The incumbent Democratic Dranesville Supervisor spent nearly $300,000 to win reelection in November. His Republican opponent spent nearly $40,000. according to reports compiled by the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access Project.
Supervisor John Foust won all 30 precincts in the Dranesville district and 60 percent of the vote on Nov. 8. His Republican challenger, Dennis Husch, a former Herndon town council member, didn't even carry his own precinct.
Largest contributor to Foust: $10,000 from Firefighters Local 2068 in Fairfax County.
Largest contributor to Husch: $2500 from John J. Kenny, a Reston resident who works for Northrup Grumman.
All 10 supervisors were up for reelection in November. Spending by the two Dranesville candidates were similar to spending in other supervisor contests between incumbents and challengers.
In the race for Chairman of the Board of Supervisors incumbent Democrat Sharon Bulova spent nearly $850,000 to win nearly 60 percent of the vote against three challengers
Springfield District Supervisor Pat Herrity spent nearly $125,000 in a race in which he was unopposed.
Hunter Mill Supervisor Catherine Hudgins, who was also unopposed for reelection spent nearly $38,000.
Correction: In earlier editions we incorrectly named the Springfield Supervisor. We have now corrected the name. We apologize to our readers.