For Immediate Release
November 5, 2019
EMILYs List Congratulates Jennifer Boysko on Her Re-Election to Virginia Senate District 33
WASHINGTON, D.C. — As races continue to be called in favor of pro-choice Democratic women across Virginia, EMILYs List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, congratulated Sen. Jennifer Boysko on her victory in Virginia's 33rd Senate District. EMILYs List President Stephanie Schriock released the following statement:
“EMILY's List is thrilled to congratulate Sen. Jennifer Boysko on her re-election. As a senator representing the Dulles technology corridor, Jennifer has sought ways to use technology effectively for Virginians and has sponsored bills to improve traffic congestion and transportation. She has proven herself to be a true advocate for families, and EMILY's List is proud to support Jennifer as she continues to be a voice for all Virginians.”
EMILYs List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, has raised over $600 million to elect pro-choice Democratic women candidates. With a grassroots community of over five million members, EMILY's List helps Democratic women win competitive campaigns – across the country and up and down the ballot – by recruiting and training candidates, supporting strong campaigns, researching the issues that impact women and families, and turning out women voters to the polls. Since our founding in 1985, we have helped elect 150 women to the House, 26 to the Senate, 16 governors, and nearly 1,100 women to state and local office. Nearly 40 percent of the candidates EMILYs List has helped elect to Congress have been women of color. During the historic 2017-2018 cycle, EMILYs List raised a record-breaking $110 million and launched a record independent expenditure campaign. We helped elect 34 new women to the House, including 24 red-to-blue victories; enough seats to have delivered the U.S. House majority alone. Since the 2016 election, more than 50,000 women have reached out to EMILY's List about running for office laying the groundwork for the next decade of candidates for local, state and national offices.