Max Fisher: Commonsense Outsider for House of Delegates

Longtime Herndon resident Max Fisher is running for Virginia’s House of Delegates in District 8. In addition to Herndon, the district includes Floris, Oak Hill, and other parts of Fairfax County. A private-sector union member, Fisher has worked in the aviation industry for almost 20 years. When he’s not busy at work or volunteering, Fisher enjoys the great outdoors — especially our county’s many parks and trails.

As an adoptee, Fisher will be a voice for children and families in the Virginia House. “With adoption, make sure we provide all the assistance we can to help them,” he says. At, the candidate outlines several of his priorities if elected to serve in Richmond:

  • DEFEND PARENTS’ RIGHTS: “We must consider passing a Parents’ Bill of Rights to ensure that school boards do not hide life-changing information regarding your children.”
  • SUPPORT OUR VETERANS: “We need to take steps such as reducing taxation on retirement pay, improving education initiatives, reducing business administration and license fees, and improving health care for veterans and their families.”
  • SECURE OUR ELECTIONS: “We need to protect voters’ rights. I support efforts to make voting more accessible and more secure to protect the integrity of elections.”

“It is easy to get drawn into the drama of the national media, but it is important to realize we can’t hide the problems we face in our homes daily. It is all about shared values that bring people together,” Fisher says. “This is our time as Virginians to stand up for the values that we hold dear.”

To learn more, donate, or volunteer, visit today. In addition, you can follow the candidate on Facebook or Instagram.

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