Nov. 17, 2018 — Antonio Olivo —

Fairfax County could be headed for a political transformation in 2019, with Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Sharon Bulova and one other longtime Democratic supervisor indicating that they might not seek reelection and one of the board’s two Republicans saying he will step down because of a growing blue wave.

A group of younger candidates is gathering in the wings, frustrated by crowded classrooms, traffic congestion and the rising cost of living in the county of 1.1 million — Virginia’s most populous jurisdiction and its undisputed economic engine.

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