Democratic Candidate for State House of Delegates, District 17
Before deciding to run for office, Djuna Osborne co-organized the Women’s March on Roanoke, an event that inspired over 4,000 people to gather to take a stand for their values. That event inspired her to run for the House of Delegates in the 17th district, a seat that went uncontested in 2015. With over a decade of experience as a clinical social worker treating patients with mental health and substance abuse issues, Djuna has seen first-hand the importance of quality, affordable health care, and programs that fund mental health services. Djuna is also the parent to two young daughters, and is a strong supporter of investing in the public education system to adequately prepare Virginia’s children to succeed in an increasingly competitive and technological job market. As well as managing a career and honoring her commitments to both her family and her community, Djuna is a regular volunteer at the Bradley Free Clinic, is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Roanoke Valley and an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Roanoke.
Djuna Osborne’s (Candidate HoD 17) Canvassing Events
Every Saturday, starting at 11:00am, 6500 Grand Retreat Drive.
Drive to the back of the property to the Grand Retreat Clubhouse.
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Click on the links below to learn more about the candidates in our upcoming election on Tuesday November 7! They can use your support making calls, knocking on doors and individual donations.
Democratic Candidates in Roanoke City:
Djuna Osborne for House of Delegates District 17
Sam Rasoul for House of Delegates District 11
Tim Allen for Roanoke City Sheriff
Evelyn Powers for Roanoke City Treasurer
Melvin Hill for Roanoke City Commonwealth’s Attorney