Ken Plum Begins Re-Election Bid Tuesday

Del. Ken Plum/File photoDel. Ken Plum (D-Reston), the longest-serving member of the Virginia House of Delegates, will kick off his bid for re-election Tuesday in Reston.

The campaign kickoff is from 6 to 8 p.m. at Reston Station Plaza.

Plum has represented Reston in Richmond continuously since 1982 (and also served a term from 1978 to 1980).

Plum ran unopposed in the 2013 election. In 2011 and 2009, he beat Republican challenger Hugh “Mac” Cannon. Plum won with more than 60 percent of the votes.

So far, Plum is again running unopposed in 2015.

To RSVP (tickets start at $50) or make a donation, visit Plum’s fundraising site.

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