Imagine yourself in this position. On a bike ride you are passed by the President’s motorcade, because it’s Trump you flip him the middle finger. Following that you become quite the cause célèbre. Many people, including your employers, are outraged at the disrespect you’ve shown. As a result, you lose your job. Then, of course, you must sue your employer. What’s a woman to do with no job, and only the love and support of the far left? Run for office!
That’s exactly what Juli Briskman has decided to do. She’s running for a seat on the Board of Supervisors in Loudoun County next year representing the Algonkian district of Sterling. Need I mention she’s a Democrat? She is running against Suzanne Volpe who has been on the board since 2012 and is very well liked in her district. She works hard for her constituents. When asked about this challenge Volpe said, in the Washington Post,
“Right now, I’m focused on doing the job that my constituents elected me to do: improving our transportation, making our community safer, creating jobs, being fiscally responsible,” she said. “Needless to say, I’ll focus on the race at the appropriate time.”
Briskman is a divorced mother of two who has lived in Loudoun for 20 years. She has been active in Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. She has degrees from Ohio State and Johns Hopkins and a “social media certificate” (whatever that is) from Georgetown University. Currently she helps to organize protests whenever Trump comes to play golf at his golf club in Sterling.
Read more about Ms. Briskman here. Supervisor Volpe has nothing to worry about.