Phyllis Randall

Phyllis Joycelyn Randall is an American politician and mental-health therapist. A Democrat, she is chair of the Board of Supervisors for Loudoun County, Virginia and the first African-American woman to chair a county board in Virginia. She was also the defendant in a notable 2019 lawsuit, Davison v. Randall, in which the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled that the First Amendment precludes government officials from blocking constituents on official government social media accounts.


Phyllis Joycelyn Randall is an American politician and mental-health therapist. A Democrat, she is chair of the Board of Supervisors for Loudoun County, Virginia and the first African-American woman to chair a county board in Virginia. She was also the defendant in a notable 2019 lawsuit, Davison v. Randall, in which the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled that the First Amendment precludes government officials from blocking constituents on official government social media accounts.
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