John Whitbeck kicked off this year’s 4th of July parades in Loudoun on Wednesday, marching in the Lovettsville parade that evening. Whitbeck was seen speaking with voters, handing out candy, and waving to the enthusiastic crowd.
The following morning, Whitbeck was joined by his wife and three daughters in the Leesburg Parade, leading nearly 40 Whitbeck for Chairman volunteers through historic downtown. As his daughters handed out candy, Whitbeck hugged and shook hands with his supporters in the crowd. The team was happy to celebrate our country’s independance with the town of Leesburg.
The day of parades was concluded in Purcellville where Whitbeck and his team of volunteers continued show off their spirit with a sea of Whitbeck for Chairman signs.
Whitbeck spent the rest of Loudoun’s celebration of our country’s independence with his family after enjoying the parade marches in his community.