Statement from Debbie Rose on the Loudoun GOP E-Mail

I was informed about a recent e-mail from the Loudoun County Republican Committee. I had no knowledge of this e-mail and neither did anyone else on my campaign. The images used were shameful, grotesque, and deplorable. This sets a horrible example for our children. I condemn this e-mail in the strongest possible terms. My campaign will continue to talk positively and constructively with the voters about budget transparency, parental involvement, and administrative reform in order to provide an excellent education to our children.

– Debbie Rose

Press Release: Debbie Rose Kicks Off School Board Campaign

For Immediate Release:
June 20, 2011

Contact:
Phil Tran
phil@debbierose.org

Potomac Falls, VA – Debbie Rose kicked off her Loudoun County School Board campaign on Friday. A crowd of over sixty people were present including elected officials, candidates for public office, friends, and neighbors. Rose, a mother of three children and an intellectual property attorney, is seeking to represent the newly created Algonkian District in the School Board.

Delegate Tag Greason, introducing Rose, said:

“Debbie Rose is one of the most hard-working, caring, and honest people I know. She will be an outstanding School Board member.”

Delegate Barbara Comstock issued the following statement in support of Rose:

“I am delighted to see my friend Debbie bring her diligence and passion for educational excellence to work for Loudoun schools. Her legislative background and experience, as well as her involvement in the schools with her own children, will be a tremendous asset for our schools, our parents, and our students.”

Rose emphasized the need to make the LCPS budget more transparent so that parents and taxpayers can see how their tax dollars are spent. She is also advocating more parental involvement and input in how their children are educated in LCPS.

Addressing the crowd, Rose stated, “You have my promise that I will listen to your concerns and work hard to refocus the Loudoun County School Board’s priorities toward providing our kids with an excellent education.”

The Algonkian District was created by the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors this year during the redistricting process. It comprises most of the old Potomac District and significant sections of the old Sugarland Run District. The election is on November 8, 2011. For more information, visit www.debbierose.org.

###

Press Release: Debbie Rose Announces School Board Candidacy

For Immediate Release:
May 24, 2011

Contact:
Phil Tran
phil@debbierose.org

Leesburg, VA – Debbie Rose announced her candidacy for the Loudoun County School Board representing the Algonkian District Monday night at the Loudoun County Republican Committee meeting. Mrs. Rose released the following statement to the media.

“I am running for School Board because I am a concerned parent and taxpayer. As a proud resident of Loudoun County, I am impressed by the education my children are receiving in our Loudoun County Public Schools. However, the economic well-being of this county is threatened by the size of the school budget. All too often I am frustrated at the amount of taxpayer money spent by the LCPS on line items that are unwanted, unnecessary, and not in furtherance of its mission to provide our students with a world class education. The School Board needs new members who are willing to refocus the LCPS administration on the mission of educating students and creating a responsible budget to accomplish that. If I am elected to the School Board, I will do that.”

The Algonkian District comprises northeast Loudoun County north of Route 7 and includes the Potomac Falls and Lansdowne communities. The election for the Loudoun County School Board will take place on November 8, 2011. For more information, please visit www.debbierose.org.

###