Chronis, an executive with the IBM computer company, has received substantial support from Republican leaders eager to win the seat.Read More
I have been a resident of Great Falls since I moved to Virginia in 1974. When I bought my house the house payments were about $450 a month, which include taxes and loan insurance on my VA loan.
I have to assume that voters who sing the praises of Supervisor John Foust live in a different universe from mine. They point, without citing specifics, to his “impressive accomplishments,” that he “listens to his constituents,” his “leadership on education.”Read More
Chronis, a former Army lieutenant colonel, had never been active in politics. Yet by mid-September, she had raised $243,181.40. That’s not nearly a record in the wealthy county, where board races’ budgets can rival those for Congress, but at one point she outpaced Foust by two to one.Read More
Chronis, a Great Falls resident and U.S. Army veteran who until recently was an executive with IBM, touted leadership lessons she learned in the military.
“I am an experienced leader who will act and get things done,” she said. “I don’t believe my opponent is that leader.”Read More
Chronis has an outstanding record, has achieved outstanding things and would bring strong leadership and stature to the Board of Supervisors. After indifferent leadership during Foust’s years as our supervisor, our area needs crisp, leadership, which Chronis will bring in abundance.Read More
Jennifer Chronis knows how to pack a house.
Chronis, a Republican who is challenging incumbent Dranesville Supervisor John W. Foust in this November’s general election, filled The Great Falls Grange with supporters last Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015, at a debate sponsored by Great Falls Citizens Assocation.Read More
While some saw gender bias at play during the Fairfax County Board of Supervisor debates between Jennifer Chronis and John Foust, I saw a tough woman willing to accept the difficult challenges facing Fairfax County governance.Read More
McLean -- Jennifer Chronis, Republican candidate for the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors in the Dranesville District, has announced her most recent fundraising report. In July and August, Chronis reported raising over $99,000 in contributions from supporters across Fairfax County, compared to her opponent's $62,000.Read More
With less than three months before the November elections for Fairfax County supervisors, two-term incumbent John Foust is facing a tough challenge in his Dranesville District, new campaign disclosure reports show.Read More
McLean, VA -- (July 16, 2015) In the most recent campaign finance filing, Jennifer Chronis, Republican Candidate for Dranesville District Supervisor, outraised her opponent again. This strong performance conclusively demonstrates that voters in the Dranesville District are ready for new leadership. Also in this fundraising period, Chronis raised more than any challenger candidate from any party for any office in Fairfax County.Read More
Dranesville has a dynamic Republican candidate running against incumbent Democrat John Foust... Jennifer Chronis is as impressive in person as she is on paper. She is a retired Army lieutenant colonel. She is a native-born Virginian, educated in Fairfax County and an ROTC-scholarship graduate of the University of Virginia. She is also a vice president at IBM.Read More
When it comes to handicapping challenger races, fundraising numbers are critically important. Not only do they give you an idea of whether a candidate is credible, they also give you an idea about how well their campaign is going and how much traction they are gaining.
If fundraising is any indication, John Foust (D-Dranesville) is in trouble.Read More