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Deep Sran, Ashburn resident and founder of the Loudoun School for the Gifted,  made education a key issue for his campaign.

Dear Friends,

When I entered the Virginia 10th Congressional District primary race last summer, I did so with hope and optimism for the future. After consulting with my family and friends, I have decided to end my campaign for the Democratic nomination. And while it is difficult to write these words, I do so with that same hope and optimism.

I want to thank my wife, daughters, friends, staff, and community for all of their sacrifice and work. Together, we ran a campaign that was about listening to the people of the 10th District. I was able to talk about vision and long-term solutions in a time of anxiety and division. And I had a chance to share how important a positive, shared vision is to the future of this country.

I will continue to work for true education reform through innovation and greater equity, to prepare the next generation of leaders and to build a better world. I will also continue to work for more representative government, so minority and marginalized communities are engaged and heard. I will build on the work we’ve done to show that politics must be about finding common ground to implement policies that leave our children and grandchildren a better world.

While this campaign comes to a close, I leave with justified optimism about the future of our country and hope that the grassroots activism and progressive leadership I’ve seen over the past year will lead us to a brighter future.

There is no us and them, there is only us. Let’s do great things.



Further Reading

Loudoun Educator Deep Sran Joins Field of Comstock Challengers (June 26, 2017, Loudoun Now)