Governor-elect Ralph Northam has tapped Loudoun Board chair Democrat Phyllis Randall to be a part of his 85 member transition team. From Loudoun Times-Mirror:
“The transition committee assists the governor in selecting his cabinet and his early crafting policy positions,” Randall told the Times-Mirror. “It is my intention to bring to the forefront issues that can positively impact Loudoun County, such as our need to have our judicial vacancy filled.”
Yes, it would be nice to fill judicial vacancies in Loudoun and across the country.
Northam’s transition team will meet with him over the next two months prior to his Inauguration on January 13th. Like all things democrat, it’s all about ‘diversity’.
“This bipartisan group of community leaders reflects the diversity that makes our commonwealth a wonderful and inclusive place to live,” Northam said in a prepared statement.
More details here.