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Dennis Husch For Drainesville!

By Greg L | 10 November 2010 | Fairfax County | 4 Comments

Former Herndon Town Councilman and Vice-Mayor Dennis Husch is first out of the gate announcing that he will run for the Fairfax Board of County Supervisors for the Drainesville District.  Before almost anyone knew what it was, Husch was an early advocate of the Section 287(g) Program that allows trained local authorities to assist ICE in deporting criminal illegal aliens, and he was a strong voice demanding the closure of the illegal alien day laborer center in Herndon.  I can’t imagine a finer person to help Fairfax County, and there are vanishingly few who match his extensive record of public service.  I wish him well and hope all of you lend him all the support you can.

On this Veterans’ Day, Gerrie Smith, Dranesville Republican Committee Chair proudly and enthusiastically announces today that Dennis Husch will seek the Dranesville District seat on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors in November 2011.

“Dennis is a 27 year resident of the Dranesville District and served 16 years on the Herndon Town Council including two years as Vice Mayor. His extensive experience with municipal budgets, comprehensive land-use planning, public policy, constituent services and the governance process will provide the citizens of the District with excellent representation,” said Chairman Smith.

“I am humbled by the confidence the Dranesville Republican Committee has demonstrated by asking me to be their candidate and it is with that same humility that I face the voters once again to ask for their continued trust and support as they have done throughout my 16 years of service on the Herndon Town Council,” said Dennis.

Mr. Husch, a Vietnam veteran, has an extensive record of public service including on the Commonwealth Joint Commission on Science and Technology, the Metro Rail Phase II Tax District Commission, the State Corporation Commission – Underground Utility Damage Prevention Committee, the Fairfax County Economic Advisory Commission, and the Virginia Municipal League’s General Laws Committee and General Laws Steering Committee. Dennis has also been an active community volunteer and has served as President of the Herndon Optimist Club, as a Herndon Community Television board member, and as a Boy Scout trained leader.

“My campaign will focus on a civil discussion of issues and ideas to improve our shared quality of life in Fairfax County and my work as the next Dranesville Supervisor will be focused on constituent services, lowering taxes, limiting government intrusion and improving government accountability,” said Dennis.

“In the wake of the election results posted last week across this great nation, it is clear the voters have expressed a deep dissatisfaction with the status quo. It is the responsibility of candidates such as myself to heed the messages of the people and remember that it is they who put us in office and they can just as quickly can remove us from office. My sleeves are rolled up and I am ready to go to work for the citizens of Fairfax County, with your help and support,” said Dennis.

Dennis is a graduate of Strayer University with a degree in business, recipient of a National Security Agency Career Field Certification, an Advanced Program Management Certification and the Virginia Municipal League’s Virginia Mayors Certification in 2006 and 2007. Dennis will graduate from the University of Virginia’s Sorensen Institute Political Leaders Program in December 2010.

Dennis, and his wife of 40 years Nancy, have lived in the Town of Herndon for 27 years. They have a son Jason and a granddaughter. Dennis is a charter member of American Legion Post 187. He works for System Planning Corporation in Arlington, Virginia as a Senior Member of the Technical Staff.

For additional information see www.dhusch.com

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  1. Bob Bruhns said on 11 Nov 2010 at 11:52 pm:
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    YAY!!! The days of Fairfax County as a ridiculous, corrupt, overspending sanctuary county need to end. I hope Dennis wins, and wins big!

  2. Groveton said on 12 Nov 2010 at 9:14 am:
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    I live in Drainesville. I look forward to meeting Mr. Husch and hearing more about his plans for the future.

    John Foust seems like a nice guy but he’s been all but invisible for the last 3 years. I would suggest that Mr. Husch immediately open communications with Drainesville’s residents. This can be via in-person meetings, speeches, blogs, a good web site, e-mail, etc.

    Mr. Husch won’t beat Supervisor Foust because the constituents hate Foust. They don’t. However, Husch can beat Foust by capitalizing on Foust’s “radio silent” approach to constituent relations.

  3. Tillie said on 15 Nov 2010 at 3:03 pm:
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    Mr. Husch barely squeeked in (least number of votes) on the Herndon Town Council the last time he ran for the office. - With his bristly personality the comminications with Danesville residents might not be as successful as Mr. Bruhns expects.

  4. Bob Bruhns said on 15 Nov 2010 at 9:50 pm:
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    Mr. Husch and other former Vice-Mayors of Herndon were re-elected when they ran for office. Offhand, I can only think of one former Vice-Mayor who became so unpopular as to be voted out of office, and that one happened to be one of Husch’s foes.

    Outspoken conservative leaders are being elected in place after place. Now the time has come for people to wake up in Fairfax County as well. I’m hoping that Dennis wins big.

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