Sam R. Kroiz

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election
Status Challenger


An eighth-generation farmer in Loudoun County, Kroiz studied environmental science at the University of Virginia. After graduation, he would return to run his land and run the George’s Mill Farm [1, 2, 3, 4].

In 2019, Kroiz ran for Catoctin District Supervisor, placing 3rd and receiving 17.4% of the vote as an independent candidate. He was a critic of a large-scale AT&T project at Short Hill, leading to it being eventually rejected [2, 3, 4].

Key Issues


Kroiz advocates for policies that protect rural areas from encroaching development [2, 3].


Kroiz supports a system that regulates and limits the rising tide of expensive residential and commercial developments; he believes they increase traffic and create issues for the wider Loudoun community [2, 3].


No endorsements could be found.


1 Official Website
2 LoudounNow
3 Blue Ridge Leader
4 Loudoun Times
5 Loudoun Chamber