Debra Rose – Algonkian Supervisor

Debra Rose
Algonkian Supervisor

Debra is a dedicated candidate for the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, with a strong platform on key issues that are crucial for the community's success. As an advocate for education, Debra prioritizes school safety and increased teacher pay. She understands that the safety of our students and educators is paramount and will work tirelessly to implement robust safety protocols so that parents can be confident of their children’s safety while at school. Debra also recognizes the importance of increased compensation for our teachers, who play a critical role in shaping the future of our children.

As a conscientious leader, Debra is committed to fiscal responsibility on the Board of Supervisors. Debra will work diligently to ensure that taxpayer dollars are used wisely and efficiently, advocating for accountability and transparency in all financial matters. She believes in responsible budgeting and sound financial management to ensure that the county's resources are utilized in the best interest of its residents.

Debra understands the significance of economic development that preserves the county's unique character and natural resources. She will focus on sustainable growth that protects the environment and maintains the county's distinctive features. Debra will work collaboratively with local businesses, organizations, and residents to create opportunities for economic prosperity while ensuring that the county's natural resources and character are preserved for future generations.

Debra believes in the power of community engagement and empowering residents to participate in shaping the future of the county. She will actively engage with residents, listen to their concerns, and seek their input on important issues. Debra will work to create inclusive and collaborative platforms for community engagement, ensuring that every voice is heard and considered in the decision-making Process. Debra recognizes that a strong and engaged community is key to the success of Loudoun County.

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