Attorney and Leesburg resident, Will Estrada announced today at the Loudoun Republican convention that he will see the nomination to be the Republican candidate for the Leesburg District of Loudoun county. Estrada has worked for the Home School Legal Defense Association since 2004. It is expected that the Loudoun County Republican Committee will nominate Estrada at their meeting on May 11th.[read_more]
Estrada is a second generation Puerto Rican who is concerned about how much we are taxed, particularly in Leesburg where city residents are taxed twice, once by the county and again by the town of Leesburg.
In November Estrada will face Democrat and Leesburg Mayor Kristen C. Umstattd. Current Leesburg supervisor Ken Reid said although Umstattd has been a good Mayor on the Board of Supervisors she will vote like a Democrat so we must elect Will Estrada to keep our taxes low and to fulfill the priorities of a Republican board of supervisor.
Will Estrada’s press release:
Will Estrada Announces Candidacy for Loudoun County Board of Supervisors from Leesburg District
For contact: Will Estrada, 571-246-6792, email@example.com
Will Estrada for Leesburg Supervisor, P.O. Box 6094, Leesburg, VA 20178
For Immediate Release
Today, Leesburg resident Will Estrada announced his intention to run as a Republican for the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors from the Leesburg district.
“I am running to ensure that our schools remain world-class. Our son will be school age in two years. This is personal for me. And at the same time, we need a supervisor who will fight to lower taxes, and who will fight to ensure that Leesburg gets its fair share of transportation funding,” said Estrada. “I am excited to be running to serve the citizens of Leesburg. My wife and I are raising our family here. My grandfather was born in Puerto Rico. He moved to New York City in the early 1950s where my dad was born. I’ve been blessed to live the American dream.”
Will Estrada has been a resident of Loudoun County since January 2004. He and his wife Rachel lived in Leesburg for a year after they married in 2006, and then made Leesburg their permanent home in April 2008.
Will Estrada is an attorney and the director of the federal relations department at the Home School Legal Defense Association, an international nonprofit located in Purcellville. He is a member of the U.S. Supreme Court bar and the California bar.
Will Estrada is passionate about helping the people around him. He serves on the board of Life Raft International, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping refugees in Thailand, and also serves on the board of Good Samaritan Advocates, a nonprofit pro bono legal services organization in the greater Washington, D.C. area. In addition, he is the co-director of Good Samaritan Advocate’s Loudoun pro bono legal clinic, which is based at Reston Bible Church in Ashburn, VA. He helped found GSA’s Loudoun clinic, and is passionate about ensuring that our low income neighbors have access to justice.
Will Estrada has been a member of the Loudoun County Republican Committee since he moved to Loudoun County. He served as the Blue Ridge District Chairman in 2005, and since 2014, has served as the Second Vice Chairman.
Will and Rachel have a young son, Dominic. Rachel is a professional pastel artist and a member of the Loudoun Sketch Club. They attend Cornerstone Chapel in Leesburg.