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Tomorrow: Two Candidate Forums

You know that growth remains an important issue in Loudoun County. It affects our taxes, commutes, families, and communities. Our Platform for Loudoun's Future calls on the Board of Supervisors to manage growth to meet our existing community needs and implement the vision set forth by our Comprehensive Plan. It describes what we've heard from so many of you and outlines how Loudoun can grow in a sustainable way.

The Campaign for Loudoun's Future doesn't endorse specific candidates, but we hope you will attend one of the forums listed below. If you are unsure which district you live in, look at this map or call the Voter Registration Office at 703-777-0380.

Candidate Forum with candidates for Sterling, Sugarland Run, and Potomac Districts
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
7:00-9:00 PM

Potomac Falls High School
Sponsored by the Loudoun League of Women Voters

Candidate Night in Lansdowne
with Candidates for State Delegate and Board of Supervisors
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
7:00-10:00 PM
(See below for schedule)
Potomac Club, 43459 Riverpoint Dr., Lansdowne
Sponsored by the Lansdowne on the Potomac HOA

*Residents are invited to submit questions for the candidates by 7 PM on Tuesday, Oct. 16. Email them to Each candidate will have three minutes for a personal introduction followed by three questions about topical issues. Peggy Fox, a news correspondent for WUSA-TV/Channel 9, will be the moderator.

7 PM Virginia House of Delegates District 32
David Poisson (D), Incumbent
Lynn Chapman (R), Challenger

7:30 PM Virginia Senate District 33
Mark Herring (D), Incumbent
Patricia B. Phillips (R), Challenger

8 PM Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, Broad Run District
Lori Waters (R), Incumbent
Phyllis Randall (D), Challenger
Jack Ryan (I), Challenger

8:45 – 9 PM Intermission

9 PM Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, Catoctin District
Sally R. “Sally” Kurtz (D), Incumbent
Geary Higgins (R), Challenger

9:30 PM Virginia House of Delegates District 33
Fernando “Marty” Martinez (D), Challenger
Joe T. May (R), Incumbent (attendance not confirmed as of 10/01/07)



Rebecca Perring, Coalition for Smarter Growth
On behalf of the Campaign for Loudoun's Future


Together, We're Fighting to Protect the Quality of Life in Loudoun

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