proud to support and endorse Koran for the Sterling seat.”

 

Craig Green, Hamilton Town Council, Catoctin Candidate for the Loudoun Board of Supervisors

“Koran is a well-organized, smart candidate. In the time I’ve known him, he’s been a great teammate, and very articulate on the issues facing his district. I look forward to winning the 2015 race season, and working with him on critical cross-county issues to help all citizens of Loudoun County.”

 

 

Karen Jimmerson, Councilwoman on Purcellville Town Council

"Koran Saines will represent Sterling with an honest and practical approach to governance.  He has shown great concern for the residents of his beloved community and he has a sincere willingness to listen to their concerns and provide solutions. He epitomizes determination, fairness and compassion. Through these qualities, Koran will be able to best represent the diverse population in Sterling and I support his campaign to be Sterling's Supervisor."

 

Al Nevarez, Former Candidate for Sterling Supervisor Seat

"As the current President of the Loudoun County Young Democrats and the Vice-Chair of the Loudoun County Democrats, Koran has worked tirelessly to promote democracy of the people, by the people, and for the people. As Supervisor, he will continue to promote that principle. He believes that a healthy democracy, where the people are equal participants in public decision-making, is key to finding solutions to the issues we grapple with. He believes that active, informed citizens are the pillars of democracy. He believes that a high quality, well-funded public school system lays the foundation for raising the next generation of active citizens. And he backs that up by wholeheartedly endorsing a fully funded school budget and universal, full-day kindergarten. I'm asking all of you to support Koran Saines to be Sterling District Supervisor."