Democrat David Reid, a Navy veteran and business owner, is running against Republican Delegate Tag Greason in the 32nd House District. The district includes Ashburn, Lansdowne, Broadlands and other parts of eastern Loudoun County. From the LoudounTimes:
“I’ve spent a great deal of time over the past year talking with people in the community about their concerns and frustrations with the ‘business as usual’ politics in Richmond.” Reid, who has lived in Loudoun since 2000, said in a prepared statement. “The people of Loudoun County are very ‘results oriented’ and my experience in the Navy, in the community, and in business will provide them with innovative, bipartisan solutions to address the issues of transportation, education, college affordability, and public safety.”
For 23 years Reid was an intelligence officer in the Naval Reserves followed by starting his own consulting business and working for numerous other businesses. He is a certified soccer referee and still referees at Ashburn high schools. His family been in Virginia since 1790. More on Reid and his family here.
Tag Greason was first elected to the House of Delegates in 2009 when he beat Democrat incumbent David Poisson by 15%. In 2011 Greason ran unopposed. The last two election cycles, 2013 and 2015, he has run against Democrat Elizabeth Miller and won both times. More details on Greason’s elections here.
Hillary won the 32nd District by 19%.