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February 28, 2014 Published in Choice 2014

Campaign Kickoff For Mayor Bill Euille

Mayor Euille discusses 2014 legislative agenda. (Photo: Wayne Hulehan)

Mayor Bill Euille (Photo: Wayne Hulehan)

Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille will be hosting his congressional campaign kickoff on Tuesday March 4, 6:30PM at The Birchmere 3701 Mt. Vernon Avenue.  He will be joined by some of the many community leaders who have endorsed him including:

Alexandria City Councilors: John Chapman, Tim Lovain, Del Pepper; Alexandria Commonwealth’s Attorney Bryan Porter; Alexandria School Board Members:  Ronnie Campbell, William Campbell, and many others throughout the 8th congressional district.

With over 30 years of committed service, Mayor Euille is running for Congress to get results on issues that matter most to the people of the 8th District.  He brings a background and proven track record in and out of elected office that sets him apart from the competition.  From growing up in Alexandria public housing to becoming the first in his family to earn a college degree to starting his own successful business to becoming Alexandria’s first African American mayor, Bill Euille has built a reputation as a hands-on, results driven and respected regional leader.  

 He has tirelessly worked to address many of the region’s most challenging issues and, in the process, presided over more than a decade of legislative advances such as passage of the Commonwealth’s first living wage ordinance, award winning mixed use housing developments, the creation of thousands of jobs and local economic development, upgraded aging infrastructure, worked to reduce the reliance on fossil fuels, and demonstrated an unwavering support for equality for all.  He looks forward to bringing that same commitment, passion, work ethic and fighting spirit to Congress.

The Kickoff is open to the public and all are welcome.  

To learn more about Mayor Bill Euille’s campaign to represent Northern Virginia in Congress go to Euilleforcongress.com

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Editor's Note:

The names of School Board Chair Karen Graf, School Board Vice Chair Christopher Lewis and School Board Member Pat Hennig, which were included in the original release from the Euille for Congress campaign, have been removed at the request of the campaign.

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