Husband, Father, small businessman and well-known community activist to take back this critical seat in Loudoun and Prince William County
March 30, 2017 – South Riding, VA – Well-known community activist and small business owner Subba Kolla is pleased to announce he is officially the GOP nominee for the 87th House District as of the March 30, 2017 5:00pm deadline. Kolla cleared the field and was the only candidate to meet the statutory requirements.
“As an immigrant who came to this country in 1997 with hopes and dreams of a better life for me and my family,” Subba Kolla stated, “I am very grateful for this huge honor bestowed upon me.”
Kolla continued, “As the Republican nominee for 87th District, I will work every day to communicate why we need new representation in Richmond. My priorities: Lower taxes and fewer regulations for Virginia’s working families and small business, better transportation solutions for our growing region that will increase our quality of life – maintaining and continually improving our educational system – with a focus on our teachers and students.”
Subba Kolla if elected, would become the first native of India to serve in the Virginia General Assembly. As the son of a small cotton farmer, Subba Kolla came to the United States after receiving his Masters in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology and teaching the same on the collegiate level for six years. He and his family immigrated to the United States in 1997 in order to give their two new born daughters the best education and opportunity. Kolla became an American citizen in 2008 and owns a successful real estate small business in South Riding.
With tomorrow’s First Quarter fundraising deadline in sight, the Kolla campaign is aggressively transitioning to the General Election phase of the campaign in a very strong position. Kolla is honored to have the endorsements of Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, Virginia GOP Chairman John Whitbeck, Loudoun County Supervisors Matt Letourneau and Tony Buffington and many more local officials and grassroots supporters.
To learn more about Subba Kolla and his campaign for the House of Delegates, visit www.SubbaKolla.com.
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